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After testosterone rush of hunting, men's 'love hormone' surges upon return home

From hunting grounds to athletic fields to trading floors, men moving together in packs, and sometimes alone, are typically engaged in what anthropologists term "male status competition." And their levels of testosterone--the hallmark hormone of maleness--tend to rise accordingly.<p>But a new study …

Kraft recalls 242,000 boxes of potentially metal-contaminated Mac & Cheese

'Consumers who purchased this product should not eat it.'<p>Kraft Foods is already notorious as the brand behind Cool Whip, Cheez Whiz, and a peculiar variety of avocado-free guacamole, but here's another good reason to avoid its products: metal contamination. This week, 242,000 cases of Kraft …

Do Microbes Get Stressed?

Welcome back. Here is the second part of my three-part series on stress, in which I explore whether the organisms I talk about most on this blog—plants, microbes, and insects—get stressed out. For more on why I’m doing this, check out last week’s post about plant stress.<p>This week I’ve been thinking …

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Four 2015 Energy Ideas 'Back to the Future' Got (Almost) Right

Hoverboards, flying cars, and auto-fueling are closer than you think, and garbage energy is here.<p>Energy is so cheap and easy in 2015 that we all have flying cars and robot gas attendants. That's not the reality as of New Year's Day, of course, but rather the "future" depicted in the hit 1989 movie</i> …