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A study of ancient Japanese bones might challenge our ideas about human nature

A study of ancient Japanese bones might challenge our ideas about human nature

By Sarah Kaplan A handout photo provided by Nature on January 19, 2016, shows the skull of a skeleton unearthed at Nataruk, the site of t...

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Surrealistic Drone Images of Istanbul Will Make You Feel Dizzy

Surrealistic Drone Images of Istanbul Will Make You Feel Dizzy

Eva Clifford/Mar 31, 2016 Cross road “We live in places which most of the time do not draw our attention. I want to create another dimensi...

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Amazon Widens Its Push-Button E-Commerce Horizons

Amazon Widens Its Push-Button E-Commerce Horizons

By Nick Wingfield SEATTLE — Aaron Horn, an information technology director for the Iowa Interstate Railroad, recently decided to take conveni...

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Can You Smell Your Way to a Better Brain? Science Says Yes.

Can You Smell Your Way to a Better Brain? Science Says Yes.

Having trouble focusing? Remembering things? Here are some easy tips to improve your brain power. BY ARIANA AYU A wildly underrated&nb...

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Success Comes From Solving Real Problems, Not Chasing Unicorn Fantasies

Success Comes From Solving Real Problems, Not Chasing Unicorn Fantasies

Join us live at Entrepreneur's Accelerate Your Business event series in Chicago or Denver. Secure your spot » Entrepreneurship has always...

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Would You Like To Experience My Aromatherapy Necklace?

Would You Like To Experience My Aromatherapy Necklace?

Is there any feeling quite so confidence-boosting as knowing you smell good? You breeze past a stranger, or a friend leans in to divulge a secret...

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How Confiding in Our Phones Will Change the Medical Field

How Confiding in Our Phones Will Change the Medical Field

Core77's editors spend time combing through the news so you don't have to. Here's a weekly roundup of our favorite stories from the World ...

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Albert Hofmann; What is Bicycle Day?

Albert Hofmann; What is Bicycle Day?

Albert Hofmann (January 11, 1906 – April 29, 2008) was a Swiss scientist best known for having been the first to synthesize, ingest and lea...

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These Breathtaking Images Reveal That by Destroying Nature, We are Destroying Life Itself

These Breathtaking Images Reveal That by Destroying Nature, We are Destroying Life Itself

Creative visual campaigns can go a long way in helping to raise awareness of pressing social and environmental issues. WildAid’s ...

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10 Wildly Successful People on How They View Failure

10 Wildly Successful People on How They View Failure

By:Jared Lindzon ‘It’s fine to celebrate success, but it’s more important to heed the lessons of failure.’ Whether you&r...

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Acupuncture Helps Depression And Anxiety, Study Finds

Acupuncture Helps Depression And Anxiety, Study Finds

BY REBECCA BERIS You may have gone through a period of anxiety and depression in your life or witnessed someone close to you suffer from one o...

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Andy Warhol's Classic Patek Phillippe Watch Is Up for Grabs

Andy Warhol's Classic Patek Phillippe Watch Is Up for Grabs

Thomas Freeman/Mar 26, 2016 The king of pop art, Andy Warhol, ran with some rather eccentric characters. Standing out amongst the avant-garde ...

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Gambling Addicts' Brains Don't Have The Same Opioid Systems As Others

Gambling Addicts' Brains Don't Have The Same Opioid Systems As Others

Oct 18, 2014 06:00 PM By Shweta Iyer New research has found that gambling addiction may be linked to an altered opioid system in the brai...

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Viva vagus: Wandering nerve could lead to range of therapies

Viva vagus: Wandering nerve could lead to range of therapies

BY  SARAH SCHWARTZ  2:00PM, NOVEMBER 13, 2015 With outposts in nearly every organ and a direct line into the brain stem, the vagus ...

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 The Secrets To Handling Passive-Aggressive People

The Secrets To Handling Passive-Aggressive People

Dealing with people who exhibit passive-aggressive behavior is easily one of the most challenging aspects of our social lives. Here’s what you n...

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 The 18 Weirdest Things in My Liquor Cabinet, Ranked By Weirdness

The 18 Weirdest Things in My Liquor Cabinet, Ranked By Weirdness

I’m a man of simple tastes. A nice cold pale ale is my drink of choice, and when I order a cocktail, it’s usually rye with a couple extra ...

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The Grotesque 100-Year Old Wax Figures on Display in Brooklyn

The Grotesque 100-Year Old Wax Figures on Display in Brooklyn

Michelle Enemark/Mar 25, 2016 Eyelash detail on a beautiful wax "Anatomical Venus". (All Photos: Michelle Enemark) The Morbid Anatomy ...

