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Samsung Gear wearables to be handed out by health insurance company for fitness tracking

Collaborating with UnitedHealthcare and Qualcomm Life, Samsung will be providing Gear Fit2 Pro fitness trackers and Gear Sport smartwatches. Members …

Psilocybin in Magic Mushrooms Hits Brain's 'Reset' Button, Say Scientists

Depressed patients reported feeling a 'kick start'.<p>Magic mushrooms are in the midst of a brand makeover, thanks to scientists who are constantly …

This $200 million start-up is looking to freeze your biological clock

As couples increasingly put off having children, infertility can become an issue. This startup is hoping to eliminate that from the equation.

Startups

HARRY POTTER-Inspired Butterbeer Donuts Will Make You Believe in Magic

If you are a fan of <i>Harry Potter</i>, you are probably obsessed with Butterbeer. Either reading about the beverage in the books or seeing it on the screen …

Compound from deep-water marine sponge could provide antibacterial solutions for MRSA

A compound extracted from a deep-water marine sponge collected near the Bahamas is showing potent antibacterial activity against the drug resistant …

Habitats

This bizarre $15,000 electric car could transform your commute

A new all-electric car just hit the market, but it looks a little different than other electric cars you can buy.<p>Made by the Canadian company Electra Meccanica, the 2017 Solo car boasts three wheels instead of four and is built for just one passenger, hence its name, Solo.<p>The car is not aimed at …

Scientists just solved a long-standing mystery about sense of smell

Scientists still don't understand every aspect about how our sense of smell works — but now, a team of researchers may have solved a long-standing mystery about our noses and brains.<p>Millions of olfactory receptor neurons sit at the back of your nose and relay smells to your brain.<p>Each smell we …

Michael Phelps talks Rio, rehab and retirement with TODAY's Matt Lauer

Michael Phelps is heading into the Rio Olympics this summer as the most decorated Olympian of all time. But in an interview with TODAY’s Matt Lauer, the 18-time gold medalist revealed some surprising details about his last Olympics — that he didn’t even want to compete.<p>"Leading into London, I …

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