I Use My Learning Disorder Diagnosis to Cheat on Tests
Getting diagnosed cost thousands of dollars—my roommate couldn't afford it—but it's helping me out big time.
I Took the LSAT with Zero Preparation
Some test-takers study for months, prepping so extensively it becomes a full-time job. I went in cold.
How Hormones Could Predict Who Gets PTSD
A new study on soldiers suggests that cortisol might be a key factor.
A Handwriting Analysis Laid My Soul Bare
And it was hollow.
This Is What Happens When You Boil an iPhone 7
The results are not what you might expect.
The International Space Station Just Orbited Earth for the 100,000th Time
Way to not mess this one up, humanity.
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There's More than Just Cow Meat in Your Burgers, Says Disgusting Study
Fresh or frozen, beef or vegetable—it's all contaminated.
The Secret to Conquering Space Without it Killing Us First May Lie in Our Bones
A new Canadian study on the effects of microgravity is heading to the International Space Station this week.
The Michael Jordan of Rugby Just Died
All Blacks superstar Jonah Lomu died Wednesday morning from kidney problems. He was 40.
Why More Blood Is Still Better When It Comes to Medical Tests
Getting enough data has historically been difficult when performing tests on small samples of blood.
'League of Legends' Is Making Players Test for Narcissism, Violent Tendencies
A recent survey asking players to take psychological self-evaluation tests is making some uneasy.
The Maths Problem Making Scottish Kids Cry
Students are reportedly leaving exam halls in tears over a puzzle involving a crocodile and a zebra.