Rough News For Cat Lovers: Your Cuddly Kitty Could Make You Prone to Fits of Rage
Watch out for cute little Mister Whiskers. He could be carrying a nasty parasite known to potentially tip off temper tantrums and other aggressive behaviors.
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These Researchers Know When and Where You're Drunk Tweeting
Scientists at the University of Rochester want to use the data they've found to help illuminate social behavior and public health issues around alcohol consumption.
How Shutterstock Is Training Its System to Help You Find Better Photos
The image service has rolled out new tools based on its research into deep learning.
Put Down That Bagel: Some High-Carb Foods May Drastically Increase Your Risk of Lung Cancer
'We observed a 49 percent increased risk of lung cancer among subjects with the highest daily glycemic index,' author of new study says.
The Obsession With 'Curing' Aging Is Now Big Business
Finding ways to extend a healthy life has attracted many tens of millions in investment dollars from the likes of Google and numerous biotechnology companies.
Sony Wants Your Advice About its New Prototypes
It's the premise behind a new R&D initiative called Future Lab Program
Video: Would You Follow a Robot Into a Fire? These Students Did.
A study from the Georgia Tech Research Institute shows that humans will obey a robot's directions in an emergency situation, even if the machine had previously made mistakes.
We Feel Less Responsible for Acting Badly When Ordered to Do Something
New research attempts to get at the root of why we are so easily persuaded to commit unethical actions when told to do so by another person.
Shaming Wrongdoers Makes You Appear More Trustworthy, Study Says
The report shows why conveying your moral outrage can make people more inclined to trust you.
Flashes of Light May Be a Quick Cure for Jet Lag
Stanford researchers have found that exposing sleepers to an hour of short bursts of light made it possible for bodies to adjust.
Scientists Extend the Lifespan of Mice by up to 35 Percent
Hypothetically, if the drug treatment did add 35 percent to the lifespan of humans, it would bring average life expectancy to between 95 and 100 years.
Being a Morning Person Is in Your DNA, Says 23andMe
The results of the new study point to 15 different DNA locations associated with being "a morning person."
A Cure for Type 1 Diabetes Is a Step Closer
Scientists and researchers at MIT and Harvard, in collaboration with other university experts, have developed an implantable device that could prevent implanted insulin-producing cells from being attacked.
Study: Low-Fiber Diets Could Be Messing With Gut Bacteria Diversity
A lack of diversity is never a good thing, especially for our microbiomes, which may be a factor in obesity.
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