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US has five percent of world's population, but had 31 percent of its public mass shooters from 1966-2012

but they may be less likely to indulge in the delusions of grandeur that are common among these offenders in the U.S., and, of course, less likely to get their hands on the guns necessary for such att... read more

10 Baffling Medical Conditions

Invariably, the next morning Adler finds ... skull for his brain. Surgeons made an incision at the base of Rhett's skull to the top of his neck and removed the bone around the brain stem and spinal co... read more

No, the LHC won’t destroy the Earth

Two men are suing to stop the LHC from being switched on, saying it may be dangerous and might even destroy the ... If that happens, it would fall through the Earth and, well, you can guess what bad t... read more

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Is the Safe Schools and same-sex marriage debate harmful?

University lecturers are being asked to assess their content for potentially triggering material on the basis that witnessing some things may be harmful to students. There's nothing surprising here. R... read more


How parents can identify and deal with peer pressure, bullying

“I was told things like maybe I asked ... and the bullying is persistent, kids may experience depression or anxiety worse than compared to if they were the victim of abuse, says a University of Warwic... read more

Palin fires back at 'blue-blood' Barbara Bush

In an interview Wednesday with conservative radio host Laura Ingraham, Sarah Palin fired back at former first lady Barbara Bush, opting to make a class issue ... the scrutiny of what her candidacy may ... read more

Primeval 'Devil Frog' May Have Sported Anti-Dinosaur Armor

An ancient, predatory creature known as the devil frog may have looked ... the back of its skull and platelike armor down its back, almost like a turtle shell. "We knew it was big; we knew it was almo... read more

It's heart in mouth time

They may be able to use the mouthwash test as a simple way of detecting ... There is nothing special about these cells except that we can study many of the biochemical processes that occur in other ce... read more

Study links severe sleep apnea to increased risk of stroke, cancer and death

A new study shows that moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea is independently associated with an increased risk of stroke, cancer and death ... with symptoms of sleep apnea, such as loud and freq... read more

Get Some Sleep: ADHD, sleep disorders often entwined

Per the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics, pediatricians are supposed to ask about sleep problems and about snoring at every well-child visit. I am afraid that they are already ove... read more

Earth breaks heat record in 2016 for third year in a row

Last year, the Earth sweltered under the hottest temperatures in modern times for the third year in a row, US scientists said Wednesday ... which reached 124 F (51 C) on May 19—marking India's hottest ... read more



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