Older adults who feel younger than they really are might want to steer clear of memory tests, or risk feeling older, a new study suggests.
Tea party members have higher rates of scientific knowledge
Could this be TRUE? Some scientists smell a rat
The plight of the red knots highlights a bigger problem.
They were used by Greeks and Hebrews, were improved by Islamic scholars, grew in popularity in Europe during the Renaissance
They could give ‘amputees greater control over artificial limbs and spawn truly controller-free video gaming’
Having solved all problems on Earth, Democrats boldly go into space to ‘preserve Apollo lunar landing sites’
Men and women see increase in reaction time, research finds
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The World Health Organization announced on Wednesday that the new coronavirus in the Middle East killed two more people
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It’s a small study and does not prove that fructose or its relative, high-fructose corn syrup, can cause obesity, but experts say it adds evidence they may play a role.
They also hoped the lake floor’s sediments might yield a new record of the Earth’s climate.
1.2 million years ago, man was an endangered species
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The country that gave birth to the Renaissance is becoming increasingly hostile to science.
The Obama administration is preparing to impose Title IX on colleges’ science and math departments.
The school is trying to fire Dr. James Enstrom, who has questioned whether certain regulations are justified.
Environmentalism today rejects science and technology, ensuring abject misery for the poorest on our planet.
“Dark matter is not behaving as predicted, and it’s not obviously clear what is going on.