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The Canadian Pediatric Society recently said that people under 18 should be banned from using tanning beds. The Canadian Medical Association, the Canadian Dermatology Association, and the World Health Organization all think the same thing.

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Scientists at San Diego’s Anticancer, Inc. were able to find a link between neural stem cells and skin stem cells. This discovery could make stem cell treatment of neurological disorders much more feasible.

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Flash relies on his friend (who unfortunately dropped out of highschool science) to dye his hair purple. Watch as Flash goes up in smoke and learns the hard way that science matters!

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A recent experiment has provided one more reason not to dust (as if you needed it). 

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Sometimes, puberty can seem lame. One of the several things about puberty that you might consider lame is that you might get what’s called cellulite.

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Tattoos, previously the exclusive realm of sailors, bikers and tough guys, are an increasingly common sight.

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This is the first article in a series that looks at the scientific or medical basis for the defining features of several horror movie favorites. Our first "victim" will be the Wolf-Man.

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Science was used to give Rapunzel a makeover in the the new Walt Disney movie 'Tangled'.

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Horatio's murder investigation probably wouldn't have been successful if it wasn't for finding the dog hair, and rightfully so: Hair is one of the most common types of trace evidence found in a forensic investigation and are important for solving crimes.

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Part I - The Mechanics of Tattooing; with the huge upswing in the popularity of tattoos seen today, the only logical next step, of course, is to look at the cool science behind them.

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