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This $459 Champagne Gun Takes VIP Parties to a Whole New Level of Decadence

This $459 Champagne Gun Takes VIP Parties to a Whole New Level of Decadence

By Sumitra on March 25th, 2016 Category: Pics Partying in Miami is all set to reach a whole new level thanks to the Champagne Gun, a French in...

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 TRUE: Pineberries: White Strawberries That Taste (Somewhat) Like Pineapples

TRUE: Pineberries: White Strawberries That Taste (Somewhat) Like Pineapples

ORIGIN:Stories about "pineberries" seem to circulate periodically every year, along with a photo of white strawberries with red seeds and cl...

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14 insanely cheap destinations for spring 2016

14 insanely cheap destinations for spring 2016

We've been watching trends and keeping tabs on deals and prices for months. Now we're ready to share this list of the season's affordable ...

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Science vs. Religion? It's All in the Brain, Study Says

Science vs. Religion? It's All in the Brain, Study Says

Discussing the issue of science versus religion may be considered a no-no on the dinner table, but a recent study reaffirmed the notion that opposing ...

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9 Epic Canadian Adventures To Have In Your Lifetime

9 Epic Canadian Adventures To Have In Your Lifetime

Travelzoo Canada/Mar 24, 2016 1. Northern Lights in Yellowknife, NT      Yellowknife Northern Lights. Flickr Photo by G...

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The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible Is Your 640-Horse Sky Chariot

The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible Is Your 640-Horse Sky Chariot

The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is already a pretty wild muscle car, with a supercharged 6.2-liter 640 horsepower V8 that must sound like Sata...

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ALIEN LIFE & EXOPLANETS Simple Synthetic Cell Could Aid Hunt for Alien Life

ALIEN LIFE & EXOPLANETS Simple Synthetic Cell Could Aid Hunt for Alien Life

MAR 25, 2016 07:00 AM ET // BY IRENE KLOTZ This artistic rendering shows an early Earth, including some of the components for what m...

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Did You Know… Studies Show Negative Side Effects of Propecia?

Did You Know… Studies Show Negative Side Effects of Propecia?

Recent studies are showing that attempts to stop and reverse hair loss might backfire on the men who try them. The one hair restoration method that is...

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The Science Of Hangovers: Causes, Cures, And Prevention

The Science Of Hangovers: Causes, Cures, And Prevention

  This is one of the first rivalry weekends of the college football season, and I'll be spending it in New Haven, Connecticut, for what is...

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The Body That Heals Itself

The Body That Heals Itself

In 2011, after sitting out much of the season due to chronic pain in his right knee, Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant – who already...

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What Are the Benefits of Yoga? Yogis Are Less Stressed, Probably Better Than You

What Are the Benefits of Yoga? Yogis Are Less Stressed, Probably Better Than You

In the health world, yoga has proven to be a valuable practice that can have positive physical and mental effects. Physically, yoga can help with...

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Electric shocks help paralyzed patients move again – study

Electric shocks help paralyzed patients move again – study

Researchers have helped four paralyzed men to regain movement in their legs and feet using electric shocks. The study has been hailed as a milestone a...

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I'm Paid To Mourn At Funerals (And It's A Growing Industry)

I'm Paid To Mourn At Funerals (And It's A Growing Industry)

A lot of you reading this are not going to believe this job is a real thing. But professional mourners -- people paid to attend funerals and pretend t...

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5 Classic Movies That Have Become Horrifying With Age

5 Classic Movies That Have Become Horrifying With Age

Wind the clock back 30 years and look at stand-up comedy. Lots of dumb blonde jokes, cracks about gays, rambling bits about this new "Flock of Se...

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Real Talk About How Much It Actually Costs To Travel The World

Real Talk About How Much It Actually Costs To Travel The World

Everyone these days seem to be telling you to travel. Quit the grind. Meet people. Enrich your life. See the world. But no one ever likes to...

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Operation Northwoods

Operation Northwoods

Operation Northwoods US PLANNED FAKE TERROR ATTACKS ON CITIZENS TO CREATE SUPPORT FOR CUBAN WAR From BODY OF SECRETS, James Bamford, Doubl...

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UGA investigators find viable treatment for prostate cancer

UGA investigators find viable treatment for prostate cancer

Researchers at the University of Georgia have created a new therapeutic for prostate cancer that has shown great efficacy in mouse models of the disea...

