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Boys Don't Cry

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  • Couples going through IVF

Over the course of the past few months I have spent a lot of time thinking about my husband’s feelings and how I can support him. 433 palabras más

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Candy 'Shots'

There’s a virus doing the rounds in our neighbourhood, preying on children and adults alike.

So, last night my son and I were at the clinic, sharing the space with a dozen other folk who looked beat, no thanks to this virus. 318 palabras más

Everyday Moments

The Makeover

“He’s at it again!”   Muriel Hornbellows announced angrily.  “Half past seven on Sunday morning!  There’s no peace!”

Burton Hornbellows groaned and pulled a pillow over his head.  1.352 palabras más

Close encounters of a tidal kind could lead to cracks on icy moons

A new model developed by University of Rochester researchers could offer a new explanation as to how cracks on icy moons, such as Pluto’s Charon, formed. 532 palabras más

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Did human-like intelligence evolve to care for helpless babies?

A new study from the University of Rochester suggests that human intelligence might have evolved in response to the demands of caring for infants.

Steven Piantadosi and Celeste Kidd, assistant professors in brain and cognitive sciences, developed a novel evolutionary model in which the development of high levels of intelligence may be driven by the demands of raising offspring. 487 palabras más

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Is aging inevitable? Not necessarily for sea urchin

Study shows that sea urchins defy aging, regardless of lifespan Sea urchins are remarkable organisms. They can quickly regrow damaged spines and feet. Some species also live to extraordinary old ages and — even more remarkably — do so with no signs of poor health, such as a decline in regenerative capacity or an increase in age-related mortality. 517 palabras más
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