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You are not as anonymous as you think online

You may not be anonymous as you think you are online; reveals a new study published on Frontiers in ICT. Your browsing behavior can...

Money really does matter in relationships

From an evolutionary perspective, conditional mating strategies helped our ancestors maximize their reproductive success. Credit: © Keoni Cabral / Flickr Our romantic choices are not...

When you take acetaminophen, you don’t feel others’ pain as much

Acetaminophen -- the main ingredient in the painkiller Tylenol -- is the most common drug ingredient in the United States, found in more than...

The contented shall inherit the Earth: The glum? Not so much

New findings offer scientific support to the ancient philosophical insights from China, Greece and India, which encourage cultivating long-term contentment or life satisfaction rather...

Wisdom is a matter of both heart and mind, research finds

The fluctuations of your heartbeat may affect your wisdom, according to new research from the University of Waterloo.The study suggests that heart rate variation...

Social responsibility promotes conservative risk behavior

Individuals make more conservative choices when the decisions they make affect other people, according to a new study from The University of Texas at...

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