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You’re a Teenager Until Age 24, According to a New Report

You’re a Teenager Until Age 24, According to a New Report

mag813 January 22, 2018 0

A new report in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Journal has confirmed what many of us already know, that adolescence now extends well into your 20s — until age 24 to be exact. Previously, it was

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Science Says You Can Catch The Flu Just By Breathing, So There’s That

Science Says You Can Catch The Flu Just By Breathing, So There’s That

mag813 January 20, 2018 0

During flu season, you probably already know a few key things you should do to try keep the beast at bay: Keep washing your hands, be super careful about sharing snacks or drinks, cover

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SpaceX’s Latest Mission Prepares To Make History

SpaceX’s Latest Mission Prepares To Make History

mag813 January 19, 2018 0

When the world’s most powerful rocket leaves the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida sometime over the next few weeks, odds are good that its maiden voyage will fall well short

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We’re About to See a Rare Moon That Hasn’t Appeared For More Than 150 Years

We’re About to See a Rare Moon That Hasn’t Appeared For More Than 150 Years

mag813 January 16, 2018 0

If you were awestruck by the New Year’s Day super moon, hold onto your pants. On January 31, around midnight, the full moon will not only be super, it will be a blue moon and

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Who Makes More Money, Night Owls Or Early Birds?

Who Makes More Money, Night Owls Or Early Birds?

mag813 January 16, 2018 0

If you’re one of those people who loves to stay up late but feel you need to change your routine because “the early bird gets the worm,” don’t bother. According to research, trying to

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How Do Alligators Make It Through A Freeze?

How Do Alligators Make It Through A Freeze?

mag813 January 11, 2018 0

Ever wonder how alligators have managed to find their way in this ever-changing planet for the last 66 million years or so? Look no further than the American alligators that call North Carolina’s Shallotte River

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Why We’re Seeing a Deadlier Flu Season Than We’ve Seen in Years

Why We’re Seeing a Deadlier Flu Season Than We’ve Seen in Years

mag813 January 10, 2018 0

The 2017-2018 flu season is shaping up to be more nasty than recent years. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 13 children have already died from the flu this season. USA Today reports that

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Tampa Braces For Tail Of ‘Bombogenesis’

Tampa Braces For Tail Of ‘Bombogenesis’

mag813 January 3, 2018 0

The word “bombogenesis” is not only a potentially great name for your next band, but also a cool weather term you may have heard being thrown around by meteorologists. But what exactly is it

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Why Does Cold Weather Give You The Blues? Science Weighs In…

Why Does Cold Weather Give You The Blues? Science Weighs In…

Ben Delanoy January 2, 2018 0

As we hunker down to endure the middle months of winter, it can often feel like the days are only a few hours long, the nights are so cold you can’t go outside, and

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Why Is It So Cold Right Now? Blame the Winter Dipole

Why Is It So Cold Right Now? Blame the Winter Dipole

mag813 December 30, 2017 0

On Thursday evening, President Trump got on Twitter to mock all the countries attempting to prevent global warming, his rational being that the U.S. is about to experience one of the coldest New Year’s Eves on record.

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