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Speaking a Foreign Language Really Does Get Easier After You Have...

Take a quick tipple and you could find yourself speaking a second tongue more naturally, according to new research.The foreign language skills of participants...

Study Says Man’s Best Friend Uses ‘Sad Puppy Face’ to Communicate

While every dog owner is aware of the "puppy dog eyes" expression that their pooches put on in an attempt to get some cuddles...

World pollution deadlier than wars, disasters, hunger: study

Environmental pollution - from filthy air to contaminated water - is killing more people every year than all war and violence in the world,...

Dogs Really Do Pull Faces to Communicate With Us, Says New...

Dogs are much more facially expressive when they're around their human friends than when they're by themselves or with other dogs, and move their...

Scientists shocked by 75 percent decline in flying insect numbers

Bees, moths, and other flying insects can be a bit of a nuisance when you're trying to enjoy a nice sunny day outside, but...

Belgian study links tumor growth with sugar intake

New research shows that sugar fuels cancer cells. A team of molecular biologists in Belgium have compiled research for nine years regarding sugar and...

Schizophrenia Fries More of The Brain’s Wiring Than We Thought, Study...

Schizophrenia can disrupt the entire communication system running through the brain, a new study has found, affecting more regions of the mind than scientists...

Sorry, White Men: Too Much Exercise Might Be Killing You

Whoever said you can never have too much of a good thing had obviously not stumbled upon the new study published by researchers in...

New Drug Could End Need for Daily Medication for HIV Patients

Published in the Cell Reports journal Tuesday, researchers at the Scripps Research Institute revealed a promising new HIV therapy that may not require people...

How to dump someone the humane way | Toronto Star

Planning on dumping a partner, firing an employee or otherwise delivering bad news to someone this week? A new Brigham Young University study offers...