Researchers in Mexico discover the longest underwater cave system in the world that's full of invaluable artifacts.
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Archeologists find the largest frozen Scythian burial site ever found in Siberia.
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People think that stereotypes are true but also that it is not acceptable to admit this and therefore say they are false. Moreover, they say this to themselves too, in inner speech.
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Does money, even when borrowed, make us happier – or does the state of owing money add to our dissatisfaction and stress?
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While the concept of “burning” fat is not altogether wrong, the process of losing fat probably isn't what you imagine.
We break down the eight specific brain functions that were evaluated by the President's recent cognitive assessment.