Some Neanderthals really enjoyed their surf and turf rather than mammoth steaks, according to a new study. The discovery sheds light on Neanderthal populations who relied on the sea as a source of food, in addition to hunting and gathering on land.
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson transferred to intensive care
Over 51,000 people in the United Kingdom have tested positive for COVID-19, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles, heir to the British throne.
Neanderthals at the CNN China Fake News Network really enjoyed putting out FakeNewsCNN Who’s calling em Neanderthals?
Fresh produce in Europe set to be more scarce as coronavirus strikesMajor suppliers say fresh fruit and vegetables could become more scarce in Europe as the coronavirus pandemic affects supply chains and crop pickers fail to turn up yup Well, I wonder what that's going to do to prices.
New York Daily News Calls Trump A ‘Basket Case’ Over Easter Coronavirus PlanThe tabloid gave Trump bunny ears as it blasted his 'hare-brained' desire. The radical left wing media is getting sadder by the day.. Hillary lost. Get over it. And rightfully so. He is a total idiot. Russia really screwed us when they put him in office.
Daily meditation may help protect the brain from aging, study of buddist monk's brain suggestsYongey Mingyur Rinpoche has been practicing meditation for decades. A recently published study suggests his brain age is 33—eight years younger than his actual age.
Ariana Grande Just Shared Her 'Terrifying' Brain Scan on Social MediaAriana Grande recently shared a photo of her brain scan and compared a healthy brain to a brain with PTSD.
What Causes Learning Disabilities? Poor Brain Connectivity Is LikelyWhile this is the first study to show that learning difficulties arise from poor connections between brain hubs, their importance in understanding brain disorders is becoming increasingly clear.
How to Manage Stress Eating (or Not Eating)Coronavirus-related anxiety and changes in your routine may have turned your usual eating habits upside down. Here are some tips to help. Additional tips here from DrBethK with UABNews