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2014/09/22 19:39
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... Ways Video Games Make You Smarter And Healthier Video games are a huge industry and a big part of our society � take a look at Microsoft's recent purchase of a game studio for $2.5 billion � but...
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2014/09/22 14:18
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A trove of gold coins, bracelets, buckles and broaches are among the precious treasures retrieved from a 157-year-old shipwreck off the coast of South Carolina. The "Ship of Gold," known in its...
2014/09/18 19:46
2014/09/18 19:46
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Oh, siblings. You’ve got to love them. But why? “The connection is hard to describe in a single word,” Hall wrote. “It's the comfort felt when you sit in the same room with your brother and sister,...
2014/09/18 15:18
2014/09/18 15:18
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The negative effects of artificial sweeteners on metabolism seen in the study may have to do with how the sweeteners interact with the bacteria living the gut, the researchers said. The results don't...
2014/09/18 15:18
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Marine archaeologists and researchers with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have set out to document those lost vessels. Over the course of a five-day survey that just ended...
2014/09/17 16:45
2014/09/17 16:45
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So much for religious people being more righteous than non-believers. Sure-to-be-controversial new research shows that religious and non-religious people are equally likely to misbehave. The only...
2014/09/17 15:17
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... Think the US is the happiest country in the world? Think again: It doesn't even make it into the top 10, according to the latest Gallup-Healthways Global Well-Being Index, which looks at financial...
2014/09/17 10:28
2014/09/17 10:28
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Health workers remove the body of a 29-year-old man whom local residents said died of Ebola virus in Monrovia.REUTERS/James The risk of the deadly Ebola virus becoming airborne while "physically...
2014/09/16 23:18
2014/09/16 23:18
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Archaeologists on the Danish island of Zealand recently discovered a Viking fortress that likely dates back to the 10th century A.D. It's the first time in 60 years that such a fortress has been...
2014/09/16 21:17
2014/09/16 21:17
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... What's longer than a football field and probably older than much of Stonehenge as well as the Egyptian pyramids? According to scientists, an ancient stone monument recently identified in Israel,...
2014/09/14 10:29
2014/09/14 10:29
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Israel is known to have been on the route of ancient spice trade, but archaeologists now think that at least one of the spices – cinnamon – was made in Israel at the time. Bark from Cinnamomum verum,...
2014/09/13 19:16
2014/09/13 19:16
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... "Fat shaming," or targeting people over their weight, isn't going to make them thinner, a study finds. In fact, it may have the opposite effect, driving them to gain weight, LiveScience reports....
2014/09/12 18:27
2014/09/12 18:27
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March 16, 2011: Hungarian scientist Tamas Freund holds a human brain at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest. (Reuters/Laszlo Balogh) Doctors in China...
2014/09/11 20:18
2014/09/11 20:18
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Now, researchers have discovered something even more astonishing about this ancient beast. Spinosaurus was the only known dinosaur adapted to living almost entirely in the water. Around 97 million...
2014/09/11 19:16
2014/09/11 19:16
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... Congratulations, Mick Jagger: You and your kisser can now claim as your namesake a long-extinct swamp-dwelling creature LiveScience describes as something between "a small hippo and a long-legged...
2014/09/10 18:16
2014/09/10 18:16
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... European Jews are all related, scientists say, and a new study reported by LiveScience gives a sense of just how closely. "Everyone is a 30th cousin"—or more closely related—in the Ashkenazi Jewish...
2014/09/09 23:18
2014/09/09 23:18
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In 1958, archaeologists were digging through the ruins of a burned Iron Age citadel called Hasanlu in northwestern Iran when they pulled a spectacular, albeit crushed, golden bowl from the layers of...
2014/09/09 07:28
2014/09/09 07:28
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A couple in Florida, who went on a regular fishing date, caught a monster shrimp. While on a fishing trip off a dock in Fort Pierce, Florida, fisherman Steve Bargeron spotted a couple with a strange...
2014/09/09 02:59
2014/09/09 02:59
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A potential Higgs Boson particle discovered last year could spell doom for our universe, researchers claim. A potential Higgs Boson particle discovered last year could spell doom for our universe,...
2014/09/08 22:18
2014/09/08 22:18
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Keeping your distance from sick co-workers may not be enough to avoid contact with their germs: A new study shows that some viruses quickly spread through offices and other buildings, contaminating...
2014/09/22 19:39
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