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As we develop, the company we keep may be increasingly influenced by our genes, according to a new study led by Virginia Commonwealth University researchers. Researchers report that as individuals develop, genes become increasingly important in influencing how they choose their peer groups. The findings offer insight>
The ancient relative to modern humans Australopithecus sediba walked like a human, but climbed like an ape, filling in a gap in the fossil record long posited by biologists, finds a new analysis.The recovery of new lumbar vertebrae from the lower back of a single individual of the human relative, Australopithecus>
A recent paper examined 45,079 cases of toxoplasmosis in wild mammals—a disease that has been linked to nervous system disorders, cancers and other debilitating chronic conditions—using data from 202 global studies and found wildlife living near dense urban areas, where there are lots of cats carrying the pararsite>
Do cats adjust their behavior to what works to get what they want or do they nag humans until people begin to respond in more agreeable ways?Some cat owners, and probably most dog owners, might argue that cats engage in the latter and when it seems like the former it is just a lucky meeting of personalities. A new>
LIMBURGERHOF, Germany, April 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- April 25th marks the fourth annual  World Malaria Day, again to focus on the goal of achieving near zero malaria deaths by 2015, and how different stakeholders are contributing to reaching this target.    BASF is marking the day by telling the story>
If you see commercials for brain-training products, the companies all tout laboratory studies and scientific backing for their products in how they can improve your brainpower. Most intervention studies like these have a critical flaw, notes a new paper in Perspectives on Psychological Science: They do not account>