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An examination into how oxytocin affects the body and mind to be responsible for intimate relationships.
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The possibility that medieval scholars and dignitaries knew that the earth is round.
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An examination of the sense of taste, the differences between sexes, and what happens as aging occurs.
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The Burj Khalifa, the tallest manmade structure in the world.
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The truths and myths about weight loss.
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Why humans sometimes feel as though there is no time left.
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Time management methods and how they can vary based on personality traits.
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Dr. Stefan Schulz has created the smallest and most flexible artificial hand ever made, and it even has sensory feedback for the wearer.
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How companies can target advertising based on digital fingerprints.
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The long history of vegetarianism as a widely accepted lifestyle in western civilization.
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Researchers analyze archeological findings to measure the height difference between people in the Middle Ages and those of today.
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Different types of vegetarians and the many reasons why people adopt the lifestyle.
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Insights that can be drawn based on information held by a dating agency.
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Proof that bad teeth can increase the risk of heart disease.
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The impact of nuclear waste on future generations and what can done to help.
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Maintaining digital privacy in a time when data breaches are becoming more common.
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The roles of genetics and exercise in the human body's ability to gain and lose weight.
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Whether smart phones and computers are the first step to a world of cyborgs.
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Different ways that could help improve brain health and hold deterioration at bay.
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The roles genetics and environmental factors play with twins.
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Matching fragments of papyrus to others pieces of ancient and faded manuscripts to uncover the poetry of Sappho, lyric poet of the ancient world.

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