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Health & Science: Science News, Health News, Scientific Developments, Healthcare & Nutrition - The Washington Post 

The road to failure is paved with good intentions

Take a moment to think of a task you wish to accomplish in the next three months. It should be something specific, like clearing out your backyard or completing an online course, so that you can judge, definitively, if and when it has been completed. As you think about it right now, how likely would you say it is that you will finish the task by the end of autumn? Read full article >>

The Guardian (U.K.) 

Neanderthal abstract art found in Gibraltar cave

Discovery is a significant shift in our understanding of human development, say experts Continue reading...

NHS (U.K.) 

Could watching action films make you fat?

“Couch potatoes captivated by fast-paced action films eat far more than those watching more sedate programmes,” The Independent reports. A small US study found that people snacked more when watching action-packed movies. The study took 94 US student volunteers and randomly assigned them in groups to watch 20 minutes of either the action film “The Island” with sound, the same film without s

FOXNews.com - Health 

Ebola outbreak 'out of control,' says CDC director

Just back from a week in the Ebola hot zone, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Tom Frieden had a dire assessment of the situation on the ground there.

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