• US Government Wants To Microchip All Kids

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    The U.S. government intends to further their control over the lives of Americans by introducing microchipping for children in the near future. As time goes by, the government seems to want to regulate the lives of Americans more and more. Sometimes these decisions for further regulation actually...


    Radiation-free approach to imaging molecules in the brain

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    New probe induces blood flow changes that can be seen by MRI Scientists hoping to get a glimpse of molecules that control brain activity have devised a new probe that allows them to image these molecules without using any chemical or radioactive labels. Currently the...


    Discovery of alarm response in medaka fish furthers analysis of fear

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    Yale-NUS Assistant Professor of Science Dr Ajay Mathuru has discovered that the medaka fish has an 'alarm response' to a type of semiochemical (message-bearing chemicals that carry information from one animal to another) released due to physical injuries sustained by another member of its kind....


    The Science Of Attraction: THIS Is What Determines Whether You Have “Chemistry” Or Not

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    Jessica met Michael online. She was enamored of his picture, and after several emails, they finally decided to meet at a trendy coffee shop in Jessica's neighborhood. She was so excited, it's all she talked about for three days prior. Finally the day came. Michael...


    Mood Disorders Are Linked To Higher Intelligence, Science Says

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    “No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness.”- Aristotle Today, doctors are ready to prescribe pharmaceuticals at the first signs of a mood disorder in order to control any unpredictable behavior. But, are they potentially stifling genius thought processes? As it turns...


    Neuroscience Says Listening to This Song Reduces Anxiety by Up to 65 Percent

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    Everyone knows they need to manage their stress. When things get difficult at work, school, or in your personal life, you can use as many tips, tricks, and techniques as you can get to calm your nerves. So here's a science-backed one: make a playlist of the 10...


    Immune system uses gut bacteria to control glucose metabolism

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    Researchers at Oregon State University and other institutions have discovered an important link between the immune system, gut bacteria and glucose metabolism -- a "cross-talk" and interaction that can lead to type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome when not functioning correctly. The findings, published in Nature...


    Why is food allergy increasing? Skin might be involved

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    Early exposure to a food allergen through broken skin might prompt the development of food allergy. This theory gained further support from a recent study that found increased prevalence of food allergy if a child had skin infection or eczema in the first year of...


    European diseases left their mark on First Nations’ DNA

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    Epidemics from Europe that killed thousands of indigenous Canadians in the nineteenth century have left their signatures in the genomes of the people living there today, researchers say. The Tsimshian people, who live in coastal British Columbia and Alaska and are among Canada’s First Nations,...


    Scientists Explain Why Smart People Prefer Fewer Friends

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    Many of us have pondered at one time or another, what makes a life well lived. Is it being surrounded by family and a lot of friends? Could it be surrounded by a select handful of people in your life? Have you ever observed that...