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Gay Gene? No Such Thing According To New Study

The largest study ever to focus on gay men and women finds no evidence that there is a singular gene that influences people's sexuality.  

Here’s Why We Get So Distressed When A Dog Cries

New studies say that crying dogs are more distressing than meowing cats and that they can even match the distress produced by a crying baby.

Here’s Why Cannabis Terpenes Are So Very Important

People usually associate terpenes only with the fragrance and flavor of a marijuana strain in question, but the reality is quite far from it.

Why Is the DEA Dragging Its Feet To Approve Marijuana Suppliers...

The DEA announced plans to grant licenses to additional growers for marijuana research. In three years, no license has been approved. Dr. Sue Sisley, in response, is suing.

Sorry, But Science Doesn’t Favor Microdosing Psychedelics

While the general public might be inclined to experiment with microdosing, researchers stress that it's not so easy breezy.

Researchers Trained Seals To Sing ‘Star Wars’ Theme Song

According to research from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, seals are capable of learning and imitating songs.

We’re Growing Horns Because Of Our Smartphone Addiction

These spikes, which are officially called “external occipital protuberance,” are said to be formed due to the bent-neck position that most cellphone users take when using their devices over long periods of time,

Dogs Have ‘Puppy Dog Eyes’ Because They Spend So Much Time...

This seemingly simple movement of eyebrows is proof of canine evolution and is due to their constant cohabitation with humans.

Could DMT Psychedelic Become A New Treatment For Anxiety And Depression?

A new study published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse by Johns Hopkins researchers suggest that one strand of DMT could provide a potential breakthrough for its anti-depressive qualities.

NASA Astronauts Are Plagued By Herpes, Says Study

Researchers theorize that exposure to micro gravity, cosmic radiation and the force of take-off and flight deeply affect subjects' immunity systems, making them more sensitive to viruses and bacteria.