A new gravitational wave detector called Virgo just made a major breakthrough

We're one step closer to solving the paradoxes of space.

The truth about artificial sweeteners might make you sick

Scientists looked through more than 11,700 studies on artificial sweeteners. Here's what they found.

Science confirms: Plus-size representation helps improve women's psychological health

When viewing images of plus-size models, women tended to not compare themselves as much.
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Ordering an egg white omelette is a waste of your time, tastebuds and money

Listen to the egg-sperts, here.

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The U.S. Economy Hates Obese Women

This runs deeper than just the gender wage gap.
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The Most Important Factor When Choosing Your Next Apartment May Not Be the Price

Researchers have identified a surprising new trend.

Want National Institutes Of Health Research Funding? Better Hope Your Disease is Marketable

Increased research funding is proportional to patient advocacy ... and how sympathetic those patients seem. This concept of "deservedness" puts stigmatized diseases at a funding disadvantage.
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The SAT: Always Scrutinized, but Racially Biased?

The SAT is one of the most important measures in the U.S. for determining college admissions. But is it skewed in favor of white test-takers?