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A new study looks at the kind of hard-charging workers who don't even know how to let the holiday season interrupt their efforts. If you pass up holiday pie for working late, you may be a workaholic. Julian explains why this is a bad thing.
A new study hypothesizes that we derive health benefits from just staring at a comfy fire, or even video of a comfy fire! Trace explains why a toasty hearth might make a dent in your blood pressure.
The death toll is rising, but the number of new cases is slowing, says the World Health Organization.
Each year people worldwide buy pre-cut, or cut down themselves, a Christmas tree. To the tune of about 33 million trees in the United States alone. Does all of this tree lopping hurt the environment? We sort through the stats to find an answer.
For the first time, the different pathways that reality and imagination take in the brain have been mapped.
If you treat your car a bit like a person and admire its aggressive, cool or cute face, you're not crazy. Thanks to a phenomenon known as pareidolia, we see faces in our cars, which pleases car companies to no end.
A survey of medical advice offered on TV talk shows finds that much of the information is not based in science. Continue reading →
The two CIA documents offer tips to help spies maintain their cover while using false documents as they cross international borders.
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