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  1. space
    Aliens Might Have Sent Cigar-Shaped Probe to Monitor Earth, Study FindsThe interstellar object entered our solar system last year — and then left at an unnaturally rapid speed, new research from Harvard suggests.
  2. congress
    Why Congress Thinks Voters Are Way More Conservative Than They Actually ArePoliticians think their constituents are right wing — because, in most cases, the only constituents they need to worry about are corporations.
  3. studies
    Is Sweetgreen Fast Food?A CDC report on adult Americans’ eating habits lumped the salad chain in with the likes of McDonald’s.
  4. Study: Minimum Wage Hikes Are Working As HopedNew research finds that minimum wage increases in six U.S. cities led to higher worker pay — without any negative impact on jobs.
  5. science of us
    This Is the Age When Your Self-Esteem PeaksIt stays at its highest point for a full decade.
  6. science of us
    The Gloomy Psychology of ‘Relationship Cycling’A new study contains a sad little fact about on-again off-again relationships.
  7. science of us
    When Your Sense of Self Includes Your Best FriendA new study on the challenge of knowing where one of you ends and the other begins.
  8. your mileage may vary
    How to Deliver a Pep Talk That’s Actually MotivatingWhen “You’ve got this!” doesn’t cut it.
  9. science of us
    Unsurprisingly, Many Women With PCOS Don’t Trust Their DoctorsIt’s common to wait years for a diagnosis.
  10. science of us
    There’s a Name for That Inexplicable Post-Sex SadnessResearch shows that it’s pretty common.
  11. science of us
    Do You Freak Out When Your Friend Picks Up the Check?You’re in good company.
  12. New Study Confirms That American Workers Are Getting Ripped OffU.S. workers get a smaller share of growth, less job security, and fewer unemployment benefits than laborers in nearly every other developed country.
  13. New Study: Trump’s Immigration Agenda May Have Hurt Him in 2016New research suggests that Trump’s nativism alienated more white voters than it mobilized in 2016. If true, the GOP could be in trouble this fall.
  14. Places Where Opioid Use Was the Highest Voted for Trump in 2016Counties across the country where chronic opioid use was higher went for Trump by an 18-point margin in 2016.
  15. sustainable fashion
    Wouldn’t You Pay an Extra 20 Cents for an Ethically Made Shirt?That might be the secret to ensuring a living wage for factory workers.
  16. science of us
    What a New CDC Study Reveals About People Who Live With Their Significant OthersAnd how cohabiting couples differ from married ones.
  17. studies
    New Study Reveals Exactly How Much the 2016 Election Ruined ThanksgivingA “creepy” new report shows that postelection dinners were much shorter than usual.
  18. science of us
    5 Ways Personality Changes in the First Year of MarriageIt’s kind of a mixed bag.
  19. science of us
    An Argument Expert Explains the Best Way to Fight With Your PartnerSo that you still like each other afterward.
  20. studies
    The Fashion Industry Is Still Run by MenDon’t be fooled by the Girl Power logo tees.
  21. science of us
    Everything to Know About a New Study on the Causes of PCOSA new development in the struggle to understand polycystic ovary syndrome.
  22. beverage battles
    New Report Says Millennials Hate Iced Tea NowCold brew is the new king of chilled caffeination.
  23. science of us
    When Straight Parents Don’t Know How to Talk to Their LGBTQ Kids About SexAccording to a new study, that’s a lot of them.
  24. news you can't booze
    Terrifying New Study Breaks Down Exactly How Drinking Can Shorten Your LifeThat extra glass of wine could shave 15 minutes off your life.
  25. science
    Ancient Crustaceans Died Out Because of Their Massive Male GenitalsAccording to the first study to link “sexual selection with actual extinction.”
  26. science of us
    The Biggest Findings From a New Study on InfidelityAnd what habits to change if these risk factors feel a little familiar.
  27. science of us
    This Is How Many Hours It Takes to Turn an Acquaintance Into a FriendA new study on when you can move past the small talk and get to the good part.
  28. science of us
    Advice From Sexuality Research About How to Keep the Spark AliveA new review paper looked at dozens of studies on maintaining desire in long-term relationships.
  29. health concerns
    America’s Obesity Epidemic Is Only Getting WorseNew research is incredibly alarming.
  30. pollution
    Very Alarming Study Finds Microplastics in 93 Percent of Bottled WaterResearchers fished particles out of 11 top worldwide brands.
  31. science of us
    This Study on First Kisses Is Basically a Teen Movie ScriptIt’s literally called “Never Been Kissed.”
  32. science
    Can a Silicon Valley Start-up Invent the First Drug to Treat Peanut Allergies?A new treatment looks promising.
  33. nature
    Oh God, These Whales Can Imitate Human Speech NowIf whales could talk …
  34. how does that make you feel
    The Same Traits That Make a Good Therapist Also Make a Bad OneA new study found that the same behaviors people loved in their therapists were also the ones that they said turned them off.
  35. science of us
    6 New Things Researchers Learned About Single People in 2017The studies say it’s a pretty great time to be unattached.
  36. science of us
    These Ideas About Sexual Attraction May Be Based on Shoddy ScienceFrom the researcher who brought us “men really do find high heels sexier,” and other insights.
  37. science of us
    Having a Daughter Makes Dads More Politically PolarizedIn whichever direction they already happen to lean.
  38. studies
    Exciting New Study Claims Cheese May Do Wonders for Your HeartResearchers say even a small piece per day could reduce risk of heart disease.
  39. science
    Study Confirms Women Are Also Better Than Men at EatingThe CDC says their diets are likelier to include enough fruits and vegetables.
  40. science
    Another Study Suggests Coffee Is Really Great for Your HeartA cup a day is linked to lower risk of heart failure and stroke.
  41. validation
    Study Confirms 2017 Is Way Worse Than 2016It’s nice to be proven right.
  42. women's health
    Women Struggling With Infertility Have an Increased Risk of Premature DeathA new study found an association between fertility issues and mortality.
  43. New Study Finds That Only 4.8% of TV Writers Are BlackA new study by a UCLA professor has resulted in some stunning proof that television still has a long, long way to go when it comes to diverse […]
  44. science of us
    Frequent Pot Smokers Also Have More Sex, Says Extremely Chill StudySex, drugs, and scientific research.
  45. science of us
    To Get Better at Understanding Other People, Start With YourselfResearch shows that introspection breeds empathy.
  46. health concerns
    Researchers Are Now Finding ‘Shocking Numbers’ of Microfibers in ShellfishPacific oysters and clams are at an average of eight particles apiece.
  47. science
    You Can Blame Coffee for Intensifying Your Sweet ToothNew research found that caffeine numbs the body’s ability to sense sweetness.
  48. science
    People Really Love This Study That Claims Coffee Might Prevent Early DeathWho doesn’t want four cups if it could cut risk of mortality by 64 percent?
  49. science
    Scientists Figured Out the Optimal Length of Time to Dunk an OreoLeave it in milk for four seconds.
  50. New Research Shows That Adults Are Getting Clobbered by Food AllergiesSevere reactions rose 377 percent in the last decade, and a third were by adults.
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