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  • September 30, 2022

What your handwriting says about you

Your handwriting says a lot about your personality. For example, if you write large letters, it could mean you are people oriented, whereas small letters could mean you are introverted. Business Insider spoke to master…

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Why jealousy works wonders for your love life – ‘His and hers’ jealousy makes women more forgiving than men

Jealousy has long been seen as deeply undesirable in a relationship. But eminent psychologist Dr David Buss, a professor at the University of Texas, has published an explosive book arguing that jealousy is vital in…

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Trail of African bling reveals 50,000-year-old social network – Study finds ancient hunter-gatherers traded eggshell beads over vast area

In theguardian.com published an article in which claiming that Scientists have discovered the world’s oldest social network, a web of links that spanned thousands of kilometres across Africa 50,000 years ago. This old web of…

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Signs you’re in love related to chemistry in the brain

How are the signs you’re in love related to chemistry in the brain?You may have experienced some signs you’re in love. Can’t get someone out of your head? Daydreaming about them when you should be…

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AI at work: a future framed by collaboration?

AI in the workplace is a phrase that tends to stir up angry sentiments. Will we be replaced by machines? Will automation make us redundant? How will the fourth industrial revolution affect future jobs for young people training in…

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Tiger shark migrations altered by climate change

The movements of tiger sharks, (Galeocerdo cuvier) the largest cold-blooded apex predator in tropical and warm-temperate seas, are constrained by the need to stay in warm waters. While waters off the U.S. northeast coastline have…

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Study aims to make more gay, bisexual men become eligible blood donors

As earlier this week, the Red Cross has declared a nationwide blood shortage crisis. Locally, blood collector Vitalant, says that in the San Francisco Bay Area there has been an 11% drop in its active…

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Plan to make unvaccinated people pay additional tax ‘constitutionally vulnerable:’ CCLA

With COVID-19 cases putting Canada’s hospitals at or near capacity, Quebec’s unprecedented plan to tax adult residents who refuse to be vaccinated is coming under fire. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association says the tax plan…

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Natural disasters can actually bring married couples closer together according to new longitudinal research that examined the impact of Hurricane Harvey

Newlywed couples tended to have increased relationship satisfaction after experiencing a natural disaster together, according to new longitudinal research that examined the impact of Hurricane Harvey. The findings, which appear in the journal Psychological Science, suggest…

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Study offers reassurance on COVID shots, women’s periods

One of the first studies to track whether COVID-19 vaccination might affect women’s periods found a small and temporary change. Research published Wednesday tracked nearly 4,000 U.S. women through six menstrual cycles and on average,…

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