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Name issue has increased sexual desire among Greeks, study finds

The recent revival of the name issue between Athens and Skopje has also led to a revival in Greek bedrooms, according to the findings of an Andrological Institute study released on Friday that reported an increase in sexual desire among...

Why shift work is unhealthy and dangerous

A State of the Art Review published in The BMJ represents one of the most comprehensive reviews of peer-reviewed literature on shift work, sleep duration and quality, and the impact each has on chronic health outcomes and occupational accidents,

Fossils of a new dinosaur species found in Egypt

A team of scientists from Mansoura University in Egypt has discovered the remains of an up until now unknown kind of long-necked, plant-eating dinosaurs, which lived about 100 million years ago. Experts say the discovery could help scientists...

Mathematical formula reveals how long a relationship will last

A study carried out on 2,000 participants claims to have discovered the mathematical formula for long-lasting relationships. The research, commissioned by MSN, revealed a new love equation that will help people predict how long their current...

Don’t use Huawei phones, say heads of FBI, CIA, and NSA

The heads of six major US intelligence agencies have warned that American citizens shouldn’t use products and services made by Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE. According to a report from CNBC, the intelligence chiefs made the recommendation...

Scientists, fishermen in Macedonia team up to save rare trout

Macedonian scientists and fishermen have teamed up to start the artificial breeding of a species of trout unique to Lake Ohrid, its tributaries and outlet, the Black Drim river, Reuters reports. Poaching and overfishing have driven the Ohrid...

68th Berlinale begins

US director Wes Anderson’s dystopian stop-motion animation Isle of Dogs was screened at the opening of the 68th International Film Festival in Berlin last night. Running from Feb. 15 to Feb. 25, the 68th Berlinale will present 24...

Is Facebook for old people? Over-55s flock in as the young leave

It’s official: Facebook is for old(er) people. Teens and young adults are ditching Mark Zuckerberg’s social network as popularity among the over-55s surges, according to a report, reads The Guardian. In 2018, 2.2 million 12- to 17-year-olds...

Punishing kids for lying only makes them lie more

Do you punish your children when they’re caught in a lie? That’s what many parents do, but a new study from researchers at McGill University suggests it might be time for a different approach. The study finds that kids reprimanded for lying...

Photo of the Earth from a distance of 6.12 billion kilometers

The spacecraft that gave us close-ups of Pluto has set a record for the farthest photos ever taken. NASA’s probe New Horizons recently took a photo of the Earth from a distance of 6.12 billion kilometers, breaking a record that had stood...