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Kid’s academic achievement? Scale tips towards genetics

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Some scientific work suggests parenting activities don't impact intelligence in children much and have little impact on academic achievement. Is ...
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Worried you have cancer? Take a Google pill!

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Google X, Google’s research unit, is working on technology that combines disease-detecting nanoparticles, which would enter a patient's bloodstream via ...
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Can humans really tell apart a trillion smells?

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New research questions study that claimed humans can discriminate 1 trillion smells. Scientists do belieive that there is a chance ...
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Confessions of Boulder, Colorado liberal: Why I opposed GMO ‘right to know’ bill

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One Colorado resident reviews the evidence and changed her mind on various proposals for the mandatory labeling of GMOs ...
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Depression researchers look ahead for ‘golden age’ of research by drawing on cancer’s track record

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Advances in cancer diagnosis and treatment could yield valuable insights for depression researchers, who struggle to understand the role of ...
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Can you think your way out of the depression box?

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A form of therapy that focuses on changing negative thoughts and behaviors is showing promise in the treatment of depression ...
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Spray-on DNA bar codes help trace food-borne illnesses

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If farms sprayed their unique DNA signature on foods, the source of contamination in food born outbreaks could be identified ...
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Fatal Retraction: Downside of early cancer detection

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Google recently promised to develop early-detection technology for cancer, heart disease and strokes. While early diagnosis might seem like a ...