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Physics Week in Review: October 19, 2013 | Cocktail Party Physics, Scientific American Blog Network

"Just a Theory": 7 Misused Science Words From "significant" to "natural," here are seven scientific terms that can prove troublesome for the public and across research disciplines

Have Pain? Are You Crazy? Rare Diseases Pt. 2 | Molecules to Medicine, Scientific American Blog Network

Is there any evidence that microwaving food alters its composition or has any detrimental effects on humans or animals?

The Neurobiology of Bliss--Sacred and Profane    Sex in the brain, and what it reveals about the neuroscience of deep pleasure

Magazines count too! The Neurobiology of Bliss--Sacred and Profane by Nadia Webb, scientificamerican

The Scientific American Book Of Astronomy 1999 VF-

The Scientific American Book Of Astronomy 1999 VF

The Scientific American Book Of Astronomy 1999 VF-

The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens  Image: Robert Drózd, Wikimedia Commons

Scientific AmericanThe Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens E-readers and tablets are becoming more popular as such technologies improve, but research suggests that reading on paper still boasts unique advantages

How Bacteria in our Bodies Protect our Health.   Overuse of antibiotics, on the other hand, kills the good bacteria, and is possibly linked to obesity, auto-immune disorders, et al.

Bacterial cells in the body outnumber human cells by a factor of 10 to Yet only recently have researchers begun to elucidate the beneficial roles these microbes play in fostering health.

Working Memory and Fluid Reasoning: Same or Different? | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network

New Rules Allow Booze, Fruit and Water to Be Labeled "Gluten-Free" - Scientific American Feb 1 2014

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