A new study finds that even one season of football can affect a child’s brain. But soccer isn’t safe, either.
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A new study suggests the brain gets more desensitized to lying with each lie you tell.
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Anti-Islam fervor has overlooked important artistic contributions made by Muslim artists around the world.
The ridiculousness of Hollywood science when it comes to memory loss.
Thought viruses may be responsible for the escalating ideological divisions in the United States.
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Oceanographer Sylvia Earle shares the wonder of experiencing the ocean’s creatures in the wild.
Many women are unable to have children due to age restrictions on IVF. Dr. Dominic Wilkinson, Director of Medical Ethics at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, challenges the 4 most flawed arguments.
Want to improve your mood? This study recommends you get walking, even for a short time, and even if your surroundings aren't picturesque.
Programmers at MIT publish A.I.-generated scary images scary for Halloween.
Elon Musk wants to put 1 million people on Mars in 40 years. The internet had questions. Here are his answers.
A new book finds that Hitler relied on a number of drugs to rule Germany, including “crystal meth.”
Just imagining movement fires the same neurons as if we were actually moving. A new study shows we can wake our sleeping mind to practice motor skills in our dreams.
Two Canadian astronomers publish a paper with an extraordinary claim of possibly detecting alien signals.
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Russian researchers unearth over 500 artifacts from a secret Nazi base in the Arctic.
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