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Robots have been entertaining us for years, but how close are we to this "futuristic" technology? Humanoid robots exist today; just look at Honda's ASIMO, Sony's QRIO, or Mitsubishi's Wakamaru.

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Summer is now officially upon us, but with just a little negligence the golden tan become an ugly shade of red. But what is actually happening to your skin to cause these effects?

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Lately it seems like all the foods we love are bad for our health. So it does not come as a surprise that cola beverages can have adverse effects on our bone mineral density.

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Some scientists believe that thrill-seekers are hardwired differently than risk-avoiders. Thrill-seekers may have fewer dopamine receptors (dopamine is a molecule that plays an important role in the reward and motivation center of the brain).

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Music makes the movie. Psycho's famous shower scene would be nothing without the accompanying high-pitched, blood-curdling violin crashes.

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Despite what your parents may say, playing video games can be useful. Studies have shown that they can assist with development of advanced hand-eye coordination, problem solving and logical thinking skills, etc.

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It is surprising how a simple trip to the grocery store can be incredibly intimidating nowadays.

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Here's a riddle for you: What material can be found in the grocery store, the music store, under roads and in the hospital? Give up? The answer is polystyrene!

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It's hard to resist: you glance at an innocent lava lamp and inevitably become drawn in by the hypnotic motion of its coloured balls of goo!

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Using bacteria as drug delivery systems inside the body.

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