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Babies Recognize Each Other’s Moods, Study Says
Babies know when other babies are behaving badly. Now if only they could scold each other...
What Science Says About Arousal During Rape
Yes, orgasms can happen to rape victims.
6 Of The Weirdest Things Science Has Recently Revealed About The Past
Ancient toothaches, smells, franken-mummies, and more!
Why I Let My Students Cheat On Their Game Theory Exam
Teaching people game theory is good. Making them live it is even better, says UCLA professor Peter Nonacs.
Pass The Prozac: Fruit Flies Get Depressed, Too
The discovery of depression-like behavior in insects shows depression has deep roots in the animal kingdom.
New Science Identifies Brain Damage In Living Football Players
UCLA researchers discover brain damage that previously couldn’t be seen until after players died--a finding that could help save players' lives.