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Why do humans don’t have penis bone?

Do you ever wonder why humans, unlike other mammals, don’t possess a bone in their joystick? Believe it or not, it has something to do with the human’s preference for

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Bringing laptop to class may do more harm than good

Students these days have ditched old-school notebooks in favor of multitasking laptops. In fact, many schools and universities even require students to bring laptops to class. However, a new study

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Science says sex exists to avoid diseases

If you try to look at sex at an evolutionary perspective, it’s a waste of time and energy. Yet sex has become the most dominant way the world’s fauna and

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Laundry and Kitchen Room Hacks that’ll save you cost and effort

Modern homemakers face a big challenge in balancing work and making sure that their family gets the best care at home. Difficult as it may seem, taking care of the

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15 Foods You Should Not Store In The Fridge

The refrigerator is one of the most important appliances in a kitchen since it keeps food safe for consumption. However, not all foods stay fresh and safe inside the ref. Here

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Kidney stones giving you pain? Then hop on a rollercoaster

When patients of urologist Dr. David Wartinger approached him one after the other with reports of painlessly passing kidney stones after visits to amusement parks, the doctor knew he just

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Researchers say you can now erase painful memories

Negative memories from bad breakups, loss of a loved one or traumatic experiences can haunt us for the rest of our lives and cause anxiety, depression, phobia, and even trigger post-traumatic

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Short attention span? Try learning a new language

A recent study by UK-based researchers shows that learning a second language can prove to have positive effects on the brain. Scientists have observed that bilingual people are better at

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Science says students learn more from attractive teachers

Do good looks mean good grades? A teacher’s physical appearance may play a big role in student learning, according to a study carried out by researchers at the University of Nevada.

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‘You’re not lazy, you’re smart!’ says Science

Would you rather stare off into space or occupy yourself with some activity, any activity, as long as you don’t stay idle? If you answered spacing out, then you might