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    a baby in a saucer

    Pediatricians just published data on related injuries—but this isn't new information.

    Plenty of people aren’t aware of just how dangerous these baby walkers can be—but doctors have known for years.

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    Twitter Timeline

    The algorithm's grip on your social stream may be loosening.

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    Flooding in Kinston, North Carolina

    Rivers flood regularly during hurricanes, but get less attention than coastlines

    Some of the worst damage from Eastern Seaboard hurricanes in the past several decades has come from inland flooding along rivers after storms move ashore.

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    Face recognition software super-recognizers cognitive neuroscience

    And how AI could help them do it even better.

    Our ability to place faces exists on a spectrum. Some super-recognizers, whose abilities far exceed the average, have taken an outsize role in fighting crime.

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    Excerpt: Math with Bad Drawings

    It’s very simple. Math looks like language. A funny language, I’ll admit. It’s dense, terse, and painstaking to read.

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    A wire photographer gets ready to cover Florence.

    As everyday citizens evacuate or shelter in place, photojournalists move into the eye of the storm. Here’s how they plan for the assignment.

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    a toddler washing a window covered in suds

    Don't go throwing the baby out with the bathtub cleaner.

    More and more research these days shows us we might have gone too far with our obsession to rid our homes of germs, and that kids could use a little dirt.

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    Even organic and low-fat varieties can hide half your daily recommend sugar.

    Researchers found that many varieties of yogurt were absolutely packed full of sugar. We did a little more digging to unmask the worst culprits.

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    iPhone XS video

    Everything you need to know about Apple's latest products.

    Hands on with Apple's new iPhones and Apple Watch.

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    Cars and buses on busy London street at dusk.

    Higher levels of air pollution may be linked to higher risk of dementia.

    The air you breathe could impact your brain. Exposure to high levels of air pollution might contribute to the development of dementia later in life.

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    Outdoor Life OL Guide Life

    Outdoor Life's gear is designed for quality and comfort.

    Outdoor Life magazine recently designed, tested, and launched their own line of equipment under the name OL Guide Life. Their gear focuses on quality and comfort.

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    By clearing forests and raising animals, early farmers cranked up the global thermostat, possibly preventing another ice age.

    If not for these earliest agronomists, Earth might be significantly cooler today than it is.

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    A galactic near-miss.

    Our galaxy’s history was a lot more turbulent than previously thought.

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    One stop for all the things you wish you hadn’t shopped.

    When it comes to product recall watch lists, there’s something for everything.

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    A piece of blue fabric with electronics attached

    Robotic skins could have a place in space (and on stuffed animals).

    Potentially, any soft object could become a robot with the skin slipped around it: a piece of foam tube, a ball, or even a stuffed animal.

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    Buildings damaged by Hurricane Maria

    Here's the devastating truth.

    The devastating truth is that most of the deaths in Puerto Rico were avoidable.

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    Polygraph test pseudoscience

    It’s time to stop pinning our hopes on pseudoscience.

    Americans love to take, deliver, and judge the results of polygraph tests. Too bad they’re mostly worthless.

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    Supplies to help you do everything (that you do on your laptop) better.

    Personal computer accessories to help protect and leverage your device's capabilities.

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    PlayStation Classic

    It will come with 20 games and two classic controllers.

    The PlayStation Classic is aimed clearly at thirty-somethings who miss the days of Final Fantasy VII.

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    Countdown: 45 years left until ‘First Contact’

    Astrophysicists just found a planet orbiting the star HD 26965, 16 light years away from Earth. And it's Vulcan.

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