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Japan's 'ama' grannies cling to their freediving fishing tradition
A group of Japanese grannies emerged from a boat returning to shore.
Study: Abused children carry trauma in their cells
Children subjected to abuse may carry the physical hallmark of that trauma in their cells, scientists said Tuesday, in research that could help criminal investigations probing historic mistreatment.
Back to school for French kids... without their phones
Texting under the table should be a thing of the past when French children return to class Monday following a nationwide ban on mobile phones in schools.
Dinosaurs ‘too successful for their own good’
A study mapping how dinosaurs spread across the world shows they may have been a victim of their own success.
If you want your baby to recognize you, stand to their left
A new study has revealed that a young baby's ability to recognize faces is heightened when the person is standing to the youngster’s left.
Tarantulas measure distance with their lateral eyes
The original tarantula species, Lycosa tarantula, sometimes called the tarantula wolf spider, has a knack for geometry.
Flying taxis on their way to London
High-tech flying taxis are on their way to London after they have been trialed in Paris.
Spiders use their web as a sophisticated vibrational instrument
The spider web is like an instrument, its silk strings vibrate like guitar strings, delivering music as information — info to help the web's eight-legged resident capture food and avoid predators.
Senators Rubio, McCain win their Republican primaries
US Republican Senators Marco Rubio and John McCain have won primaries for the Senate in their respective states of Florida and Arizona.
Half of your friends don’t count you as one of their friends
As a philosopher named 'Kanye West' once asked, ‘real friends. How many of us? How many of US?'
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