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A drug for male contraception is progressing a bit faster these days thanks to a gene called CATSPER1.
Friday, 24 April 2009 18:48

Early risers sleepier in evenings

A Belgium study involving sleep and circadian rhythm found the brain is continually trying to balance the circadian signal (when you want to naturally sleep…
Friday, 17 April 2009 19:09

Musical instruments improve brain

A U.S.-German study has shown that the structure of the brain changes when children work hard at developing musical skills. Maybe the old saying still…
Friday, 17 April 2009 18:01

Say cheese, smile big, and stay married long

A U.S. study has found that the people who smile the biggest in photographs when they are young are more likely to stay married later…
Danish researchers wanted to find out if religious people think they are really talking to a real entity ('God') or a fictitious one ('Santa Claus').…
In what is being hailed as the largest potential advance in the evolutionary theory in over eight decades, Australian scientists with Murdoch University are calling…
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 19:29

Biologists boast: Bad bed bugs benign

According to research into the possibility that bed bugs transmit diseases to humans, Mississippi state researchers didn’t find it to be so, based on past…
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 05:27

The origin of April Fools' Day: No kiddin'!

April Fools’ Day, sometimes also called All Fools’ Day, is celebrated each April 1st in many countries around the World. Many practical jokes, hoaxes, and…
According to research in the United Kingdom, your past preferences and present choices determine your attitudes of preferring things and making decisions in the future…
Researchers in France found that chilling champagne gives it a longer-lasting effervescence. It’s fizzier! But what is the reason? Chill out, have a drink, and…



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