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Animals & Plants We Can't Live Without

There are thousands of different types of creatures that live on our planet, and they all play important roles. However, there are some that may be a little more significant than the rest. 382 more words

Mammal

In lemur-land, nerds are popular

With social networks on my mind this week because of recent congressional hearings in the US, I was interested to learn that, in lemurs at least, … 439 more words

Science Communication

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Researchers show for the first time that healthy older men and women can generate just as many new brain cells as younger people. 12 more words

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Researchers show for the first time that healthy older men and women can generate just as many new brain cells as younger people. 12 more words

Health Technology News

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Elderly grow just as many new Brain Cells as the young

Researchers show for the first time that healthy older men and women can generate just as many new brain cells as younger people. 12 more words

Misc....

Thank you Primate

By now, I’m sure everyone who’s a fan of wrestling has heard the news that one of Defiant’s original stars and regular faces on the roster, Primate, has sadly had to step back from professional wrestling, due to the jaw injury he sustained eight weeks ago.  598 more words

Defiant

Monkeys are exquisitely attuned to the same signals signals about sex and social status upon which many successful advertisements rely.

Any ad executive will tell you that sex sells. But why? Do sexy images stimulate our biological urges, somehow motivating us to buy products? Or do marketers merely exploit and perpetuate our cultural obsession with sexual imagery? 1,022 more words