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Matsuyama Holds On To Win Masters

Matsuyama Holds On To Win Masters

Hideki Matsuyama might have only won the Masters by a single stroke when it was all said and done, but very few people, particularly those…

Yankees Avoid Sweep, Explode Late Vs Rays

Yankees Avoid Sweep, Explode Late Vs Rays

The New York Yankees came into Sunday’s meeting with the Tampa Bay Rays behind the eight-ball so to speak. They came into the affair knowing…

Pelicans Win As Zion Dominates

Zion Williamson hasn’t found his transition from college to the NBA to be seamless. But he has had his good showings. Sunday was one of…

Taylor, McKinstry Help Dodgers Past Nats

The Los Angeles Dodgers are that team. They can seemingly do no wrong, especially in the regular season. It’s as if they are made out…

Rose’s Lead Dwindles In Second Round As Spieth, Others Make Moves

Rose’s Lead Dwindles In Second Round As Spieth, Others Make Moves

Justin Rose led by four strokes after the opening round of the Masters in Augusta…

Jazz Win 23rd Straight Home Game

Jazz Win 23rd Straight Home Game

The Utah Jazz came into Thursday night’s match up with the Portland Trail Blazers in…

Arenado, Cardinals Continue Strong Start

Arenado, Cardinals Continue Strong Start

Nolan Arenado hasn’t been a member of the St. Louis Cardinals, but he’s already made…

Rose Takes Big First-Round Lead At Masters

Rose Takes Big First-Round Lead At Masters

After 18 holes of the 2021 edition of the Masters, one man clearly stands above…

Acuna, Sandoval Lead Braves To Doubleheader Wins

Acuna, Sandoval Lead Braves To Doubleheader Wins

The Atlanta Braves came into Wednesday having started the 2021 Major League Baseball season 0-4.…

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Smell you later: Exposure to smells in early infancy can modulate adult behavior

Smell you later: Exposure to smells in early infancy can modulate adult behavior

The smells that newborn mice are exposed to affect many social behaviors later in life, but how this happens is still…

Study suggests new advice for medics treating high blood pressure

Study suggests new advice for medics treating high blood pressure

Researchers found no evidence that diastolic blood pressure – the bottom reading on a test – can be harmful to patients…

Practicing 'mindfulness' in summer camp benefits campers and counselors alike

Practicing 'mindfulness' in summer camp benefits campers and counselors alike

A project shows how implementing an evidence-based mindfulness program in a summer camp setting decreases emotional distress in school age children…

Combining mask wearing, social distancing suppresses COVID-19 virus spread

Combining mask wearing, social distancing suppresses COVID-19 virus spread

Studies show wearing masks and social distancing can contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus, but their combined effectiveness is not…

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

Using emotion and humor to combat science misinformation

An expert examines why it’s so difficult to detect science misinformation and suggests that using humor may help combat the issue. Start the conversation, or Read more at ScienceDaily…

Japanese PM drinks water from Fukushima nuclear plant to reassure world that radiation is ‘safe and tasty’

Japanese PM drinks water from Fukushima nuclear plant to reassure world that radiation is ‘safe and tasty’

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga drank liters of water from the Fukushima nuclear plant this week to prove to the world that its water would not cause any health hazards. The…

Basketball Mathematics scores big at inspiring kids to learn

Basketball Mathematics scores big at inspiring kids to learn

New study with 756 1st through 5th graders demonstrates that a six-week mashup of hoops and math has a positive effect on their desire to learn more, provides them with…

Study links structural brain changes to behavioral problems in children who snore

Study links structural brain changes to behavioral problems in children who snore

A large study of children has uncovered evidence that behavioral problems in children who snore may be associated with changes in the structure of their brain’s frontal lobe. The findings…

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