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Cheaters are more likely to break work rules, too

People who cheat on their spouses are significantly more likely to engage in misconduct in the workplace, according to a new study. The researchers looked at the records of police...
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Can avoiding meat and eggs help fight cancer?

Certain nutrients and chemicals in food navigate the same molecular pathways that certain cancer therapies use to slow tumor growth, researchers report. Researchers can manipulate one such shared pathway, which...
The Avengers

Avengers, Toy Story, The Lion King and Star Wars: Disney is already the most...

Disney breaks yet another record: in just six months it has raised more at the box office than any studio for a year in all of history Disney has already...

An apple carries about 100 million bacteria — good luck washing them off

To the heroes among you who eat the whole apple: besides extra fiber, flavonoids and flavor, you're also quaffing 10 times as many bacteria per fruit as your core-discarding...

Stress may put a ‘frog in your throat’

Stress might be to blame for the feeling of having a “frog in your throat,” stammering, or other voice control issues, according to a new study. The pilot study expands...

Airplane first-aid kits don’t have what kids need

Few airlines stock first-aid kits with pediatric versions of therapies that would help children dealing with medical emergencies, researchers report. In a new study of children’s medical emergencies on planes,...
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The medals of the Olympic Games in Japan have been created with old mobile...

Japan has already unveiled the medals of the Tokyo Games that will take place in 2020. This time, Japan wanted to give a twist to these medals and wanted...
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Create prosthetic arms that restore touch to patients

Advances in robotics serve more than just getting your Amazon order in sooner. The great potential lies in the development of prostheses that look natural and function like real...
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A mild concussion reduces your sense of smell for a short time, but causes...

It's long been known that people who suffer a major concussion can lose their sense of smell temporarily and also develop affective problems, such as anxiety and depression. Now...
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Where do teenagers get opioids?

Roughly 11% of high school seniors reported prescription drug misuse during the past year, and of those, 44% used multiple supply sources, according to new research. More than 70% of...
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Motion sickness in self-driving cars

Could self-driving cars end with motion sickness?

A new project aims to identify and quantify motion sickness in passenger vehicles to help more people eventually enjoy self-driving cars. Up to one-third of...
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The water crisis is spreading silently around the world

Smoke on the water In some regions, rivers and lakes are so polluted that they are literally catching fire. Prime examples include the Bellandur Lake...
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WhatsApp will delete the accounts of european children under the age of 16 after...

WhatsApp version 2.19.222 will arrive very soon and, fortunately or unfortunately, will bring with it the deletion of many accounts. According to the legal...

Podcasts and reading stimulate the same cognitive and emotional parts of the brain

Listening to a book likely stimulates the same cognitive and emotional parts of the brain as reading it, new research shows. Neuroscientists created interactive maps...

Intelligent robot creates basic tools with what’s on hand (that’s “MacGyvering”) :-)

Researchers have successfully trained an intelligent agent to create basic tools by combining objects. The work, which uses a new capability to reason about shape,...
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Wireless charging, the worst thing for your mobile battery

Mobile charging is one of the biggest headaches for cellphone users, but little by little we are learning facts that allow us to tune...

If you use your phone on break, your brain doesn’t recharge

Using your phone on break during mentally challenging tasks doesn’t allow your brain to recharge effectively and may result in poorer performance, according to...

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