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Over the years, myths and misinformation have gained big popularity, particularly by being promoted as "healthy" habits, but were never actually backed up by science. At best, these habits are just waste of time and money. At worst, they could actually harm your body.
Ten-month-old babies are able to determine the value of a goal by observing how hard someone is working on achieving it.
Thousands of people waiting in lines since the early morning on Black Friday is not only about the deals, there is a whole science behind.
An implant that is able to zap the brain with electricity has proven to improve people’s scores on memory tests. It may be used in helping with dementia, or even boost the memory.
Can contemporary science solve Darwin’s puzzle of kindness and explain is it worth being kind?
A solution using water jets creates fireworks displays for blind people.
Spending some time in space can cause striking changes in a brain structure. These changes may help in explaining some of the unusual symptoms that astronauts experience after returning to Earth.
Extreme emotional trauma can weaken the heart so much that it can have fatal outcome.