Scientists Did an Actual Study on Hugs, And It's Making Us Feel Warm Inside
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Scientists Did an Actual Study on Hugs, And It's Making Us Feel Warm Inside

If you're feeling a little out of practice after a few years of avoiding physical touch, you'd be forgiven. The study will help identify the perfect
Is a Lush Beard a Signal of Having More Testosterone? Not So Fast, Says New Study
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Is a Lush Beard a Signal of Having More Testosterone? Not So Fast, Says New Study

Peacock courtship is no small affair. The peacock gyrates a fan of shimmering feathers to impress his potential partner. The peacock will be out of
Romantic Attraction Is Linked to Synchronized Heartbeats, Dating Experiment Reveals
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Romantic Attraction Is Linked to Synchronized Heartbeats, Dating Experiment Reveals

A new study has shown that sweaty palms, along with your heartbeat, could be your most attractive feature. Researchers conducted a dating experiment
Pioneering Study Constructs The First Body-Map For Hallucination Sensations
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Pioneering Study Constructs The First Body-Map For Hallucination Sensations

About 1 in 30 people will experience at most one episode of psychosis in their lifetime. Although most discussions about hallucinations are focused
In New York City, You Can Climb Up the Exterior of a 1,200-Foot Skyscraper
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In New York City, You Can Climb Up the Exterior of a 1,200-Foot Skyscraper

New York's cityscape is breathtaking. Manhattan's five observation decks cost $40 per person to view the city from its highest points. Tourists
People Who Believe COVID Conspiracies More Likely to Test Positive, Study Confirms
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People Who Believe COVID Conspiracies More Likely to Test Positive, Study Confirms

Since the beginning of the pandemic, conspiracies about COVID-19 have been spreading like wildfire. They disseminated a lot of misinformation about
What Makes People Hesitate to Get Vaccinated? Psychologists Break It Down
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What Makes People Hesitate to Get Vaccinated? Psychologists Break It Down

Vaccines have saved lives since the invention of smallpox vaccine over 200 years ago. To ensure that vaccines are safe for entire communities, they
Volunteers on Covid jab trials should get travel certificates, say top scientists
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Volunteers on Covid jab trials should get travel certificates, say top scientists

Senior government scientists from Canada, Europe, and the UK have asked for vaccination certificates for volunteers participating in Covid jab
Facebook wants machines to see the world through our eyes
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Facebook wants machines to see the world through our eyes

Facebook AI Research (FAIR), a division of Facebook, has partnered with 13 universities to create the largest ever set of first-person video
Study Shows Adults Who Stutter Stop if They Think No One Is Listening
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Study Shows Adults Who Stutter Stop if They Think No One Is Listening

Over 70 million people around the world are believed to suffer from stuttering speech impairments, including the President of the United States.