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'Cute Aggression' Is the Desire to Crush Adorable Things

A portion of people have it, and researchers think they might know why.
Shayla Love
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This Biohacker Is Trying to Help People Make Their Own Estrogen

Hormone anarchy, in a quest for more body autonomy for cis and trans women.
Mark Hay
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Here's Why Stressed-Out People Like to Curse So Much

Letting the F-bomb fly helps with primordial decision-making.
Nick Keppler
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Bacteria Can Now Be Programmed Like a Computer

It could lead the way to cancer-hunting nanobots.
Daniel Oberhaus
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Sometimes Gene Tests Only Lead to More Questions

“In short, there isn’t enough data to know what you are seeing.”
Carrie Arnold
The Future of Cancer

This Physicist Invented a Cancer-Killing Laser That Could One Day Replace Chemo

“When I was taking care of my aunt, I was like, There must be something better than just dying like this."
Shelby Hartman
game changers

The New Microbiome Frontier: Your Blood

Healthy blood appears to contain an array of microbes. What health secrets are they harboring?
Melinda Wenner Moyer
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The Science of How Poverty Harms the Brain

The stress of poverty can change the brain in ways that further disadvantage the poor.
Caroline Beaton
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Your Weird Doodles Are Good For Your Chill

Science says so.
Kristen Dold
Fighting Words

Now We Know: Dogs Are Better than Cats

Hate to be the bearer of such controversial news, but...
Mark Hay
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Just Being Near Your Phone Makes You Dumber

If it's within reach, it's draining your brainpower.
Jesse Hicks
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Your First Impressions of Most People Are Totally Wrong

An expert on human interaction debunks your gut instincts.
Mike Zimmerman