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Stress Reaction May Be in Dad's DNA

Stress Reaction May Be in Dad
Stress in this generation could mean resilience in the next, a new study suggests. Male mice subjected to stressors produced offspring that showed more flexible coping strategies when under stress.
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Kissing Transfers 80 Million Bacteria
Boys really do have cooties, scientists say. A 10-second "intimate kiss" can transfer a whopping 80,000,000 bacteria from one mouth to another, according to a new report in the journal Microbiome.
Complex Jobs Protect Aging Brains
There's proof that using your noggin to work hard pays handsome dividends -- this time, in protecting brainpower as you age. Research is underscoring that for brains, too, you either use it or lose it.
CERN Scientists Find New Particles
Scientists at the world's largest smasher say that using the Large Hadron Collider, they have discovered two new subatomic particles never seen before that could widen our understanding of the universe
Study: People Are Nicer Than Thought
No pain, no gain. People who gladly underwent electric shocks for cash in an experiment were more willing to sacrifice money to reduce others' pain than they were to reduce their own.
Genetic Link for Male Homosexuality?
New evidence bolsters DNA theory.
Genes Controlled by Power of Mind
Thought-controlled gene switch ahead.
The Future of Particle Accelerators
Giant machines may be thing of the past.
Bats Jam Sonar To Steal Food
Sabotaging vulnerable rivals' senses.
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