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  • Mysterious New Weapon Revealed?
    Mysterious New Weapon Revealed? OSGEOINT A satellite captured this rare glimpse at a secretive US defense site -- and the bizarre shape of the object on the right has experts salivating....
  • Kim Involves Kris' Ex in Divorce Case
    Kim Involves Kris' Ex in Divorce Case Getty Images Kardashian & Humphries are in the process of settling their divorce -- but what she just threw on the table may change how much he gets...
  • 'Knots Landing' Star Hasn't Aged
    'Knots Landing' Star Hasn't Aged Getty Images Donna Mills hasn't been in the spotlight much since the famed soap opera ended, but she reappeared at a recent event looking amazing. What s...
  • Walgreen's Makes Big Announcement
    Walgreen's Makes Big Announcement Getty Images With 7,890 drugstores throughout the US and Puerto Rico, it's already the nation's largest drug store chain. Now, it's getting bigger. What...
  • Woman Allegedly Groped TSA Agent
    Woman Allegedly Groped TSA Agent NBC2 Most passengers are used to security pat downs. Carol Jean Price had a more confrontational reaction -- and it's led to a battery charge. Awkward in...

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  • What's in That Tub of Cool Whip?
    Filed under: Humor , Health , Weird Science , Weird Stuff Cool Whip: The very name conjures up images of tasty summer treats that even those lame lactose-intolerant (or as we like to cal...
  • First Two Years of College Are Basically Useless
    Filed under: Booze , Happy Hour Hero , Weird Science Our happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with. College students learn very little their freshman and sophomore years. The b...
  • Robot Rock Bands Intend to Replace Human Musicians Forever
    Filed under: Entertainment , Weird Science , Music , Asylum Exclusive When humanity inevitably finds itself at war with our robot nemeses, we know one thing for sure: They'll have their ...
  • Better Looking People Are Smarter
    Filed under: Dating/Love , Happy Hour Hero , Weird Science Our happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with. Attractive people have significantly higher I.Q.s than their frumpier ...
  • Ketchup Robots Make Mess, Set Robot Revolution Back 50 Years
    Filed under: Gear , Video , Weird Science Humanity has accomplished plenty to be proud of: We landed on the moon, created the internal combustion engine and invented the cell phone. Howe...

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  • Well: Of Little Help to Older Knees
    Middle-aged and older patients are unlikely to benefit in the long term from surgery to repair tears in the meniscus, pads of cartilage in the knee, a new review of studies has found.
  • Well: A Benefit of Legal Marijuana
    A new study has found evidence that legal access to marijuana is associated with fewer opioid overdose deaths, but researchers said their findings should not be used as the basis for the ...
  • Well: Birth Weight and Diabetes
    African-Americans born at low birth weight are at an increased risk for Type 2 diabetes later in life, a new study has found.
  • Well: Don’t Catch What Ails Your House
    It doesn’t take a flood to encourage the growth of mold in a home. A moist environment will do. A runny nose, coughing and all the rest typically follow.
  • Well: Possible Risks of S.S.R.I. Antidepressants to Newborns
    Researchers are finding more evidence that women who take S.S.R.I. depressants like Prozac and Zoloft increase the likelihood of a variety of health problems in their newborns.

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  • Slideshow: Animal Tracks: World Cup edition
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  • Well: Of Little Help to Older Knees
    Middle-aged and older patients are unlikely to benefit in the long term from surgery to repair tears in the meniscus, pads of cartilage in the knee, a new review of studies has found.
  • Well: A Benefit of Legal Marijuana
    A new study has found evidence that legal access to marijuana is associated with fewer opioid overdose deaths, but researchers said their findings should not be used as the basis for the ...
  • Well: Birth Weight and Diabetes
    African-Americans born at low birth weight are at an increased risk for Type 2 diabetes later in life, a new study has found.
  • Well: Don’t Catch What Ails Your House
    It doesn’t take a flood to encourage the growth of mold in a home. A moist environment will do. A runny nose, coughing and all the rest typically follow.
  • Well: Possible Risks of S.S.R.I. Antidepressants to Newborns
    Researchers are finding more evidence that women who take S.S.R.I. depressants like Prozac and Zoloft increase the likelihood of a variety of health problems in their newborns.

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  • Personal Drones: Are They a Public Hazard?
    DIY drone enthusiasts speak out about safety -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
  • Can Humans Cause Earthquakes? - Instant Egghead
    We're digging deeper into Earth's crust than we ever have before, pulling water up and pumping it down. As Scientific American editor David Biello explains, these are just a few of the ma...
  • Is Spring Fever Real? – Instant Egghead #68
    Spring fever: that phenomenon that lifts our moods and awakens our libido from hibernation after a long winter. But is it real? Scientific American contributor Yasmin Tayag explains. -- R...
  • Lonely Star Cluster Kicked Out of Its Galaxy
    Once part of the M87 galaxy, the star cluster HVGC-1 was ejected and is now speeding away at more than two million miles per hour -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
  • What Is Vertigo?
    Is the world spinning, and you don't know why? Scientific American MIND editor Ingrid Wickelgren explains how your inner ear can make you dizzy. Produced & edited by Eric R.... -- Read m...
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