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Wasps Are Capable of Basic Logical Reasoning, Study Finds
Paper wasps are the first known insects to perform a key form of deductive logic called transitive inference.
Watch a Massive Tarantula Drag an Opossum Around Like It's Nothing
“A surprising amount of death of small vertebrates in the Amazon is likely due to arthropods such as big spiders and centipedes."
Why We Need to Challenge the Culture of Monogamy
Relationship norms are so pervasive that they've led to flawed science.
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Teens Don't Party Like They Used to, Study Says
The number of teenagers using drugs, drinking or smoking is the lowest it's been since 1990.
The Mindful Athlete: Can Preventative Mental Health Improve Performance, Too?
A meditation room could one day be as much a part of an athletic program as the weight room, film study, and the training table.
B. David Zarley
Athletes Connected: Inside the University of Michigan's New Approach to Mental Health for Athletes
Student-athletes are less likely to seek help for mental health issues than their peers. The University of Michigan's Athletes Connected program is out to change that.
B. David Zarley
VICE Sports Q&A: Chris Webber on Broadcasting, Amateurism, and That Timeout
Chris Webber tells us how he has successfully transitioned from being a star NBA player into the thinking fan's announcer. And, yes, he does talk about that famous timeout against North Carolina, too.
Did the Ancient Greeks Get Ebola?
A new paper from Dr. Powel Kazanjian theorizes that the famous Plague of Athens was caused by the same virus that has decimated West Africa in recent years.