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Prehistoric Women Arms Were Stronger Than Modern Day Female Atheletes

Scientists studied the bones of nearly 100 women who lived in farming communities in Central Europe from 5300 BCE to around 850 AD and...

China Took a Major Step Towards ‘Spooky’ Quantum Internet Communications

A satellite from China was flying through space and shooting pairs of entangled photons to two separate locations on Earth to achieve a “spooky”...

First Humans Came from Europe and Not Africa, Study Finds

First humans emerged in the Eastern Mediterranean and not East Africa. A new controversial study claims that they have found the origin of humans...

Study: 34 Kids Visit the ER Every Day Due to Cotton...

A study from a Children's Hospital has found that kids should stop cleaning their years with cotton swabs. Researchers reported on Tuesday in the...

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...

2016 Ends With Two Major Dinosaur Fossil Discoveries

Paleontologists have discovered a feathered dinosaur tail inside a piece of amber. While, this is not the first time scientists have discovered dinosaur feathers, this...

Aspartame May Promote Weight Gain, Study Finds

A Massachusetts General Hospital study found that mice that drank aspartame-sweetened water gained weight. Researchers found that mice that drank artificially sweetened water blocked a crucial stomach...