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Studying Chaos With One of the World’s Fastest Cameras

There are things in life that can be predicted reasonably well. The tides rise and fall. The Moon waxes and wanes. A billiard ball...

Junk Food Linked to Sleep Problems in Teens

Eating too much junk food has been linked to poor sleep quality in teens, a University of Queensland-led study has found. Researcher Associate Professor Asad Khan said frequent...

African Crocodiles Lived in Spain 6 Million Years Ago

Millions of years ago, several species of crocodiles of different genera and characteristics inhabited Europe and sometimes even coexisted. But among all these species,...

Your Brain Activity Depends on Who You’re Talking To

Your brain responds differently when talking to a person from a different socioeconomic group than during a conversation with someone of a similar background,...

A Return to the Wild for Better Immune Health

Revegetating green spaces within cities can improve soil quality and has been linked to better immune health in humans. To better understand the relationship...

Study Reveals Gut Health Benefits Begin in Utero

Gut health through the gut’s microbiome — a complex, dense mixture of bacteria, fungi, and other microbes — plays an integral role in human...

New Intermittent Fasting Study Finds Dieters Shed Muscle, Not Fat

Intermittent fasting, also known as time-restricted eating, is the “in” diet right now, but a new study revealed surprising results. Dieters achieved minimal results...

Looking for Pieces of Venus? Try the Moon

A growing body of research suggests the planet Venus may have had an Earth-like environment billions of years ago, with water and a thin...

Astronomers Model, Determine How Disk Galaxies Evolve So Smoothly

Computer simulations are showing astrophysicists how massive clumps of gas within galaxies scatter some stars from their orbits, eventually creating the smooth, exponential fade...

Accuracy of El Niño Simulation Hones Climate Change Estimates

Correctly simulating ocean current variations hundreds of feet below the ocean surface — the so-called Pacific Equatorial Undercurrent — during El Niño events is...

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