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The premise of Assassin's Creed is the reliving of other people's memories stored inside DNA. Well, scientists have found that in mice this actually happens! Anthony is joined by special guest Tara Long, from Hard Science, to explain how it works.
For children with autism, a dose of oxytocin -- the so-called love hormone -- seems to fine-tune the activity in brain areas linked to social interactions, according to a new study.
A new, improved sequencing of ancient human relative genomes reveals Homo sapiens had sex with a fourth, mystery lineage of humans.
Secrets are not something you should keep locked away. Do that, and they'll eat you from the inside out! That's according to scientists studying a secret's psychological impact on the secret-keeper. Laci Green details their findings.
An hour after downing energy drinks high in caffeine and taurine, healthy adults experienced increased heart contraction rates, a new study said. Continue reading →
Reports are coming in from all over the globe that people are having less sex than ever. First in Japan, and now in Great Britain as well. Anthony and Laci join up to explain what's going on and why fewer and fewer people are gettin' it on.
A new, widely reported study argues that eating animal products such as meat and dairy are vital to young, developing brains. But that is totally untrue. Anthony explains why.
New research show that simply seeing beauty and experiencing awe can totally change the way you see the world. Guest host Annie Gaus explains why.
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