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Fake News Cure? Psychologists Discover How to Stop Fake News

A new study has devised way to stop the spread of fake news. Researchers suggest pre-exposing readers to a small “dose” of misinformation can...

Did Jet Lag Help The Chicago Cubs Win the World Series?

Northwestern University researchers released a study claiming jet lag impairs the performance of major league baseball players. Scientists assert a trip across two or...

Calorie Restriction Diets Helped Monkeys Live Longer – Will It Work...

Do calorie-restriction diets work? The key to many weight loss diets is the process of cutting the amount of calories a person eats. Essentially, burning more...

NASA Finds Possible Mud Cracks Suggesting Ancient Wet Past

NASA announced on Tuesday the discovery of possible mud cracks on Mars. Researchers using NASA's Curiosity Mars rover announced that they found pieces of rock...

Biologist Names Newly Discovered Moth After Donald Trump

Donald Trump maybe having the best month ever. The President-elect and 2016 U.S. Presidential election winner is only a few weeks away from becoming...

60% of Primates are Threatened to Become Extinct, Study Finds

Biologically, primates are the closest relatives humans have to the animal kingdom. They play a key role in research, religions, and societies around the...

2016 Was the Hottest Year Ever Recorded, Study Finds

In Atlanta, Georgia the temperature is a warm 73 degrees, which is over 10 degrees higher than 50 years ago. Now, new research by NASA...

Scientists Discover How to Create Killer Mice

In a study titled Hungry and angry: could we survive a zombie apocalypse? published in the journal “The Lancet Neurology” scientists explained that abnormal predatory...

Meet the Inexpensive Centrifuge That Only Costs 20-Cents

Stanford bioengineers have invented an inexpensive blood centrifuge. On Wednesday, Stanford bioengineers announced a 20-cent hand powered device that can centrifuge blood. The device has the...

Nearly 50% of Sushi in Los Angeles is Mislabeled

Los Angeles sushi restaurants are mislabeling fish, well at least according to a new UCLA study. Researchers in UCLA and Loyola Marymount University published a...

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