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Online gaming addiction has similarities with substance addition though most researchers see it as an impulse-control disorder, similar to problematic gambling.

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So what makes stones thrown this way bounce but others that are thrown differently sink? The answer this we first need to discuss momentum and its conservation.

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If you want to bowl a perfect game, you better listen up and learn some physics before you hit the lanes.

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A frozen disk of vulcanized rubber traveling at speeds upwards of 100 mph is about to be sent into flight... While a blast from the point is exciting for a fan , it turns out to be compelling from a science perspective as well.

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Athlete dreams of being “in the zone”, there’s just one problem. You can’t put yourself into the zone. Sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn’t. That’s where an appointment with a sport psychologist comes in.

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There are many reasons why players choose to tape their sticks, all of which invovle concepts form Physics.

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Whatever your desires or goals in undertaking a bodybuilding routine, it is important to have a properly designed workout routine, tailored to your specific vision of what you want your body to look like.

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Let's take a quick look at the physics of snow and why skis can slide on it. Keep in mind that while I'm using skis as an example, the same physics applies for anything else you dare ride to the bottom of a snow-covered hill!

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The original Pilates Contrology...what's that? Contrology is an exercise method developed by the late Joseph Pilates back in the 1920's and is the origin of what is now commonly referred to as Pilates.

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Your debit card is more than a flexible piece of plastic. The dark strip on the back of the card actually holds all of the financial data that is associated with that card but how does that strip serve as a data storage device?

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