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Sex May Be Good for Older Women, Bad for Older Men
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China’s Planning to Build a Lab Under the Sea
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Seoul Tries to Battle Smartphone Zombies
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Scholars Could Crack the Code of the Etruscan Language With Big, New Find
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Monopoly the Board Game Is Headed for Broadway
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Mobile Device Distraction as Effective in Kids as Sedative
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Why the iPhone 7 Release Just Isn't That Exciting
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Hear and Now: Arachnids, Autism and the Anthropocene
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Bragging Could Be Dragging Down Your Online Dating Profile
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Ridiculous History: A Wild West Governor Wore Shoes of Human Skin
A Wild West governor once wore a pair of shoes made of the skin of an executed felon named Big Nose George. The gruesome but true story is predictably involved.
 

 
 


One in Six Say They'd Rather Die 'Young.' What Age Is That?
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A Year in Isolation: What We Learned From the Latest Mars Simulation
In the HI-SEAS project, scientists lived together in cramped isolation on Hawaii, simulating the kind of challenges that would bedevil interplanetary explorers
 

 
 


Superlong-Lasting Smartphone Battery to Hit Market Next Year
For years, scientists tried to make smartphone batteries that lasted a lot longer but were no bigger than current ones. They seem to have finally cracked the code.
 

 

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