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Goodbye Parties? Sad Truth on Hangovers and Getting Older

Yes, that pain intensifies with age. And your liver's just one of the culprits. Ohhh, bad headache? Did you have too much fun last night? Too much...

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Published: 2017-10-11 06:21 0

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Can We Truly Live Very Long And Prosper?

The longest human lifespan ever recorded was of Jeanne Calment from Arles, France. She has lived for 122 years and 164 days before bidding her last go...

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Published: 2017-10-11 05:21 0

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"Personal Space Robot": Social Anxious People's Dream Come True?

ONE! PERSONAL SPACE! TWO! PERSONAL SPACE! THREE! YOU GET THAT RIGHT, PERSONAL SPACE! Has it ever occurred to you during a party how perfect the eve...

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Published: 2017-10-11 02:21 0

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One of the Great Lakes is Now Covered with Green Algae and It's Not Looking Good

Literally and figuratively... Lake Erie is the fourth largest lake (by surface area) of the five Great Lakes in North America. It is surrounded by...

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Published: 2017-10-11 01:21 0

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Grass-Fed Cows Won't Help You Minimize Your Carbon Footprint

Eating grass-fed beef isn't the best way to reduce your carbon footprint, researchers have found. Reducing global livestock consumption is likely to b...

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Published: 2017-10-10 18:21 0

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Who Gave Humanity the Genital Herpes Virus?

Scientists have discovered the ancient hominin species that gave Homo erectus the genital herpes virus.   A cast of a P. boisei skull, used...

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Published: 2017-10-10 16:21 0

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Nineteen New Species of Gecko Found in Just One Small Area

What do you call a gecko with great patterns? A rad-tile. Asked to explore an area in Myanmar by the charity Fauna & Flora International, Lee G...

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Published: 2017-10-10 13:21 0

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Oh Dear! Your Honey May Have Been Contaminated by Pesticides!

Thanks to some good traveller friends, researchers were able to accumulate and sample 198 different honeys from every continent except Antarctica fo...

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Published: 2017-10-10 10:21 0

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Rats and the City: The Urbanization of Mice's Genes and Appetite

Ratatouille gone wrong. A world full of this “Pizza Rat” in the video below? No. Way. Not my pizza! But unfortunately, this is a pos...

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Published: 2017-10-10 07:21 0

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"Self-Aware" Japanese Snake Eats Poisonous Prey for Defense

Hmm, tassssssty toxinssssss. When thinking about snakes, one might first imagine its life-threatening and pain-inducing bites. Known to be extremely...

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Published: 2017-10-10 06:21 0

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Hormones are to Blame for Aggressive Dogs, Scientists Say

Higher levels of a hormone called vasopressin may be what makes aggressive dogs.   How do you keep your dog from becoming too aggressive towa...

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Published: 2017-10-10 03:21 0

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Revillagigedo Islands: Building the Largest Marine Reserve in North America

Mexico is building the largest marine reserve in North America in the area around the Revillagigedo Islands.   The island of San Benedicto in...

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Published: 2017-10-10 01:21 0

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Who Betrayed Anne Frank? Artificial Intelligence May Have the Answers

Investigators are using artificial intelligence to solve the decades-old mystery of who betrayed Anne Frank and her family.   Photo via Rex...

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Published: 2017-10-09 22:21 0

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Scientists Discover That the Incest Taboo Has Been Around for a Long Time

New findings show that as far back as 34,000 years ago, there was already an incest taboo among early humans. Research suggests that these humans deli...

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Published: 2017-10-09 19:21 0

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How to Deal With Mold After Flooding

The effects of natural disasters can stay with us for a long time. However, not all these effects need to stick around. Here's what to to do to deal w...

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Published: 2017-10-04 01:57 0

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