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Israeli biologists have discovered for the first time a large species of spider that lives in the Middle East, specifically, in the dune in the…
Alzheimer's disease researchers from the University of South Florida have concluded that exposure to a lot of electromagnetic waves over a long period of time…
According to U.S./Netherlands research, powerful and influential people often times publicly profess to be moral and virtuous but sometimes don't take the high road to…
Just over sixty years ago, the first color newsreel was introduced in the United States, which was followed up by pay television, mobile color television…
The science publications organization Scientific American has listed what it considers the top 10 science stories for 2009. They range from the collision of protons…
A U.S. study of moths and butterflies in Central Europe found that many of the species studied have produced an extra generation in the summers…
Automated expression recognition technology by the CSIRO is making Santa Claus’ job a lot easier these days. He may only need to check his list…
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 20:50

You look marvelous! And you'll live longer, too!

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According to a study in the British Medical Journal, if you look younger than your real age, you have a better chance of living longer…
Australian-UK researchers have found that a veined octopus has tool-using abilities after seeing it carry coconut shell halves and, then, assembling the two halves into…
Monday, 07 December 2009 19:28

Missing chunks of DNA may lead to obese children

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According to a British report highlighted in the journal Nature, the lack of large, rare chromosomes could be the hereditary cause of severe early-onset obesity.

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