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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Dogs shouldn't eat chocolate because they can easily become poisoned by consuming this delectable treat. And it's not only dogs, other animals too!

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You've likely been told on more than one occasion that knuckle cracking can lead to arthritis. This is because of the popular misconception that the cracking sound is caused by the scraping of bone or cartilage.

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"You are the worst singer I've ever heard in my life." Simon Cowell, American Idol.

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