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Your skin is like realestate. There are some good neighbours (good bacteria) that you want to move in, and some bad neighbours (bad bacteria) you want to move out.

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Hypothalamus, hormones, habits, they all have a key role in the science of satiety.

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Both humans and the apes at the zoo are descendant from a common ancestor species. So in a sense, we both share an extremely distant relation.

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Crimes are solved almost entirely through forensic evidence and the technical aspects of the show amaze you. But does Hollywood have it right? What exactly does crime scene investigation involve?

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The human brain is separated into left and right hemispheres by the longitudinal fissure but remains in contact via nerve fibers called the corpus callosum. Even if areas of the brain are specialized we do not notice this lateralization.

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Sometimes we rub our eyes to help relax the muscles around the eyes when tired, but a connection between our eyes and our heart may have you thinking twice before doing so.

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Birds do it, bees probably don't, but almost all mammals do, including humans. That's right...we all yawn, and here are some theories as to why.

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Hiccups, also known as singulitis, refer to the involuntary contractions of the diaphragm. They are mysteriously contracted and even more mysteriously cured.

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Why do some songs keep playing over and over again in our heads? Songs that have relatively simple measures are ones that are more likely to eat away at your brain.

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Beyond making you look cool, wearing the right pair of shades is crucial to lifelong eye care.

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