* Studies may have overestimated our generosity: Scientists recreated a game often used to assess people s altruism -- but this time there was a twist, and aMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 17View Source
* Studies may have overestimated our generosity:
Scientists recreated a game often used to assess
people's altruism -- but this time there was a
twist, and a darker result.
* Eww! 95% don't wash hands properly:
Remember mom's advice about washing your hands
thoroughly after using the restroom?
* Sunscreen slows skin aging, study finds:
Daily use of sunscreen slows skin aging in the young
and middle-aged, a study has found.
* Meeting online may lead to happier marriages:
If you're still turning up your nose at "online
dating," you might want to think again, research
* Some may beat "guilt-detection" tests by
Tests designed to check brain activity for signs of
guilty memories are in use in several countries --
but they're not foolproof, a study indicates.
* Research paints new picture of "dinobird"
* Bacteria found to arrange themselves in
* Study: Hidden wildfires taking big toll on Amazon
* Bird has different dance for different songs:
* Oldest nearly complete primate skeleton reported:
* Ending poverty, protecting nature go hand in
hand: UN report:
* Astronomers hope to find alien civilizations
* Rats have "double view" of world:
* Even farm animal diversity is waning, experts
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