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Baabuk - Warmest shoe ever

How it all started<p>The Baabuk adventure started with a pair of traditional Russian Valenki shoes found two years ago under the Christmas tree.<p>On the …

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Parents' Saliva On Pacifiers Could Ward Off Baby's Allergies

That word "microbiome" — describing the collection of bacteria that live in and on our bodies — keeps popping up. This time, researchers say that children whose parents clean their pacifiers by sucking them might be less likely to develop allergic conditions because of how their parents' saliva …

FYI: What Is The Evolutionary Purpose Of Tickling?

You probably know that you can't tickle yourself. And although you might be able to tickle a total stranger, your brain also strongly discourages you from doing something so socially awkward. These facts offer insight into tickling's evolutionary purpose, says Robert R. Provine, a neuroscientist at …

Gene Linked To Alzheimer's Poses A Special Threat To Women

A gene associated with Alzheimer's disease appears especially dangerous to women and may be one reason that more women than men are diagnosed with the disease.<p>The gene, known as APOE4, increases the risk of developing Alzheimer's in both sexes. But a study published Monday in the <i>Annals of Neurology</i> …

Alzheimer's Disease risk may begin in the womb

Mothers who eat high fat foods while pregnant may leave their children more vulnerable to developing Alzheimer's Disease<p>A pregnant mother's eating habits may influence her unborn child's chances of developing Alzheimer's, new research has suggested.<p>Scientists found that offspring of mice fed a …

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