Two concussion experts in the United Kingdom are calling on governments to take action against the tide of concussions resulting from children playing … [Read more...] about Hockey and rugby have the highest concussion rates for children, U.K. researchers say
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An unusual fall event is on the horizon. This year’s Harvest Moon —the full moon coming closest to the autumnal equinox— will be seen in October, … [Read more...] about September’s Harvest Moon is in October this year
The 3D selfie, the perfect mix of science and vanity, is here. Researchers at the University of Nottingham and Kingston University in the UK have … [Read more...] about Is the 3D selfie creepy or cool? You be the judge
Traits of powerful women and men? How do they differ? Behavioural science has been keen to discover how social status can impact the way people act … [Read more...] about Traits of powerful women and men. How do they differ?
Would you trust robot dentists? Robots are finding an increasing number of uses within the health care field, and now they’re set to boldly go where … [Read more...] about Open wide! Robot dentists are on the way
A team of researchers from the University of Toronto has isolated the genetic markers for a key behavioural trait in ant species: their tendency to … [Read more...] about Why do ants act as bodyguards for plants? It’s this gene.
Are antidepressants a health risk? Researchers at the University of McMaster in Hamilton have released a study on the health impacts of long-term … [Read more...] about Are antidepressants are a health risk? This study says yes.
A 30,000 year-old kauri tree in New Zealand is shedding light on global temperature changes, with researchers concluding that a newly identified … [Read more...] about Global “atmospheric bridge” links up weather at the planet’s two poles, new study finds
If the cloud of literally hundreds of emojis available on your iphone has left you a bit overwhelmed (not one of the emotions that made it on the new … [Read more...] about How many emotions we have? Scientists say it’s 27.