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Drones and Fishing Lines Are Bringing Broadband to Remote Villages

Like the US, many remote and rural parts of the UK lack access to high speed internet. But unlike the states, one of the...

Is Apple Cider Vinegar Really The Miracle Food It’s Made Out...

Folk medicine has favoured apple cider vinegar for centuries and many claims are made for its supposed benefits. Apple cider vinegar is made by chopping...

People Who Never Marry Have a 42% Higher Risk of Developing...

Whether or not to get married is an intensely personal decision, but there may be significant cognitive consequences for many who opt to never...

Hand Sanitiser Can Mess With Breath Alcohol Test Results

Many humans have gone way too far in their need to have squeaky clean, completely germ-free hands at all times. And while alcohol-based hand sanitiser...

Spooky photo makes people think the Brackney Inn is haunted

BRACKNEY, Pa. (WBNG) -- For years, many have known the Brackney Inn to be spooky with ghosts and spirits believed to be in the attic....

Schizophrenia Is 80% Genetic, According to This Massive New Study on...

As many as four out of five cases of schizophrenia can be traced back to genes inherited from the child's parents. By applying a new...

Real Haunted Houses: Local Ghost Stories

Maybe you don’t believe in ghosts … but you can’t deny that many other people say they’ve experienced them. Maybe it’s you, or maybe...

15 new gecko species discovered in Myanmar

Geckos come in many different shapes and sizes. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 4.0 FaisalZuhri The new species were all found in east-central and southern Myanmar...

We Can Finally Detect Concussive Brain Trauma in Living Patients

If you're an athlete who's suffered one too many knocks to the skull, you'll only get a diagnosis of the degenerative and devastating neurological...

Most Autism Cases Can Be Explained by Faulty Genes, New Research...

A fresh look at data from earlier research has reaffirmed what many researchers had thought – autism is primarily in the genes. Other studies have...