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Hypoxia: When The Brain Is Deprived Of Adequate Oxygen Supply

from “How To Kill A Human Being” documentary

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TED: Ultrasound Surgery: Healing Without Cuts

Imagine having a surgery with no knives involved. At TEDMED, surgeon Yoav Medan shares a technique that uses MRI to find trouble spots and focused ultrasound to treat such issues as brain lesions.

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92% of Top Billboard Songs Are About $ex

Billboard Songs Are About 92% of Top Billboard Songs Are About $exWe always knew that with all your nipple-showing and lesbian-kissing and crotch-grabbing that you’re obsessed with sex, and today we have the science to back it up: “Approximately 92% of the 174 songs that made it into the [Billboard] Top 10 in 2009 contained reproductive messages,” says SUNY Albany psychology professor Dawn R. Hobbs in Evolutionary Psychology. That’s right–“reproductive messages,” our newest favorite euphemism.


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Queen’s ‘We Are The Champions’ Is The Catchiest Song Ever, Say Scientists

Scientists at Goldsmiths University conducted new research into what makes a song memorable and compiled a list of the ten “catchiest” songs of all time. The scientists found that ‘We Are The Champions’ was the track most were able to sing along to. This was followed by ‘Y.M.C.A’ by the Village People, Sum 41‘s ‘Fat Lip’, Europe‘s ‘The Final Countdown’ and The Automatic‘s ‘Monster’. MORE

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What really makes people happy?

HAPPY is a feature documentary that takes us on a journey in a search of what really makes people happy. Combining powerful interviews with the leading scientists in happiness research and real life stories of ordinary and extraordinary people around the world, the movie HAPPY uncovers secrets behind our most valued emotion.

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This Is How Americans Spend Their Time Online!

us time spent online This Is How Americans Spend Their Time Online!Americans spend nearly a quarter of their time online on social networking sites and blogs, up from 15.8 percent just a year ago (43 percent increase) according to new research released today from The Nielsen Company. The research revealed that Americans spend a third their online time (36 percent) communicating and networking across social networks, blogs, personal email and instant messaging. More

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