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A Quarter of Scientific Findings May Be Hype

Science likely has a "spin" problem. According to a new study in PLOS Biology, more than a quarter of biomedical research papers...

u200bDoes Social Media Make Us Socially Isolated?

This study isn't the first to examine the association between social media and social isolation, but it is the first large-scale study to do...

People Who Can’t Feel Pain Show How We’ve Been Wrong All...

What is pain? Ask a poet and they may tell you the never-ending torment of true love, but ask a scientist and they'll likely...

Long-Term Thinking Is Best, New Study Shows

Good morning.Does pressure to deliver short-term earnings undermine the long-term performance of U.S. companies?That's been a hotly-debated issue in corporate America for a long...

Has Neuroscience Been Looking In the Wrong Place All Along?

Philosopher has a major concern about the most fundamental assumption neurosciencists make: That the brain is where our consciousness lives. He says that's like...

Experts reveal the long debated question: Do vegetarians really live longer?

(NaturalNews) It's an age-old question that goes something along the lines of: does avoiding meat really help a person to live a longer, happier,...