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Live Science: There may be something to the cliché of lovebirds gazing into each other’s eyes, new research suggests. A glance at a person’s face tends to indicate romantic love, whereas looking at a person’s body is associated with feelings of sexual desire, according to a new...
The Huffington Post: Long before we had inches and centimeters, we had hands. The breadth of a man’s hand was the metric of choice at least as far back as ancient Egypt, and this bodily ruler is still used in a few countries, primarily to measure the height of horses. This makes sense. As...
ABC: For all the impressive advancements in medical technology, researchers and scientists still face a daunting challenge when they study the habits of the adorable but uncommunicative subjects called human infants. In order to study infants without overwhelming them, scientists often try to mask...
Pacific Standard: If you want to gauge in earnest just how divorced education has become from the simple practice of handwriting, here is an experiment. On the first day of a college course in elementary composition, try starting the class with a “little freehand writing exercise.” From the general...

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