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How science communicators and public can avoid perpetuating dogmas
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The theory of chemical imbalance was long thought to be the cause of depression, but this is now refuted
Has our understanding of relationships in other animals been misinformed by outdated views on gender roles?
Compost management schemes could combat both climate change and food shortages
The skeleton of a young human, dating back 31,000 years, is thought to be the first amputation
Eating a hearty breakfast may not actually prevent you from putting on weight
This carbon based material is hoping to be used to detect disease markers in small amounts of blood
We review Cult of the Lamb
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Is the latest Digimon game any good?
We review a game that's a cross between a shooter and rollerblading!
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How does a doctor's diagnosis over a video call compare to a diagnosis in person?
Could we engineer bacteria to combat diseases formed in the gut?
And if certain populations of microbes change in disease, how do we know if they are contributing to illness?
What lives inside our guts? And are we more microbe than human?
Individuals with recurrent clostridium difficile infections can now access FMT. How far can this treatment go?
The stereotypical cannabis user is lazy and apathetic, but does that portayal stand up to scientific scrutiny?
Drinking coffee has been linked to cancer, but a new study reveals it might not be the coffee itself
Moderna has filed a lawsuit against Pfizer's COVID vaccine, claiming patent infringement
How much do we judge people on the first impression they make, and why might the brain do this?
Bottlenose dolphins in Shark Bay, Australia have formed the largest animal alliance outside of humans