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Josiah Warren, “The First American Anarchist”

Josiah Warren, “The First American Anarchist”

Occasionally, a researcher’s inquiry will lead to a surprising find in our collections or turn up a previously unrealized cache of rare publicat...

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People on the autism spectrum live an average of 18 fewer years than everyone else, study finds

People on the autism spectrum live an average of 18 fewer years than everyone else, study finds

Researchers looking into mortality trends and autism have made a troubling discovery: People on the autism spectrum are dying young —&...

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How to Be a Real Man

How to Be a Real Man

Byline: Dan Mulhern The old rules don't work--as I've learned being married to a powerful woman. Here's what I'm telling our s...

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We e-resolve our conflicts

We e-resolve our conflicts

Full Text:  When it comes to arguing, my husband, Paul, and I have two different approaches: He swears his feelings on his sleeve; I hide mind...

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Healing "the most unkindest cut of all"

Healing "the most unkindest cut of all"

If you have tears, prepare to shed them now ... Look! In this place ran Cassius' dagger through: See what a rent the envious Casca made: Through t...

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Why So Many White American Men Are Dying

Why So Many White American Men Are Dying

Byline: Mike Mariani Not too long after the Soviet flag was hauled down from the Kremlin, a startling number of Russian men started dying. Young an...

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As SeaWorld stops breeding orcas, what are the impacts for research? By David GrimmMar. 17, 2016 , 2

As SeaWorld stops breeding orcas, what are the impacts for research? By David GrimmMar. 17, 2016 , 2

SeaWorld announced today that it will end orca breeding at all of its marine parks and phase out its killer whale shows. The move comes afte...

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Top stories: Cancer-killing nano-balls, a European neutron drought, and a rich sexual past between m

Top stories: Cancer-killing nano-balls, a European neutron drought, and a rich sexual past between m

Nano-balls filled with poison wipe out metastatic cancer in mice For most cancer patients, it’s not the original tumor that poses the greates...

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Rich sexual past between modern humans and Neandertals revealed By Ann GibbonsMar. 17, 2016 , 2:00 P

Rich sexual past between modern humans and Neandertals revealed By Ann GibbonsMar. 17, 2016 , 2:00 P

Only a bit of the DNA coiled inside the cells of Europeans and Asians comes from Neandertals, but those snippets have sparked a flurry of research. In...

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Why Pluto is a frigid prison for nitrogen ice By Eric HandMar. 17, 2016 , 2:00 PM

Why Pluto is a frigid prison for nitrogen ice By Eric HandMar. 17, 2016 , 2:00 PM

All planets lose a small portion of their atmospheres to space, if individual gas molecules get hot enough and reach escape velocity. Before NASA&rsqu...

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Kings vs. Underdogs

Kings vs. Underdogs

N.W.A., the group that brought gangster rap to the mainstream, angering conservatives and the F.B.I. along the way, burned hot and fast. The core grou...

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Thousands caught in Web of addiction; Porn and gaming blamed for rise in compulsive use of the inter

Thousands caught in Web of addiction; Porn and gaming blamed for rise in compulsive use of the inter

Byline: Mark Blunden Technology Reporter TENS of thousands of Londoners are addicted to the internet after becoming obsessed with gaming, pornograp...

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Preface to "Is Cyberbullying a Major Problem?"

Preface to "Is Cyberbullying a Major Problem?"

Cyberbullying, or online harassment, is dependent on technology. This means that the way the technology functions can have a major effect on whet...

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Drones over America: Public Safety Benefit or "Creepy" Privacy Threat?

Drones over America: Public Safety Benefit or "Creepy" Privacy Threat?

Anna Mulrine is a staff reporter for the Christian Science Monitor newspaper.   With a wide variety of uses ranging from disaster...

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Preface to "Do College Students Engage in Risky Behaviors?"

Preface to "Do College Students Engage in Risky Behaviors?"

"Tanorexia" is an informal term (a combination of "tan" and "anorexia") that refers to the habit some people have of goi...

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The Definition of Domestic Terrorism Is Too Broad

The Definition of Domestic Terrorism Is Too Broad

"Well, you might be suspicious and a domestic terrorist if you purchase meals ready to eat, weatherproofed ammunition or match containers, nigh...

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Same-Sex Marriage Benefits Society in Many Ways

Same-Sex Marriage Benefits Society in Many Ways

Murray Lipp is a social justice activist and the administrator of Gay Marriage USA on Facebook. The legalization of same-sex marriage ben...

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