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Why Are Rio's Olympic Pools Green And Smelly? Ryan Lochte's Hair Holds The Answer

No, no, NO! Hydrogen peroxide does not turn water green (nor does it make water smell like farts)<p>Whenever I read about the 2016 Summer Olympics, water quality has almost always been mentioned as being the biggest concern. And no wonder, considering that an investigative report published by the AP …

Swimming

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12 signals our body sends to tell us we are too stressed

Our body is an incredibly complex machine that reacts not only to external changes but to internal ones too. Dr. Susan Babel, a psychologist who …

Do You Have a High IQ? 17 Signs That Say You Do

You should be thankful to your parents for instilling you with many of the attributes of an intelligent person--including those insufferable piano lessons.<p>Stupid people tend to overestimate their competence, while smart people tend to sell themselves short. As Shakespeare put it in <i>As You Like It</i>: …

Scientists Built a Biological Computer Inside a Cell

Chemically hacking bacterial DNA allows for a whole new world of biological computation.<p>MIT engineers have developed biological computational circuits capable of both remembering and responding to sequential input data.<p>The group's work, which is described in this week's issue of <i>Science</i>, represents …

If Change Completely Stresses You Out, You Could Have This Disorder

Going away to school, starting a new job, breaking up with someone—every major life moment comes with its fair share of stress. Big changes …

The Brain Receptor Responsible For OCD Has Been Identified

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can manifest itself in a variety of curious ways, ranging from a repetitive urge to wash one’s hands to a …

Neuroscience

How Clever Are You Really? Scientists Can Now Accurately Measure Human Intelligence

This could lead to the creation of truly intelligent AI.<p>How clever do you think you are? Normally we would try and define such a benchmark using …

Synchronicity, Myth, and the New World Order

/ Dec 11, 2012<p>Looking out upon the horrid ruin we seem to have made of the planet, in spite of the kind hearts and good intentions of the vast …

Hunza – The Only People In The World Without Cancer!

Sharing is caring!<p>According to the experts, the only people in the world that do not have cancer are the <b>Hunza people</b>. The key factor about this …

If you think your brain is more than a computer, you must accept this fringe idea in physics

One of the most intriguing speculative arguments in physics and computer science isn't really about physics or computer science at all. It's about the brain — or more precisely, about consciousness — and it's been going on for decades. Its central question: Is the brain fundamentally like a …

Gene editing technique could transform future

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/health/1246000/1246254_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524629189_84817b0ff5891e3e3ff4f8fef99fe124<p><b>CRISPR - get to know this acronym. It's good to know the name of something that could change your future.</b><p>Pronounced "crisper", it is a biological …

A neuroscientist explains why we hear a voice in our heads when we are reading

<i>This post by Paul King appeared originally on Quora as an answer to the question "Where does the voice in our head come from when reading?"</i><p>There are many theories about this, but no definitive answers just yet.<p>There is the phenomenon of "inner speech" which refers to the sense that you can "hear" …

Regenerative medicine: biomaterial scientists converge on Montreal

What if cartilage could be made to repair itself without invasive procedures to knee or hip joints? Internal organs could be printed on a 3D printer? …

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Alzheimer's Disease May Stem From Infections

Alzheimer’s disease may be the result of byproduct that builds up in the brain when it fights infections, according to a new study.<p>The new study, if …

Truly Successful People Never Compromise on These 6 Things

Successful people do their deep work early in the day, when most people are still fast asleep.<p><i>How do smart and successful people maintain sanity and manage their time, career, and lives? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people</i> …

Bisexual Teen Girls May Be More at Risk for Depression, Suicide Ideation

Consider it proof we need to recognize and value ​all​ sexual identities.<p>Almost everyone who is bisexual or questioning has heard the “it’s just a phase" speech from parents or friends, and even heard the message repeated on television or in the media. Bisexual teens are told to choose one or the …

Our DNA is 99.9% the same as the person next to us — and we're surprisingly similar to a lot of other living things

Our bodies have 3 billion genetic building blocks, or base pairs, that make us who we are.<p>And of those 3 billion base pairs, only a tiny amount are unique to us, making us about 99.9% genetically similar to the next human.<p>A recent TED talk by physicist and entrepreneur Riccardo Sabatini …

Genetics

30 years of data shows no link between mobile phones and brain cancer

There is no causal link between mobile phone use and brain cancer, a new epidemiological study by some of Australia's leading cancer specialists says.<p>…

Cancer

Science proves the myth of the “perfect mother” actually makes it harder to be a good parent

Even armed with a Ph.D. in developmental psychology, I remember the frightening first moments after bringing my newborn daughter home from the hospital. I wasn’t sure what to do—and not at all confident that I was capable of being the parent she needed me to be. Every little decision about feeding …

Parenting

By the year 2040, embryo selection could replace sex as the way most of us make babies

Human reproduction is about to undergo a radical shift. Embryo selection, in connection with in-vitro fertilization (IVF), will help our species eliminate many genetic diseases, extend healthy lifespans, and enhance people’s overall well-being. Within 20 years, I predict that it will supplant sex …

Depression Is a Risk for Alzheimer’s: We Need to Know Why.

Studies have consistently shown that people with a history of depression, particularly recurrent or chronic depression, have about twice the risk of …

How to help your brain to learn well

Neuroscience discovers 5 things that will make you happy

So what's going to make you happy? Let's get more specific: What's going to make your <i>brain</i> happy? And let's focus on things that are simple and easy …

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Massive Study Finds Genetic Links To Happiness And Depression

The rush is on to find genetic links to happiness, depression and other psychological traits. In the latest study—one of the largest ever conducted on the subject—more than 190 researchers in 17 countries analyzed genomic data from nearly 300,000 people.<p>The results zeroed in on a handful of genetic …