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In between the vertebrae of the human spine are 23 Oreo-sized, cartilage-filled discs that hold the vertebrae together and allow for spine movement.
Carrying a gun in bear country doesn’t mean you’re more protected in the event of a bear encounter.
A new Brigham Young University study found that 16-18 year olds perform better academically when they shave about two hours off that recommendation.
Nonsmokers who live in locations with high levels of air pollution are approximately 20% more likely to die as a result of lung cancer.
While it's been long established that watching violent scenes increases aggression levels, a new study in the medical journal Pediatrics suggests that profanity in the media may have a similar effect.
Couples who rank money and material goods as important in their lives might be worse off in their relationships than those who aren’t as materialistic.
New research to be published Oct. 13 confirms The Beatles' lyrical hypothesis and finds that "the kind of thing that money just can't buy" is a happy and stable marriage.
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