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12/12/17

The new map-making method could help fight poverty around the globe, thanks to its greater accuracy and cheaper cost.

12/5/17

Babies raised hearing one language spoken with different accents may help researchers understand more about how we learn to communicate.

12/4/17

"This study represents the most rigorous analysis to date of samples suspected to derive from anomalous or mythical 'hominid'-like creatures."

11/29/17

New research says other personality traits may buffer against the risks that come along with neuroticism.

11/29/17

Not electronically sharing records with health providers can lead to higher costs or medical errors. Educating patients on privacy could get more to opt in.

11/28/17

"We now can state that schizophrenia is a disorder of faulty brain construction that occurs early in development, corresponding to the first trimester..."

11/20/17

Too much time alone can be harmful to your health, but new research ties a certain kind of solitude to creativity.

11/16/17

Even light physical activity, such as folding clothes or sweeping, can benefit older women, research shows.

11/10/17

Giant otters from 6 million years ago had "crushing teeth and robust jaws," research shows.

10/26/17

The sex that our ancestors had with Neanderthals tens of thousands of years ago may have an influence on our well-being today.

9/22/16

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