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For some of you, writing poetry may be a breeze. For others, it may be easier to ask you to sit through your next dental exam without wincing. But Canadian poet Christian Bok’s next poetry project is a lot harder than it looks.

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Got the winter blues? Maybe you're SAD. That's Seasonal Affective Disorder. S.A.D. is a type of depression that affects some people every winter between September and April, especially between December and February.

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A whopping 1 out of 8 teens suffer from depression. People prone to depression have differences in how their brain works and responds to stress —it's a physiological thing. As a chronic disease, depression can resurface later on.

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Around the world there are ice sculpting competitions for those brave enough to tame large blocks of ice into beautiful works of art. It's really cool...literally!

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Hip Hop and science. Sounds like a strange mix but they both share something in common with spray paint.

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Scientists have determined that large full lips make the person more attractive to the opposite sex, and there are many techniques for people trying to gain more lushish lips. We took a look at the most popular ones.

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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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Adrian Salamunovic and Nazim Ahmed are the co-founders of DNA11, a company that creates abstract art from DNA samples. But to really understand why this art is so unique, we have to know a thing or two about DNA first.

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