This is so crazy!
A new study by Ohio State University Professor Jesse Fox found that men who post tons of selfies online tend to be a little more… psycho.
The study showed that men who took hella selfies also happened to exhibit higher levels of narcissism and psychopathy!
Obsessing over what filter to use didn't make things better. Those men were found to have even more intense narcissism and self-objectification.
The study itself consisted of men aged 18-40 filling out online surveys about their selfie habits. Then they filled out a questionnaire about anti-social behavior and objectification.
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After about 800 men participated, the study found that
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It seems like science is always going back and forth when it comes to just how bad sitting all day is.
Like, we all know sitting for a living is bad, but is it really reallllllly bad? Or just pretty bad?
Some studies paint a very bleak picture of what sitting all day does to you and how there's nothing you can do about it, but a new study, published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, has shown us the light! There is hope!!
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Science has done some incredible things in the past century, but no study could match the amazing results found in a recent look at food and taste.
A new study at Cornell university in NY took a look at the eating habits of 139 people at an Italian buffet at an upstate NY restaurant.
You know, instead of working on a cure for cancer, scientists spent their time studying food. Wonderful.
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Remember when we said that jogging might actually be bad for your health??
Well now vegetarianism has been outed as not all that healthy after all!
New research has found that vegetarians are generally less healthy and have a worse quality of
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It's weird to think that everyone's idea of the "jock" being less than brilliant could be just as fictitious as we all secretly believed it to be!
According to a new study, it looks like kids who are more physically fit are able to absorb more information and learn more things in school!
We'd say that's a win-win!
The study from the American College of Sports Medicine, found that fourth- and fifth-grade students who ran around and otherwise exercised vigorously for at least 10 minutes before a math test did muuuuuuch better than those who sat quietly before taking it!
Here's the super interesting part: the better the fitness, the higher the scores. Meaning, body size had almost NO role. Students who were overweight but relatively fit did way better than lighter, less-fit children!
What this means is this, according to the authors of the study:
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Just because "an elephant never forgets," it doesn't mean that they've got the BEST long-term memory.
A new study has found that dolphins might actually have an incredibly powerful long-term memory.
Dolphins have a signature whistle, it's the call they make, which is basically like a dolphin version of a name..
When a dolphin in Bermuda was played the whistle of a dolphin it had lived with over 20 years ago, he
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Looking to shed some pounds?
Well, forget what you heard about eating a bunch of small meals during the day! It's not really helping you — we figure it's probably more of a mental trick into thinking you're eating a lot anyway.
A new study is showing that
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