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California-Connecticut researchers found that cervical cancer survivors still achieved sexual satisfaction even when their ovaries were removed. Based on not being able to produce testosterone, the researchers concluded that emotions (psychology) may play a larger role in sexuality than hormones (biology).

Published in Biology
Saturday, 06 September 2008 23:17

Men marry Mom-lookalike, women do same with Dad-twin

A Hungarian study finds that men usually select a life partner who looks like their mother, and women commonly pick a mate that looks like their father.

Published in Biology
An American evolutionary biologist has finally explained how some strange-looking species of flatfish, such as flounder, came to have both of their eyes on one side of their head. The discovery helps to clarify a missing point in Darwin’s evolutionary theory.

Published in Biology

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