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Experiment nails down new properties of water

Researchers have uncovered new molecular properties of water.<p>Liquid water is an excellent transporter of its own autoionization products; that is, …

National Science Foundation

3 Foods You Probably Eat That Are Dangerous For Your Brain According To Science

Seven years ago, Max Lugavere was sitting at the dinner table when he asked his mother to pass the salt. The simple request should have take a fraction of a second, but it took his mother three or four. Those were the first signs that something was wrong. Within a few months, he and his brother …

Nutrition

Chemicals in beef jerky and hot dogs linked to mania

Chemicals used to cure beef jerky, salami, hot dogs, and other processed meat snacks may contribute to mania, an abnormal mood state characterized by …

Jerky

Study: Flying often could be bad for your health

<b>(Getty Images)</b><p>A new study emphasizes the need for more regulations and safety measures to protect crew and passengers<p>Nicole Karlis<p>July 17, 2018 10:00pm (UTC)<p>From a fatality standpoint, flying is safer than ever: Airplane crashes have decreased in the last few decades. Still, from a public health …

Public Health

What would it mean for AI to have a soul?

To ask whether it’s even possible, we first must understand and define what a soul actually is, argues Brandon Ambrosino.<p><i>Siri, do you believe in God?</i><p><i>“Humans have religion. I just have silicon.”</i><p><i>Siri, do you believe in God?</i><p><i>“I eschew theological disquisition.”</i><p><i>Siri</i>, I insist, <i>do you believe in God</i>?<p><i>“I</i> …

Artificial Intelligence

Iceland has the DNA data to notify people of cancerous genes, but is wary of ethics concerns | McClatchy Washington Bureau

Sometime in the future, U.S. researchers will be able to press a button and reliably identify the thousands of people who carry cancer-causing genes, …

Are Low-Alcohol Cocktails Actually "Healthier"?

Maintaining a comfortable buzz can be a futile effort when you're at a bottomless boozy brunch, because just a couple free-flowing Bloody Marys, …

Las Vegas Aces upping the professional sports ante

Las Vegas has arguably held the title of “Basketball Capital of America” for years, as the city is home to the NBA Summer League, Team USA …

Women's Weekend Football Fixtures 16th and 17th June 2018

Women’s Weekend Football Fixtures 16th and 17th June 2018<p>(All Matches are in British UK Time, All Kick-Off’s are 14:00 Unless Stated)<p>Saturday 16th …

Women power taking over bollywood!

A post shared by Swara Bhasker (@reallyswara) on May 28, 2018 at 11:23am PDT<p>Why is there so much fuss about this scene? Masturbating is as normal as …

Chennai's Dhivya Suryadevara named first female CFO of General Motors

One more moment of pride for the city of Chennai, as city native Dhivya Suryadevara has been appointed as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) of the US …

From Wardrobe Wars to Bad-Boyfriend Championships: The OTHER sports we take seriously

They may not be golf or marathons or sailing, but there are some sports we take very, very seriously. Be afraid.<p>The Late-cancellation League<p>Have you ever played a game of cancel chicken with a Midult? Take it on at your peril. It’s like that race on Thunder Road in Grease, except you are not …

A Day in the Life of Jen Gotch, the Female Badass Behind the Multimillion-Dollar Company Ban.do

On top of sharing how she runs her thriving retail business, Ban.do, Jen Gotch opens up about her own mental health issues, how she stays organized and the best way for her to be productive.<p><i>Editor's Note: A Day in the Life is a series in which women leaders and entrepreneurs share a</i> …

Mental Health

Wall Street wants more female traders, but old perceptions die hard

NEW YORK (Reuters) - As a biomedical engineering student at Duke University, Priya Karani thought she did not have the right skills to break into the heavily male-dominated field of Wall Street trading.<p>"I was never interested in a career in trading at a bank because I didn’t know it was an option," …

9 Common Sex Injuries—And How to Deal

For when love literally hurts.<p>Sex is usually a pretty wonderful thing...until, that is, issues arise. There are those annoying situations, like being left sans orgasm (ugh). And then there are other times when sex can be downright hazardous.<p>Sex injuries happen more often than you might think—so you …

Women's Suicide Rates Are Increasing Faster Than Men's. We Asked Experts Why

No one knows exactly what's driving this alarming trend.<p>Suicide rates are rising across the country, up 30% since 1999. But a new report from the …

How Trump's New Title X Funding Rules Could Literally "Bankrupt" You For Having A Cervix

When Christy Miceli got a call from Planned Parenthood telling her that the results of her pap smear were abnormal, she thought there must have been …

Fewer teens having sex, doing drugs but more are depressed

Fewer high school students are having sex than ever before, federal health officials reported Thursday. And they’re also less likely than some earlier generations to abuse drugs, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s annual survey on teen behavior finds.<p>But kids report that bullying at …

High School

How water gets from the blood to the brain

Researchers have discovered how water moves from the blood to the brain.<p>Every day around half a liter of water moves from the blood to the brain …

30 Days of Vegan Recipes

Eating vegan is no easy feat, but it certainly can be done—even deliciously. Here, 30 incredible vegan recipes for a full month of vegan eating.<p>1 of …

Tennessee lawmaker says pornography is a 'root cause' of school shootings

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Republican Rep. Diane Black of Tennessee recently cited pornography, along with the deterioration of the family and violent movies, as a contributing factor to gun violence in schools.<p>Black made the remarks during a listening session with local pastors last week, according to …

Mental Disorders

I'm a CEO, and This Is How I Really Spend My Time Every Day

The role does have its perks, but it's not what most people imagine.<p><i>What does a CEO of a start-up do? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world</i>.<p><b>Answer by Heidi Zak, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of ThirdLove,</b> …

13 People Reveal How Sexism In The '90s Differed From The Sexism Women Experience Today

As we progress as a society, the hope is that, with each passing year, things turn out a little bit more equal than they were the year before. That …

Desert Bees Have a Secret: How to Survive a Decade of Drought

Bees are most diverse in arid places. Will their strategies hold up in a changing climate — and can we learn enough about them before it’s too …

Scientists discover how breast cancer hibernates: study

PARIS (AFP) -<p>Scientists have identified the mechanism that allows breast cancer cells to lie dormant in other parts of the body only to reemerge years later with lethal force, according to a study published Tuesday.<p>In experiments with human cells and live mice, researchers showed that disabling the …

Earth's Shifting Crust Linked to Climate Change, Scientists Propose

By Tim Radford<p>Movements of the earth's crust may mean that global warming driven by greenhouse gases from power stations and vehicle exhausts isn't …

Forget Smartphone Addiction. Here's What Experts Are Really Worried About

Our phones are not the problem when it comes to gadget addiction. It's this.<p>It's not the smartphone in your hand. It's not the tablet or the laptop. Reports about shiny objects captivating us all day miss the mark by a long shot. Apple is not to blame for making a useful phone, and Google is not to …

CRISPR and DNA ‘barcode’ track cancer growth

Scientists have found a way to modify pairs of cancer-related genes in the lungs of mice and then precisely track individual cells of the resulting …

Severe heat wave roasts parts of Asia, at least 7 countries break monthly records

It may be unusually cold in the eastern U.S. right now, but in parts of Asia, dangerous, scorching heat has been breaking records.<p>At least seven …

Global Warming

Are we ready for the deadly heat waves of the future?

As heat waves become more common, cities try to respond.