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Celebrating Louise Hay!

Unleash your full potential for love, health, success and self-esteem with this revolutionary new app from best-selling author Louise L. Hay.

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An Unlikely Pairing

For years, resident bottlenose dolphins in Laguna, Brazil have helped local fisherman catch schools of fish. Like marine sheepdogs, the Laguna dolphins herd fish toward the....

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Cooperation = Evolution

A recent study by PhD student Luke McNally, and colleagues at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, suggests a possible reason why our brain is much bigger than it needs to be, compared to the size of the human body. With the....

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Portable Plasma Disinfectant

A group of researchers at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology, led by engineer Xinpei Lu, believe they have created a....

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Perceptions and Performance

Published online in the journal Psychological Science, Witt’s experiment suggests that neural pathways for perception and action may overlap for certain tasks that require physical technique, such as golf. If this is true, then an....

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The Next Step in Medical Texts

Michael Snyder, a molecular geneticist at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California along with his team of 40 other researchers, recently presented the results of his detailed study, which they are now calling an integrative personal omics profile (iPOP)....

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Climate Change Most Probable Cause for Mayan Civilization Collapse

Paleoclimatologists Martin Medina-Elizalde and Eelco Rohling of the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom, share their findings of the role that drought may have played in the Maya collapse. Both Maya archaeologist Keith Prufer and climate geologist Gerald Haug praise the....

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12 Things You Didn't Know about Food

Experts are now realizing that our food should be our medicine. You will be surprised with this list of 12 things you didn’t know about the food you eat....

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An Open Source System for Medical Research

Stephen Friend is a biomedical researcher hoping to change the field of biomedical science with his new project, Sage Bionetworks. His goal is to speed up the process of....

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The Price of Your Soul: How the Brain Decides Whether to 'Sell Out'

A neuro-imaging study shows that personal values that people refuse to disavow, even when offered cash to....

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