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Study Says Faithful Live Longer

Gospel. A study finds that religious people live an average of four years longer than atheists. Perhaps there is something quantifiable to be said about positive thinking. This is when a bona fide atheist says believing in God is a … Continue reading

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Imagine a Weight Loss Surgery Pill

A very wise, scientific-minded friend sent me this article. As much as the fast food generation would love to pop a pill to remedy obesity – is this a viable solution? Weight loss surgery has proved to be a successful means … Continue reading

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The Psychology of a Nail Biter

Full disclosure: I’m a nail biter. As I read this article I felt as though somebody was journaling my thoughts. The psychology of nail biting fascinates me. So why do we do it and how do we stop? Although it’s … Continue reading

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How Dirty Is That Dish Towel?

How often should you wash your germy kitchen towels? The answer is not nearly as often as you are probably doing it. A study looked at 100 kitchen towels from different kitchens. Researchers found bacterial growth in nearly 50% of … Continue reading

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Why Is Suicide on the Rise?

In the wake of the untimely death of Anthony Bourdain– it’s difficult to ignore the reality of the rising rate of suicide in the United States. Can we point a finger add any factors giving rise to this misfortune? More … Continue reading

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What’s the Purpose of REM Sleep?

The brain uses REM sleep as a way to keep the brain warm. When are car battery gets cold – it essentially loses charge. Our brains are not as easy to replace as a car battery. This may be the … Continue reading

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Do These Glasses Make Me Look Smarter?

Are those glasses you’re wearing? Wear them proudly because a new study says it may mean you are, in fact, smarter because you are wearing glasses. It’s been proven that people who wear glasses are genetically smarter. No seriously. People … Continue reading

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Could New Humans Result from the Mars Project?

It’s a brand new world out there. The Mars Project is moving forward and scientist are hypothesizing that sex on Mars between the chosen bunch from Earth may create a new species of ‘human’. Mars can support exploration but it … Continue reading

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Cautionary Tale About Removing Mascara

Ever wonder how many women have impaired  vision from wearing too  much mascara? Well taking it one step further – those ladies who don’t properly remove their mascara may be at risk of a nasty vision impairment. It can happen, … Continue reading

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Poop Transplants Better Than Antibiotics

The second grade vernacular doesn’t make it sound too scientific but a study has shown that fecal transplants (the rightful name of the procedure is better than antibiotics at treating chronic diarrhea. C diff infections are a common cause of … Continue reading

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