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What your handwriting says about you, according to graphologist
Your handwriting reveals much more than you might imagine.
Science 'for boys' message putting girls off some careers
The idea science is for boys’ is driven into girls before they are able to communicate, a Wales-based academic said.
Israeli hype about Iran’s defense program fake: Zarif
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says when Israel, the only regime in the Middle East that has nuclear weapons, “whines” about Iran’s defensive program, the brouhaha can only be taken as fake.
Trump defends travel ban: 'This is not about religion'
President Donald Trump says his executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States “is not about religion,” amid protests and backlash in the country and around the world.
Culture, environment shape children's beliefs about their knowledge
New research by Queen's University developmental psychologist Stanka Fitneva has found that culture and environment can impact when and how children identify their own areas of knowledge and those of the adults in their lives.
About 200 Zika cases recorded in Thailand
Thailand has recorded about 200 cases of Zika since January, the health ministry said, making it a country with one of the highest numbers of confirmed cases in the region.
Iran optimistic about JCPOA, not about US: Rouhani
President Hassan Rouhani says Iran's positive attitude towards last year’s nuclear agreement with the P5+1 does not represent its view about the United States and other world powers.
People need to talk about getting old
Too many people avoid talking about getting old, particularly conversations about end-of-life care, suggested a survey by a charity for older people.
Experts warn about using smartphone at bedtime
A short-lived optical sensation can lead some smartphone users to mistakenly believe they’ve lost sight in one eye, British doctors report.
Everything you need to know about 'foreign accent syndrome'
What if you woke up one day suddenly speaking with a Southern twang or French lilt or British accent? In rare cases this happens to people when a brain injury leads to a rare condition called Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS).

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