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What Do This Year’s High Pollen Counts Mean? This Allergy Season Is for Real

What Do This Year’s High Pollen Counts Mean? This Allergy Season Is for Real

admin March 25, 2016 0

Now begins the season of sniffles, itchy eyes, and scratchy throats: Pollen counts all over the country are high. But what does “high” mean, exactly? Before we know that pollen is high we’ve got to

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Scientists Find Regular Aspirin Use Lowers Overall Cancer Risk

Scientists Find Regular Aspirin Use Lowers Overall Cancer Risk

admin March 5, 2016 0

Aspirin has long been known to confer various benefits when it comes to health, and now a new study suggests the medication could lower people’s overall risk of developing cancer. According to research led

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How Bad Will Allergy Season Be This Spring?

How Bad Will Allergy Season Be This Spring?

admin March 5, 2016 0

Suffer from seasonal allergies? Depending on where you live, you may already be sneezing, sniffling and rubbing your itchy eyes. And you may be in for a whopper of a spring. The first pollen

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Here Are Astronaut Scott Kelly’s Awesome Photos From His Year in Space

Here Are Astronaut Scott Kelly’s Awesome Photos From His Year in Space

admin March 3, 2016 0

After 340 weightless days, Scott Kelly is finally back on Earth. Strapped into a Russian Soyuz capsule, the NASA astronaut and his fellow crew member, Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko, landed safely in Kazakhstan just

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What Your Eye Color Says About You

What Your Eye Color Says About You

admin March 1, 2016 0

Your eyes can be a window into your soul, and some say that your eyes — be them baby blue, sexy green or deep, mysterious brown — may reveal even more. Like how well

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Surgeons Just Performed the First Uterus Transplant in the U.S.

Surgeons Just Performed the First Uterus Transplant in the U.S.

admin February 29, 2016 0

During a 9-hour surgery performed by Cleveland Clinic transplant and gynecological surgeons on Feb. 24, a 26-year-old woman received the first uterus transplant in the United States. The womb came from a deceased organ

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Social Media is Really Messing With Your Sleep

Social Media is Really Messing With Your Sleep

admin January 27, 2016 0

Instagram models and Snapchat gurus might want to proceed with caution. According to researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, frequent social media users probably aren’t sleeping too well. The study, which

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Stephen Hawking Confirms the Next 100 Years on Earth Will Be Pretty Awful

Stephen Hawking Confirms the Next 100 Years on Earth Will Be Pretty Awful

admin January 21, 2016 0

If Wednesday’s news of a possible Pluto replacement planet had you feeling hopeful and excited about the future, then maybe you should simply chill for a moment. Earth, at least according to Stephen Hawking,

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There Are Hundreds Of Spiders And Insects Living In Your Home Right Now

There Are Hundreds Of Spiders And Insects Living In Your Home Right Now

admin January 19, 2016 0

Science has confirmed what anyone who’s heard a scratching nose in their ear already knew: We’re never alone. You might think you’re spending a nice, quiet evening by yourself on the couch at your

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Science Proves Why Funny People Are Smarter

Science Proves Why Funny People Are Smarter

admin January 5, 2016 0

Researchers Gil Greengross and Geoffrey Miller, both from the University of New Mexico, and Rod A. Martin from the University of Western Ontario, involved students in an interesting study and came to the conclusion

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