Although it is common to say “he/she is so cute,” researchers have found that smell plays an important role in the art of attraction for both animals and humans.

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"It's not you, it's me." This dreaded phrase is often heard during breakups, but could research in hormones actually backup this claim?

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Chinook winds are a type of wind that comes to Alberta, over the Rocky Mountains, about 30 days a year. A Chinook is a warm, dry wind that can melt and evaporate snow.

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If you happen to live in Ontario, you better read up, 'cause your yardwork might actually involve science this year.

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What do party balloons and NASA have in common? Sometimes, scientific research can look like good-old fun.

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Nintendo DS BrainTraining promises to increase your brain capacity through a series of exercises that stimulate the flow of blood to the prefrontal cortex, inspired by the work of a prominent Japanese neuroscient Dr. Kawashima.

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Flooding of the Red River and its tributaries forced thousands of residents to evacuate. But when we aren’t affected by Mother Nature’s whims, seasonal flooding is a brilliant means of channeling the Earth’s water to support biodiversity.

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In Chemistry, we learn about ionic forces that dictate the attraction between positively (+) and negatively charged (-) ions. But the force that governs attraction between individuals is, in my opinion, a study in BIOLOGY!

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Steroids exert their effect on many different tissues. They start by penetrating the cell itself and binding receptor proteins that alter our DNA.

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Metabolism refers to biochemical processes within living organisms or cells that are required to sustain life. Many factors including genes and lifestyle can effect it.

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