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June 8, 2015 Recently, a journalist confessed to fooling millions into believing that chocolate helps weight loss. Tania Lombrozo considers what the "chocolate hoax" can tell us.
March 25, 2015 The majority of individual medical studies tend to be either premature or badly formulated, so it's best to be patient and wait for the truth to become evident, says commentator Marcelo Gleiser.
August 23, 2014 This back-to-school season, it's time to reevaluate a few common assumptions about how best to study. Benedict Carey, the author of How We Learn, says science shows that discipline isn't everything.
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June 28, 2010 We often hear that Supreme Court confirmation hearings are little more than political theatrics... A new study claims there may be more to that story.
June 15, 2010 I have a hard time with north, and I'm not the only one. Heading south feels like going down hill, which is certainly easier than climbing.
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