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The Uterus: A Natural HistoryFootprints from 10,000 years ago reveal treacherous trek of traveler, toddlerClimate Change Is Transforming the Bodies of Amazonian BirdsA Harvard professor has claimed in his new book that alien debris passed near Earth in 2017. It has attracted both skepticism and intrigue.How CBD Works In The Human Body & The Endocannabinoid SystemStudy: One in five adults don’t want children — and they’re deciding early in lifeScientists use a technique called transcranial electrical stimulation to noninvasively and painlessly run a small electrical current, approximately 1-2 mA, across the brain. It can modulate how easy it is for brain cells to function by increasing or decreasing their ‘excitability.'Trial results reveal that long-acting injectable cabotegravir as PrEP is highly effective in preventing HIV acquisition in womenWhy the WHO took two years to say COVID-19 is airborne. Early in the pandemic, the WHO stated that SARS-CoV-2 was not transmitted through the air. That mistake and the prolonged process of correcting it sowed confusion and raises questions about what will happen in the next pandemic.An ambitious project is attempting to interpret sperm whale clicks with artificial intelligence, then talk back to themGeese block cars at intersectionT. Rex Autopsy Gives Us An Anatomy Lesson On the Toothy Terror7 Innovations by Native Americans That Revolutionized Medicine And Public HealthAn incomplete timeline of whale conservation in the US and the world, from the "save the whales" movement until the most recent open letter signed by 350 whale scientists: a call to protect whales worldwide.Honeybees use poop as a defense against deadly murder hornetsChina Could Be Developing Deadly 'Magnetized Plasma Artillery'A Single Protein Can Switch Some Ants From a Worker Into a QueenReverse Engineering a $15k Medical Device for 50x Less: Many hospitals in developing countries can’t access costly, high-tech equipment. Reverse innovation could finally change thatScientists Have Observed Octopuses "Punching" Fish SillyEgyptian tomb in Saqqara necropolis found to contain huge cache of sealed sarcophagiDengue Fever and Zika Virus Make Humans More Attractive to MosquitoesJuno spacecraft discovers FM radio signal coming from Jupiter moonX-rays reveal “bacteria poop” is eating away at the Mary Rose’s wooden hull Polyethylene glycol applied to hull for preservation is also breaking down into acids.Glimpse of a blazar in the early universeDeep Frozen Arctic Microbes Are Waking Up. Thawing permafrost is releasing microorganisms, with consequences that are still largely unknownSchizophrenia May Be Similar to Immune DisordersMolecular Targets of Cannabidiol in Experimental Models of Neurological DiseaseSlime molds are picky eaters. Scientists can identify Australian vs American molds by smell and food preferencesTracking 30 Years of Sea Level Rise from OrbitDeclines in shellfish species on rocky seashores match climate-driven changesPresumed Extinct Tentacled Butterfly Ray Is FoundAntidepressant Sertraline (Zoloft) Helps Inhibit Growth of Cancer CellsScientists Figure Out Why Female Octopuses Self-Destruct After Laying EggsCommon Weed Stops the Growth of Breast Cancer Cells, Scientists in London ReportKid Influencers Are Promoting Junk Food Brands on YouTube—Garnering More Than a Billion Views: Little-known but common form of product placement boosts children’s exposure to unhealthy food, warrants stronger regulationsFighting boredom with banjos and Russian grammar – tips from polar explorers for surviving months of isolation"Living fossil" genome sequence reveals clues to evolution of life on landSpeaking in the third person (They, he, she, name) as opposed to the first person (I, me) is a valid way to create psychological distance from thoughts, people, and emotions. It helps to regulate emotions by reducing their intensities.Japanese Researchers Uncover a New Biological Role for NAD+ in the Development of Fat"The British Journal of Sports Medicine should retract fatally flawed research used to justify human rights violations."What's wrong with 68 million Americans? Expert says Trump's mental illness infected 48% of the electorateIn Appalachia, a Plan to Save Wild GinsengPluto’s Hidden Ice Volcanoes Hint at the Possibility of Life. The discovery suggests the dwarf planet may be harboring a subsurface liquid ocean."Two papers using the same data about the same topic were published in the same surgical journal one month apart. They came up with completely opposite conclusions."He Was Hospitalized for Covid-19. Then Hospitalized Again. And Again.According to this article, Homo Sapien males were having sex with female Neanderthals. So since the beginning of our species, some men will have sex with anyone female. Even if she is a different species. Here's what we know sex with Neanderthals was likeAs Arctic Sea Ice Retreats, Orcas Are on the Move, Spurring Changes in the Food ChainHarvard professor Avi Loeb: Alien debris passed near Earth in 2017Can Tree Rings Solve the Mystery of a 19th-Century American Shipwreck?Ending greenhouse gas emissions may not stop global warming: studyTop 10 Articles for Psychedelic NovicesSeveral U.S. utilities back out of deal to build novel nuclear power plantWhy Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads? New Study Offers Clues. The adorable behavior may be a sign of concentration and memory recall.Amateur Astronomer Finds “Lost” Moons of Jupiter200 years ago, people discovered Antarctica – and promptly began profiting by slaughtering some of its animals to near extinctionWatch the First-Ever Footage of a Napping Great WhiteGut–Brain Axis: Role of Gut Microbiota on Neurological Disorders and How Probiotics/Prebiotics Beneficially Modulate Microbial and Immune Pathways to Improve Brain FunctionsFossils From One of the World’s First Reefs Can Be Found on Mountains in Nevada. Archaeocyaths were the original reef builders, and one of the best places to see them is in the desertScientists Question Discovery of New Human Salivary GlandCornell Researchers Trap Electrons To Create A Long-Hypothesized CrystalSpecies lost deep in the Amazon rainforestScientists Put Penguins on a Treadmill to Learn About Their WaddleReawakened geyser does not foretell Yellowstone volcanic eruptions

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