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Phone snooping leads to end of relationship? Or it is not so important after...

For some people, the thought of their partner, friend or colleague snooping through their phone, reading their texts and emails, is an automatic deal breaker....

Tips for students to upgrade their style quotient

Being stylish is on the wish list of every student, and we all know that most of the students envy other good-looking students. With this being noted, it is...

If crop yields are better every year, why there is no fix for global...

Too much of the work to end global hunger focuses on increasing crop yields, researchers argue. Members of the University of Michigan’s Sustainable Food Systems Initiative reviewed recent academic papers...

After augmented reality, the virtual world still affects you

New research digs into how augmented reality affects people’s behavior—in both the physical world and a digitally enhanced one. Researchers found that after people had an experience in augmented reality...

What is the economic rationale as to whether we should impose a tax on...

Soda taxes offer a “net good,” according to an analysis of health benefits and consumer behavior. The two working papers point to advantages similar to those of long-standing cigarette taxes,...

What is ‘creepy’ technology for children?

Many parents express concerns about privacy and online safety in technology designed for their children. But we know much less about what children themselves find concerning in emerging technologies. Now...

Americans in their 50s and early 60s fear dementia

Many Americans in their 50s and early 60s are worried about declining brain health, especially if they have loved ones with memory loss and dementia, a new national poll...

Our genes, not taste make us prefer sweet or bitter drinks

Sweet beverages or bitter ones? Our preference between them results from variation in genes related to their psychoactive properties, not those related to taste, research finds. Scientist Marilyn Cornelis searched...

6 tools every man needs in his shed

Every man should have the right tools in his box, but with so many different ones out there, how do you know which ones you need and which ones...

Blue Moon, Jeff Bezos wants to reach the Moon in 2024

The owner of Amazon and the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, presented this Thursday night the ship Blue Moon, which aims to reach the Moon in 2024. It...
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“Harry Potter Wizards Unite’ comes to mobile phones on 21 June

The title of Niantic, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite already has a release date and is closer than we could expect. This Friday, June 21,...

Consequences of looking so much at the mobile: it takes out the jowl and...

Mobiles could be affecting our health more than we think, because not only can lead to vision problems or lack of concentration, they can...

A woman and her two 9-year-old daughters die after “intentionally” dropping their car into...

A Michigan woman and her two nine-year-old daughters have died after falling "intentionally" with the car they were driving to the Kalamazoo River last...

Why employment climbed and wages rose but fertility did not?

MADISON - As the Great Recession wiped out nearly 9 million jobs and 19 trillion dollars...

What’s a polynya?

The winter ice on the surface of Antarctica’s Weddell Sea occasionally forms an enormous hole. New research explores why it appears and its potential...

How long does postpartum rehabilitation for sports take?

As an athletic woman, you may think your body can handle any physical challenge easily. Though when it comes bouncing back after pregnancy, there...

Is antimicrobial resistance one of the most urgent health risks of our time?

UN health agency steps up fight against ‘invisible pandemic’ of antimicrobial resistance The AWaRe portal divides antibiotics into three groups – Access, Watch and Reserve...

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