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30 hilarious struggles only cat owners will understand. The #4 really ma...
You may like cats or not, but one thing is clear to everybody: they are incredibly complex creatures and they often do the exact opposite of
Read the devastating letter by a Harvard sexual assault survivor
"Dear Harvard: I am writing to let you know that I give up."
Adorable School Choir Will Definitely Make You 'Happy'
Looks like Pharrell's got a protégé in Detroit, as an elementary and middle school choir demonstrates in this clever take on his hit track,
Why Preschoolers Can Outsmart College Students — PsyBlog
Simple test of logic produces surprising win for 4 and 5-year-olds over college students.
Free Play: Simple Items More Fun For Children — PsyBlog
Study finds children play more intensely and vigorously with crates, pipes and buckets than with monkey bars and slides.
How Hackers Take Down Web Sites [Video] | Observations, Scientific Ameri...
Many of the Web sites we visit every day are under cyber attack by malicious hackers looking to disrupt business transactions, discourage pe
Too Many Children Go Unvaccinated: Scientific American
A rise in unvaccinated children poses a public health threat
Mary Roach Takes A Trip Down the Alimentary Canal: Scientific American
Mary Roach's new book, Gulp , explores our inner tubes
“Messing with” the Blood-Brain Barrier May Be Key to Treating a Host of ...
A new understanding of the blood-brain barrier as a living, mutable organ may revolutionize the treatment of diseases such as cancer and Alz
Can Quantum Bayesianism Fix the Paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics?: Scienti...
A new version of quantum theory sweeps away the bizarre paradoxes of the microscopic world. The cost? Quantum information exists only in you
Tiny Plants That Once Ruled the Seas: Scientific American
Around 250 million years ago animals in the seas began to diversify with gusto. Remarkably, the evolution of minute plants known as phytopla
How Safe Is Recreational Marijuana?: Scientific American
As more states make recreational marijuana legal, researchers fret about short- and long-term health effects
New Film Examines if Internet Addiction Led to a Baby’s Death by Neglect...
In March 2010, police in South Korea arrested a husband and wife in a tragically ironic case that gained international notoriety—the couple
Brain Shape Confirms Controversial Fossil as Oldest Human Ancestor | Obs...
HONOLULU--A seven-million-year-old skull found in the Djurab Desert in Chad may indeed represent the earliest known member of the human fami