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    natural cycles app

    Just make sure you know the facts.

    The Food and Drug Administration just approved the first software application for contraceptive use, called Natural Cycles, and it’s raising a lot of eyebrows.

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    Algae cover the surface of the Caloosahatchee River

    5 questions answered.

    One of the longest-lasting red tide outbreaks in the state’s history is affecting more than 100 miles of beaches. Meanwhile, discharges of polluted fresh water from Lake…

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    Just breathe.

    2018 has been pretty overwhelming. Do what you can to make your friends feel comforted.

    They work 60 hours a week, have half a dozen side-hustles, and never, ever cancel plans. These gifts will appeal to all five of their senses, and will hopefully help…

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    Playing the most popular game in the world on Samsung's new Flagship phone.

    Gaming phones are increasing in popularity so get your thumbs ready.

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    walter rothschild zebra carriage

    Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.

    What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s newest podcast.

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    roller coaster

    Capturing thrill seekers through the ages.

    Photographing people on roller coasters has existed almost as long as the rides themselves.

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    The change between 2011 and 2018 is stark.

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    measles map

    2018 has been a pretty normal year for the measles, actually.

    Multiple news outlets are reporting this week that there’s currently a measles outbreak of 107 people in 21 states. There’s just one problem: that’s not from one big…

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    Make the social network less soul-crushing.

    Many of us think of LinkedIn as the lamest social network. But that's because we're not using it to its full potential. Here are 10 tips to make LinkedIn work for…

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    Go west, young sapling.

    Climate change is creating tough living conditions for certain species of trees. So they're moving westward to cope.

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    polaroid photo tips from popular science magazine

    And other vintage photo news from Popular Science’s May 1947 issue.

    Today we’re taking you way back to 1947 for some photographic wisdom from our friend’s at Popular Science. Happy Throwback Thursday!

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    Researchers developed a sensor to detect blood in the stomach.

    Researchers developed a sensor to detect blood in the stomach. The result was a big pill to swallow, so before giving it to humans, the scientists tested it in pigs.

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    Climate change extreme rain Northeast

    Raindrops keep falling—and it's a big problem.

    The entire continental United States has seen an uptick in extreme precipitation events in the last half-century. But nowhere is it raining harder than the Northeast.

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    OR jacket

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    How to find the right rain jacket for the weather.

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    Elephants are bringing a genetic gun to a cancer knife-fight.

    Elephants are some of the biggest mammals who roam the Earth, so mathematically they should be hounded by cancer at 100 times the rate of humans. Yet death by cancer…

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    baby food feeding

    Testing has many concerned, but don’t panic just yet.

    Baby food is just the latest product to be found containing potentially hazardous levels of heavy metals. But what are heavy metals anyway, and why are they so…

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    Nintendo NES Classic Edition

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    When you plug an old game console into an HDTV, you’ll see an underwhelming mess of blurry, laggy video with muted colors. Luckily, you can do a few things to make it…

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    sunflower field

    Demand for the plant's oil fueled the rise in popularity.

    Over the last 60 years, changes to our diets and industrial needs mean the area of global oil crop production has more than doubled. Four oil crops consume most of this…

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    The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 54. It's bananas.

    My job is to find cool stuff. Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are ingenious or clever or ridiculously cheap.

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