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If you’re happy and you know it... sweat? It may sound odd, but new research published this week in the journal Psychological Science indicates that humans produce chemical compounds called chemosignals in our perspiration that lets other smell when we’re happy.
Vizy: a powerful new ecosystem and platform for crowdsourcing high-quality video content has been born. PHILADELPHIA, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today,
NEW YORK, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Ad Council, a non-profit organization and the largest producer of national public service campaigns in the U.S., announced an impressive slate
LOS ANGELES, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today famed west coast producer, Michael B.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- After winning more than 11 different awards since its release in 2014, Ken Thurber's book Trends, Waves, Windows & Bubbles, has
Author Gary Botting brings together for the first time all his published poems in one amazing volume COQUITLAM, British Columbia, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The author of 30 books
The Iconic Show's Debut will Feature Doubleline Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach and Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders, Among Featured Guests NEW YORK, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/
WASHINGTON, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Jorge Ramos, known as the "Walter Cronkite of Latino America," and Lynsey Addario, whose photographs have put a human face on war, will
TORONTO, April 17, 2015 /CNW/ - Toronto Sun moving to National
THEY'RE BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER. YES, CINDY MAXINE AND TERRY ARE BACK.
The Liverpool Pigeon or the Spotted Green Pigeon (Caloenas maculata) is a presumed extinct pigeon species of unknown provenance. Currently, it is only known from a single specimen reposited in the World Museum of the National Museums Liverpool; this specimen is presumed to have been collected from French Polynesia sometime between 1783 and 1823. The Liverpool Pigeon was initially mentioned in the work A General Synopsis of Birds by John Latham and scientifically named by Johann Friedrich...
Beast of Bray Road The Beast of Bray Road is a cryptid roaming the area of Elkhorn, Wisconsin and from northern Illinois to Vancouver Island, Canada. It has been labeled as werewolf in local news articles but has never been observed transforming from human to a wolf. It has been described in various accounts as being bear-like, resembling Bigfoot and wolf-like and being able to walk on two legs. Its size varies from two to four feet tall when on all four legs, and around seven feet tall...
Chalmers-Detroit was an automobile company formed in 1908 when Hugh Chalmers bought out the Thomas-Detroit company. It was renamed to Chalmers in 1911. During the 1910s the company thrived but the post-WWI recession of the 1920s caused the company to merge with the Maxwell Automobile Company. In 1923, Chalmers ended all vehicle production. The brand is owned by Chrysler. Chalmers were considered to be an expensive car for that era. The 30 Touring and the 30 Roadster both sold for $1,500...
The North German Automobile and Engine company was founded in 1908 as a German brand of vehicle owned by Norddeutsche Lloyd, a shipping company. It was located in Bremen and the vehicles produced were branded with the Lloyd name. The first cars produced were license-built Krieger electric vehicles with a few petrol-powered vehicles as well. In 1914 they merged with Hansa and became Hansa-Lloyd Werke AG. Most of the vehicles produced had the Hansa name. The Hansa-Lloyd name was on...
The mothman is a legendary creature that was first reported with sightings from November 12, 1966 through December 15, 1967 in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia. On November 16, 1966, the local newspaper published a report of two couples seeing the creature. It was described as a large white winged man with glowing red eyes. The wings had a ten-foot span and it followed their car as they drove outside of town, according to their report. Over the period from the initial sighting...
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.
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