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Is climate change dampening our ability to fight the coronavirus and other diseases?

Scientific American | 
Scientists have long known that the rise in average global temperatures is expanding the geographical presence of vector-borne diseases such ...
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Are first-borns really more assertive? How birth order affects personality

Scientific American | 
In spite of sharing genes and environments, siblings are often not as similar in nature as one might think. But ...
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Are people with ADHD really more creative than the rest of us?

Scientific American | 
Those affected by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are clinically thought of as inattentive, hyperactive and impulsive. However, people with ...
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Do we really seek partners who look like our parents?

Scientific American | 
Time and again, we’ve heard the assertion that we’re attracted to partners who look like our parents. … An example ...

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