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Preference for ultra-masculine men and ultra-feminine women is an urban habit, a new study suggests. Continue reading →
Each Ebola patient produces a staggering amount of waste that includes everything from the oft mentioned bodily fluids to contaminated bed sheets. Continue reading →
Healthy food prices are rising three times faster than the less healthy stuff. Tara finds out why it takes bigger bucks to dine more healthfully.
All it takes is one drink a week for sperm count and overall quality to be degraded, at least that's all it took in a study of 1,200 Danish soldiers. Ross Everett stops by to explain.
One of three newly found prehistoric arm bones, likely from a Neanderthal, suggests that the individual had a muscle injury near the shoulder.
It turns out there's a whole lot more to our blinking habit than merely keeping our eyeballs moist and clean. Trace explains why what we're doing impacts how often we blink.
A look at guidelines concerning protective gear finds that there is a lot up to interpretation. Continue reading →
Some patients who are in a coma may be aware of their surroundings even though they can't visibly communicate with others, and now, scientists have found a new way to help identify these patients.
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