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NASA Releases First-Ever Video With Audio From Mars [VIDEO]

NASA has released the first-ever video of a Mars landing and the first audio sent back from the planet. The high-definition video was recorded by videos on the entry capsule and the Perseverance rover itself during its successful landing Thursday. “The amazing panorama and

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11 Amazing Benefits Of Raising Your Baby To Be Bilingual

Everyone who goes through the education system in Ontario ends up getting taught at least a little of a second language. Whether you learned some French, or English in some cases, turns out that could have been more beneficial than

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Humidity From Face Masks May Create Less Severe COVID-19 Symptoms Study Shows

Despite so many people fighting it, masks are well known to help protect the wearer and the people around them from coronavirus infection. But it turns out they might be more beneficial than we previously thought. A new study done

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Coffee Can Reduce Risk Of Heart Failure Study Says

Good news for coffee lovers! A new study has come out suggesting that in moderation, coffee might be good for your heart. The report, which was published Tuesday in the journal Circulation: Heart Failure, determined there was a benefit to coffee consumption

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STUDY: Music Could Be a Post-Op Panacea

Music is powerful, it helps use relax, it helps us sleep, it helps us remember, it helps us focus. In fact it is often used by surgeons during surgery. But researchers may have found a new way to use music;

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Afternoon Naps Linked To Better Mental Agility Study Says.

Seems that a brief nap in the afternoon is not such a bad thing as it has been linked to better mental agility, improved locational awareness, verbal fluency and working memory. That’s according to a new study, which looked at

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STUDY: Hope Can Save People From Making Bad Choices

A new study has confirmed the idea that hope may help prevent you from doing things that are bad for you. The researchers at the University of East Anglia, in the U.K., wanted to find out why some people are

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STUDY: Even ‘Light’ Smoking Can Be Addictive

A new study finds that even casual smokers can also be suffering from Tobacco Use Disorder, also known as nicotine addiction. Tobacco use disorder is the most common substance use disorder in the United States. Approximately 60% to 80% of current smokers fulfill classic

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This Trick Helps You Stick to New Year’s Resolutions

Are you struggling to stick to your New Years Resolutions? Turns out the trouble could be in the phrasing. Whatever your New Year’s resolutions, here’s an evidence-based way to make them stick for longer. Instead of telling yourself you’ll stop

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Study Says Traveling Frequently After COVID Will Make You Happier

Isolation is wearing on everyone’s nerves during the coronavirus pandemic. Almost everyone is tired of being cooped up and unable to partake in their usual relaxation. But there is an end to the darkness in sight, a light at the

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