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Scent of Death: Honeybees Use Odors to Clean Out Deceased Broods - Scientific American


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A dozen years ago beekeepers started reporting that frightening numbers of their honeybees (Apis mellifera) were mysteriously dying. Scientists have since discovered multiple reasons, but “diseases are by far the main cause of problems with honeybee ...

How Much can Your Physiology Manipulate Your Learning Abilities? - Entrepreneur


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In human beings, the mental landscape is often manifested in their physiology. Children with some psychological problems are recognizable by their slumped posture, drooping face, facial expressions, etc. In all psychosomatic illnesses, the mind ...

The anatomy of a Roberto Osuna implosion - Yahoo Sports


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TORONTO — Coming into Tuesday's game against the Boston Red Sox, Roberto Osuna looked more or less invincible. He hadn't allowed a run all season and locked down all of his save opportunities, giving the Blue Jays stability and peace of mind at the ...

Scientific American Frontiers: Make Up Your Mind

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Follows scientists as they look into the brain's frontal lobe as the seat of personality and try to determine which parts of the brain play a role in the decision-making process.

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