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Separation Anxiety

Ten years before the concrete slabs went up in Posadas, Argentina began implementing a law that established migration as a human right and extended all constitutional rights to every immigrant in the country, regardless...

Monkeys Can Make Stone Tools, Too

Monkeys Can Make Stone Tools, Too

When these monkeys bang rocks together, they make stone flakes that resemble those archaeologists believe humans made two million to three million years ago.

Is Gluten Really That Bad? It Depends…

Is Gluten Really That Bad? It Depends…

For many people, avoiding gluten has become a cultural as well as a dietary choice. Gluten allergies and sensitivities are on the rise and we hear about this everywhere. As it turns out, there is a...

Easy Ways To Improve Digestion and Speed Up Metabolism Naturally

Easy Ways To Improve Digestion and Speed Up Metabolism Naturally

As a general rule of thumb –  the bigger the meal, the harder it will be for you to stay awake! When you eat a lot at once, your parasympathetic nervous system ends up...

Start Over In Life

Start Over In Life

When your Facebook page has over 1,600,000 “Likes”, you are a social media star. There are a lot of them out there nowadays. Natalie Jill’s path has been different from most of them. But...

Transylvania Cave Offers a View Into Europe’s Past Climate

Transylvania Cave Offers a View Into Europe’s Past Climate

Romania’s Scarisoara Ice Cave holds the world’s oldest cave glacier, built up by water dripping into the cavern over thousands of years. The region’s weather is shaped by the currents of both the Atlantic...

Listening to Poetry Really Can Give You Chills and Goosebumps

Listening to Poetry Really Can Give You Chills and Goosebumps

To examine how poetry affects listeners, Wassiliwizky and his team conducted two experiments. For the first, the researchers monitored the heart, face, and skin hair activity of 27 native German speakers as they listened...

The Secret to a Better Battery Might Just Be Floating in Thin Air

The Secret to a Better Battery Might Just Be Floating in Thin Air

A battery that relies on the most common gas in Earth’s atmosphere may be a more environmentally friendly way to produce and store power, but there are some bugs to work out, Chinese scientists...