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Study: No need to feel self-conscious if your ears stick out

Study: No need to feel self-conscious if your ears stick out

Image: Disney for LiveScience 2015-03-24 16:00:41 UTC Follow @LiveScience Life can be tough for kids whose ears stick out, and they may suffer from low self-esteem due to their appearance. But now, a new study shows that although people's ... Mashable, 5 days ago
Kids Whose Ears Stick Out Are Cuter, Science Confirms Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 6 days ago

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Prehistoric Alberta Site Older Than Previously Thought

A new way of dating a pile of ancient bones and stone tools is shedding light on the mysterious lives of the first Albertans. A prehistoric site where people hunted horses and camels along what is now the St. Mary River in the province's south is ...
 Huffington Post Canada5 days ago

Energy Drinks May Be Priming You For Future Heart Problems

By: Christopher Wanjek Published: 03/19/2015 10:59 AM EDT on LiveScience Energy drinks might give you some pep — but they might also be priming you for heart problems, a new study finds. Researchers found that energy drinks can raise blood ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago 26-Year-Old's Heart Attack Linked to Energy Drink  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Report examines energy drink's role in 26-year-old's heart attack  UnitedHealthcare1 month ago

We now have the technology to really test Einstein's theory of relativity

Image: NASA for LiveScience 2015-03-15 12:15:03 UTC Follow @LiveScience A century ago this year, a young Swiss physicist, who had already revolutionized physics with discoveries about the relationship between space and time, developed a ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Scientists sip 170-year-old beer from shipwreck, regret it immediately  Mashable3 weeks ago Here's what happens when you put general relativity to the test  Business Insider1 week ago Happy Birthday, Einstein: Relativity Faces New Frontier  NBCNews.com2 weeks ago

Leaded gasoline left toxic layers in remote Andes glaciers

Peak of the Illimani Glacier in Bolivia, South America. Image: Florian Kopp/Corbis for LiveScience 2015-03-14 12:45:36 UTC Follow @LiveScience Toxic lead buried in icy layers of an Andes glacier reveals that leaded gasoline was the region's ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Toxic Lead Pollution Left Its Mark in Andes Mountains  Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago
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People Who Get A Good Night's Sleep Are Happier

By: Rachael Rettner Published: 03/02/2015 07:27 PM EST on LiveScience Happiness and a good night's sleep seem to go hand in hand, a new poll suggests. The survey of more than 7,000 U.S. adults revealed that people who reported getting more ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago Getting more sleep can make you happier  Business Insider3 weeks ago Hit the Sack! People Who Get a Good Night's Sleep Are Happier  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago
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Poll Reveals A Disturbing New Trend About Vaccine Opinions

By: Rachael Rettner Published: 03/06/2015 12:29 AM EST on LiveScience The percentage of Americans who consider vaccines crucial for children has declined slightly in the past decade, according to a new survey. This year, 54 percent of Americans ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago Fewer Americans Say Vaccines Are Crucial  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago

Cyborg roaches could be used to help rescue disaster survivors

Image: Carlos Sanchez/Texas A&M University for LiveScience 2015-03-05 20:45:15 UTC Follow @LiveScience Fleets of cyborg cockroaches could someday roam into damaged nuclear power plants or collapsed mines to carry out reconnaissance or locate ...
 Mashable3 weeks ago Remote-controlled roaches could be sent into disaster zones  IGN Africa3 weeks ago Cyborg Roaches Could Be Used to Find Disaster Survivors  Yahoo! Singapore3 weeks ago Swarms of cyborg roaches could be used to find disaster survivors  Business Insider3 weeks ago
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Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen just discovered a long-lost WWII shipwreck, one of the largest battleships ever

Paul Allen via LiveScience Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has been leading an expedition to find the Musashi — one of the biggest battleships ever built — aboard his high-tech 414-foot-long (125 meters) yacht, the M/Y Octopus. The ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago

You look hotter after 1 drink, but not 2

Health Laura Geggel LiveScience 12 minutes ago People who are trying to impress a date with their good looks might want to limit themselves to one drink, a new study finds. Hill Creek Pictures / /Uppercut RF If you want to ...
 NBCNews.com3 weeks ago Science says you look more attractive after 1 drink, but not 2  Business Insider3 weeks ago
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