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Kids will eat their veggies if they get recess first

Kids will eat their veggies if they get recess first

UTC Follow @LiveScience Left to their own devices, most kids will choose to gobble down ice cream or chocolate rather than broccoli or brussels sprouts. So, at school lunch, they'll likely eat the yummiest items first and then drop the rest in ... Mashable, 6 days ago
The Secret To Getting Kids To Eat Veggies Huffington Post, 1 week ago

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Kids Should Eat Less Pizza, Researchers Say

By: Bahar Gholipour Published: 01/19/2015 03:04 AM EST on LiveScience Kids in the United States eat so much pizza that some researchers now argue the food should join the ranks of sugary drinks and fast foods — increasingly decried in recent ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago People with Dementia May Have Hidden Talents, Strange Case Shows  LiveScience.com2 days ago Researchers prescribe less pizza for kids  Mother Nature Network1 week ago Pizza Prescription: Kids Should Eat Less, Researchers Say  LiveScience.com1 week ago

Coffee May Protect Against Some Skin Cancers

By: Stephanie Pappas Published: 01/20/2015 04:31 PM EST on LiveScience Go ahead, enjoy that morning mug. A new study suggests that people who are in the habit of drinking coffee regularly may be protected against malignant melanoma, the leading ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago Coffee May Reduce Risk of Melanoma  Newser1 week ago

Is The Stereotype That 'Women Can't Be Geniuses' Causing Gender Gaps?

By: Bahar Gholipour Published: 01/16/2015 11:22 AM EST on LiveScience The gender gap in certain academic fields may be due to those fields' emphasis on brilliance (rather than hard work, for example) and stereotypes that hold that women can't be ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

Social Media Might Actually Help Women Deal With Stress

By: Elizabeth Palermo, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 01/15/2015 10:56 AM EST on LiveScience Face it, ladies: your DIY projects rarely turn out like the ones you see on Pinterest, and your Facebook posts aren't universally "liked." But a new ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago

Man's best friend was a late arrival in the Americas

An American Staffordshire Terrier. for LiveScience 2015-01-14 20:45:18 UTC Follow @LiveScience Dogs may have arrived in the Americas only about 10,000 years ago, thousands of years after humans first did, researchers say. This finding ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Dogs Arrived Late to the Americas  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago

Twinkle Twinkle?

Natalie Wolchover, a writer for LiveScience, states that the human eye is able to see a candle's flame flicking from around 30 miles away, provided no other light interference gets in the way. Following this trend, our eyes should be able to see the ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago

Almost 75 Percent Of Parents Face Car Seats The Wrong Way, Study Says

By: Bahar Gholipour Published: 01/07/2015 04:18 PM EST on LiveScience Almost three-quarters of parents fail to follow the safety advice to use rear-facing car seats for their toddlers until age 2, a new study finds. Instead, most parents turn ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago Most Parents Use Car Seats Unsafely  LiveScience.com3 weeks ago

Sun's Rays May Trim Life Spans

The sun's rays may shape human lives in a surprising way: High levels of sun exposure during the year of birth may increase infant mortality and shorten the average life span of a population, a new study finds. Researchers looked at people in ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago

Ebola patient zero may have been infected by a bat

Mexican free-tail bats flying at night in Texas. for LiveScience 2014-12-31 11:15:13 -0500 Follow @LiveScience In the small village of Meliandou, in Guinea, stood a tall, hollowed-out tree where children loved to play. But thousands of bats ...
 Mashable1 month ago This Tree Might Be Ebola's Ground Zero  Business Insider1 month ago Bat-Filled Tree May Have Been Source of Current Ebola Outbreak  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago
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