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Can a Selfie Screen You for Heart Disease?

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The Door to Hell Is a Fiery Pit That’s Been Burning Since 1971

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Baby Tortoises Love Faces, and That’s a Big Deal for Science

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Einstein Worried That Science Can't Explain The Now

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How Hollywood Gets Seances Wrong

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How 19th-Century Body-Snatchers Contributed to Medical Science

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Could Parasites Turn Us into Zombies?

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The Martian Moon Phobos Creates a Yearly Solar Eclipse

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Viking Was a Job Description, Not Heredity

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Why Don’t Predators Hunt Their Prey into Extinction?

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Why Social Isolation Could Breed Conspiracy Theorists

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How Romantic Partners Influence Each Other's Relationship Goals

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Our Ability to Drink Milk Evolved Way Faster Than Scientists Thought

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How Superstitions Can Reduce Anxiety

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