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In celebration of Easter and the resurrection of Christ, here are some stories of people being revived against all odds, including from rabies, coma, catatonic states and brain-eating amoebas.
Are you easily made angry whenever you're very hungry, and then as soon as you eat, you're fine? Why does this happen? Laci explains the science of being "Hangry."
As divers continue to hunt for survivors of the Sewol ferry in waters off South Korea’s coast, questions remain unanswered.
If you've ever been nervous or stressed, you might have experienced a weird feeling in your stomach. Why do we feel so many emotions in our guts? Laci did some digging to figure out what connects our brains to our midsections.
A study indicates that we may be maxing out on men's facial hair. Continue reading →
A new drug that can be administered orally could contain outbreaks. Continue reading →
Millions of Americans suffer from depression and some choose to end their lives. When are people more likely to commit suicide, and what can we do to prevent it? Tara discusses how you can seek help if you're struggling with suicidal thoughts.
People who spend more time on social networking sites report more conflict in their relationships and are more likely to break up.
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