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Here’s Why Some People Look Like Their Names

Here’s Why Some People Look Like Their Names

mag941 November 13, 2017 0

If you’ve ever caught yourself thinking, “She looks like a Sue,” or “He doesn’t look like a Bob,” a new study may back up your instincts about whether people’s names suit them. In fact,

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Is Zika Still A Problem In Our State?

Is Zika Still A Problem In Our State?

mag941 June 13, 2017 0

There’s no doubt about it: Zika is on the retreat in the Americas. In Brazil, cases are down by 95 percent from last year. Across the Caribbean, outbreaks have subsided. And in Florida, the

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Why Are Atheists Generally Smarter Than Religious People?

Why Are Atheists Generally Smarter Than Religious People?

mag941 June 10, 2017 0

For more than a millennium, scholars have noticed a curious correlation: Atheists tend to be more intelligent than religious people. It’s unclear why this trend persists, but researchers of a new study have an

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A Strawberry “MiniMoon” Will Appear Tonight, Here’s What You Need To Know

A Strawberry “MiniMoon” Will Appear Tonight, Here’s What You Need To Know

mag941 June 9, 2017 0

If you happen to gaze up at the night sky tonight you’ll see a mini Strawberry Moon. So what exactly does that mean? What’s a Strawberry Moon? June’s full moon is also known as

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A New Test Could Detect Cancer Years Before Symptoms Show

A New Test Could Detect Cancer Years Before Symptoms Show

mag941 June 8, 2017 0

Cancer research is one of the busiest fields in medical technology, and understandably so, as cancer remains one of the leading causes of death worldwide. While there are existing treatments available for cancer, these usually

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NASA Announces its 2017 Astronaut Candidates

NASA Announces its 2017 Astronaut Candidates

mag941 June 8, 2017 0

After receiving a record-breaking number of applications to join an exciting future of space exploration, NASA has selected its largest astronaut class since 2000. Rising to the top of more than 18,300 applicants, NASA

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Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee Before The Gym ‘Helps You Burn MORE Calories’

Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee Before The Gym ‘Helps You Burn MORE Calories’

mag941 June 6, 2017 0

Scientists have long noted that coffee boosts performance, however it was thought that you’d need to abstain beforehand in order to benefit. However, the study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology claims sipping coffee

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World No Tobacco Day: Tobacco Isn’t Just Bad For Humans, It’s Also Killing The Environment

World No Tobacco Day: Tobacco Isn’t Just Bad For Humans, It’s Also Killing The Environment

mag941 May 31, 2017 0

From cancer to heart disease and many things in between, the health effects of smoking tobacco are well known. But a new report from the United Nation’s World Health Organization tries to show how

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Scientists Conduct Yet Another Study That Suggests Coffee Can Combat Cancer

Scientists Conduct Yet Another Study That Suggests Coffee Can Combat Cancer

mag941 May 31, 2017 0

Researchers from the University of Southampton and the University of Edinburgh have found that it’s possible that the more coffee you drink, the less likely you are to develop hepatocellular cancer (HCC) — the most

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Keeping Cool: The Science of Sweat

Keeping Cool: The Science of Sweat

mag941 May 30, 2017 0

While sweating, or perspiration, can be embarrassing, it is an important body function. Sweating, and a lack of sweating, can also be a helpful sign that there is something wrong with the body. Causes

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