It only took a `perfect storm` to fell Ice Age giants  Jun 18, 12:56 pm
Washington D.C, Jun 18 (ANI): Turns out, Ice Age giants, including elephant-sized sloths and powerful sabre-toothed cats that once roamed the windswept plains of Patagonia, southern South America, were finally felled by a perfect storm of a rapidly warming climate and humans.
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The surprising secret to discovering your true self  Jun 18, 9:28 am
Washington D.C, Jun 18 (ANI): Waking up to who you are is not that hard; it just requires a little faith in free will, suggests a pair of studies.
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World's first 1,000-processor chip  Jun 18, 8:26 am
Washington D.C, Jun 18 (ANI): A team of researchers has developed a microchip containing 1,000 independent programmable processors.
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Memory-boosting trick: Exercise 4 hours after learning  Jun 17, 8:50 am
Washington D.C, Jun 17 (ANI): Turns out, going to the gym not only makes you stronger, but also smarter.
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`Socially enforced nepotism` encourages us to help far-flung kin  Jun 16, 8:38 am
Washington D.C, Jun 16 (ANI): So, why do people assist distant relatives? Mathematical simulations by a University of Utah anthropologist suggest "socially enforced nepotism" encourages helping far-flung kin.
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Here`s how butterflies got their eyespots  Jun 16, 8:00 am
Washington D.C, Jun 16 (ANI): Genome editing in butterflies has revealed how they got the showy eyespots on the wings.
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How happy you feel dictated by feelings of guilt, envy for others  Jun 15, 3:45 pm
Washington D.C, Jun 15 (ANI): Back in 2014, a team of researchers came up with an equation to predict happiness and now, they have updated it to take other people's fortunes into account.
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When `sad` music hits a `happy` note  Jun 15, 1:45 pm
Washington D.C, Jun 15 (ANI): Turn up those tearjerkers and dig out your Radiohead albums as a team of researchers has found that sad music can actually lift your mood.
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Citizen journalism opens door to cyber bullying  Jun 15, 1:17 pm
Washington D.C, Jun 15 (ANI): Often hailed as a more democratic form of journalism, citizen journalism, where the public contributes to the reporting, analysis and dissemination of news, has a dark side, according to a recent study.
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`Traffic-light` nutrition labels cut calorie intake by 10pc  Jun 15, 12:45 pm
Washington D.C, Jun 15 (ANI): Now, online meal-ordering platforms can lead the way in the war against obesity by using traffic light nutrition label system, according to a recent study.
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Eat cranberries to keep urinary infections at bay  Jun 15, 9:49 am
Washington D.C., June 15 (ANI): If you are one of those who often suffer from urinary tract infections (UTIs), then you must start having cranberries, as a new study has found that it can be nutritional approach for reducing symptomatic UTIs.
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Video games may kill your precious sleep  Jun 14, 4:23 pm
Washington, D.C., June 14 (ANI): A new study has found that video gaming affects sleeping patterns.
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Bendable, wearable promises new nanomaterial  Jun 14, 3:40 pm
Washington D.C., June 14 (ANI): An international team of nano-materials researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Korea University have produced an ultrathin film that is both transparent and highly conductive to electric current.
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Seems like Himalaya is facing some tension  Jun 14, 3:25 pm
Washington D.C., June 14 (ANI): The Gorkha earthquake, that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, the magnitude 7.8 jolt, which was very shallow (only 15 km underground), caused a tremendous amount of damage in Kathmandu.
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Here's how early building blocks of life is produced   Jun 14, 2:29 pm
Washington D.C., June 14 (ANI): Professor Chris Arumainayagam's recent research shows first systematic study to demonstrate that early building blocks of life may be produced when low-energy electrons interact with cosmic ices.
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Aquatic life picked up after global mass extinction, says research  Jun 14, 1:17 pm
Washington D.C., June 14 (ANI): Turns out, reptiles were pretty quick to recover and invade the seas after a global extinction wiped out most life on Earth.
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Kids likely to trust smarter people: Study  Jun 14, 1:15 pm
Washington, D.C., June 14 (ANI): Children's trustworthiness is linked to how attractive the people look, says a new study.
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A cup of coffee might not help you sail through night  Jun 14, 10:09 am
Washington D.C., June 14 (ANI): A new research has found out that caffeine fails to improve alertness or performance after three nights of restrictive sleep to five hours per night.
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Now, a super-Jupiter in our Milky Way galaxy  Jun 14, 10:02 am
Washington D.C., June 14 (ANI): Bigger than Jupiter, a new planet in the constellation Cygnus is the largest discovered planet found orbiting two stars.
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Now, a map that reveals light pollution around globe  Jun 13, 1:50 pm
Washington D.C., June 13 (ANI): A team of researchers has created a world atlas of artificial sky luminance, which details how light pollution is filling our world.
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Now, an implant to ease sleep apnea  Jun 13, 11:19 am
Washington D.C, Jun 13 (ANI): Sleeping through the night is difficult when your airway won't stay open, but now, a team of researchers has come up with an implantable device that can cut the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
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