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Women in Their 30s Are Having More Babies Than 20-Somethings

Women in Their 30s Are Having More Babies Than 20-Somethings

mag941 May 30, 2017 0

For the first time in human history, American women in their 30s are having more babies than women in their 20s, with the average age of first-time mothers sitting at about 28 – a

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The Best Way to Barbecue, According to Science

The Best Way to Barbecue, According to Science

mag941 May 27, 2017 0

Unless you’re master barbecuer Ron Swanson himself, your grill game could probably use a little work — and fast, considering Memorial Day’s just around the corner. Thankfully, science is here to help. Greg Blonder

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NOAA Advises To Prepare For Above Normal Hurricane Season

NOAA Advises To Prepare For Above Normal Hurricane Season

mag941 May 25, 2017 0

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season could be above normal, according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. Forecasters said there could be between 11 and 17 named storms, 5 to 9 hurricanes and 2 to 4 major

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Study Finds Magic Mushrooms Are the Safest Recreational Drug

Study Finds Magic Mushrooms Are the Safest Recreational Drug

mag941 May 24, 2017 0

Magic mushrooms are the safest recreational drug to take, according to this year’s Global Drug Survey. The study looked at drug users who sought emergency medical treatment. Just 0.2 percent of people who took mushrooms

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What Does It Take To Save An Injured Sea Turtle?

What Does It Take To Save An Injured Sea Turtle?

mag941 May 22, 2017 0

With every one of the seven species of sea turtle at risk of extinction, every individual turtle matters. That’s why the South Carolina Sea Turtle Care Center pours so much time and energy into

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Drones Disguised as Bees Could Soon Pollinate Crops

Drones Disguised as Bees Could Soon Pollinate Crops

mag941 May 22, 2017 0

It’s no secret that bees are dying at a alarming rate, but what does that actually mean for us? Since bees are responsible for pollination, they are essential to the production of fruits and

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Scientists Say That Caffeine Has More Pain-Relieving Power Than Morphine

Scientists Say That Caffeine Has More Pain-Relieving Power Than Morphine

mag941 May 13, 2017 0

Coffee is full of surprises, and one more was uncovered this week by researchers from the Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). They found that coffee’s secret weapon, caffeine, and another stimulating chemical helped sleep-deprived mice deal

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Research Shows Cannabis Restores Memory and Could Reverse The Aging Process

Research Shows Cannabis Restores Memory and Could Reverse The Aging Process

mag941 May 9, 2017 0

One of aging’s most obvious signs is a decrease in cognitive function and learning ability. Usually, these issues express themselves in the form of memory deficiency. While this decrease in memory retention and recall is

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Exercise In A Pill? Scientists Have Evidence It Could Happen Someday

Exercise In A Pill? Scientists Have Evidence It Could Happen Someday

mag941 May 4, 2017 0

High on the wish list of technological marvels, right behind guilt-free meat and hoverboards, is a way to avoid exercise entirely and still keep yourself healthy. Amazingly, at least according to a new study

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Breakup Study Reveals the Smart Way to Get Over Your Ex

Breakup Study Reveals the Smart Way to Get Over Your Ex

mag941 April 29, 2017 0

It’s a universal truth that breakups blow. Whether you’re the dumper or the dumpee, the end of a relationship is a far cry from the neurochemical swirl that made you fall in love in

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