Greg Redfern, WTOP space contributor
We've known for years that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol is good for the heart. But now, it looks like it could help our bodies take to vaccines and boost immune systems.
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Virginia, Maryland and NJ to collaborate in site testing for drones; among 5 states in US
Small earthquakes shakes southern Nevada; no damage reported
Construction on new Liberty science building underway, grand opening set for 2015
Space station astronauts make rare Christmas Eve spacewalk, complete repairs to cooling system
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Obama pumps over $1B into using carbon to extract oil for uncertain environmental benefits
Correction: Japan-Robot story
Bail revoked for former Mass. lab chemist charged with stealing drugs after failing drug test
Nelson Mandela, Margaret Thatcher among the many notables who died in 2013
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Scientist at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton honored by President Obama
NASA: Christmas Eve spacewalk should wrap up station repair, no conflict with Santa's flight
Bill Traver has sold wood stoves to customers in Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia from his small shop in Hedgesville, W. Va., for nearly three decades, but over the past few years, he's seen an increase in sales.
Holiday lights: NASA shows off sparkling new pictures of Saturn and its moons
Apollo 8 astronaut Lovell re-enacts part of 1968 Christmas Eve broadcast to Earth
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