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Be Thankful For A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Nov 23, 14 Be Thankful For A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Posted by in Health, Seasonal

Okay, all you gluten-free eaters and loved ones of those who are gluten-free…Thanksgiving is only a few days away, which means that the time is on for planning a safe meal. Thanksgiving can be a nightmare for anyone with a gluten allergy. The good news, though, is that it is very easy to replace all those gluten-rich foods with some very tasty gluten-free alternatives.

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Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Nov 23, 14 Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming, Technology

As Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. for Wii U hits the stores, one resourceful genius has found a way to help entertain bored students or offices workers who can’t smuggle a 3DS or Wii U into their place of work or study. Super Smash Bros. is now available on calculators.

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What’s More Germy: Kissing A Stranger Or Shaking Their Hand?

Nov 23, 14 What’s More Germy: Kissing A Stranger Or Shaking Their Hand?

Posted by in Health

While coughing and sneezing has gotten a bad rap for passing on illness, most aren’t aware that other interactions are capable of spreading equally unwanted or even more dangerous forms of contagion. But as for which social interaction has the worst consequences, well that’s up to you to decide.

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The 9 Basic Elements That You’ll Find In All Our Music

Nov 23, 14 The 9 Basic Elements That You’ll Find In All Our Music

Posted by in Media & Entertainment, Science

TV On The Radio’s lead singer Tunde Adebimpe once told Rookie, “Songs are like spells, you know? You put a spell in someone’s mind… it’s a pretty effective thing.” What determines if the spell cast is of a metal variety, or jazz, or rock, or country? A new study published in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America may have the answer.

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A Less Stupid Cupid

Nov 23, 14 A Less Stupid Cupid

Posted by in Technology

New dating sites show up online almost as often as Kim Kardashian’s butt. One day it’s Tinder and OKCupid. The next, you’ve got Clover and the League and Project Fixup and Zoosk. And in technology, when a constantly changing gaggle of companies contend for pieces of the same market, it almost always means one thing: None of them are getting it right.

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Gobbling Up The Bucks

Nov 22, 14 Gobbling Up The Bucks

Posted by in Lifestyle, Seasonal

Thanksgiving is fast upon us. In fact, this Thursday, people all over the United States will consume the traditional Thanksgiving meal. Bloomberg recently explained that about 46 million turkeys don tables nationwide each year. However, Bloomberg also identified that turkeys will likely be more expensive, at least for the wholesale purchasers like grocery stores.

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Sexiest Man Alive: People Magazine Vs. Science

Nov 22, 14 Sexiest Man Alive: People Magazine Vs. Science

Posted by in Media & Entertainment, Science

In case you haven’t heard, Chris Hemsworth has been voted this year’s People magazine’s "Sexiest Man Alive." He replaced last year’s reigning hottie, Adam Levine, from Maroon 5. Although the magazine's Sexiest Man Alive rating has been around since 1985, how closely does its male attractiveness scale accurately portray what science says all women want?

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Let’s Talk Black Holes

Nov 22, 14 Let’s Talk Black Holes

Posted by in Miracles Of The Modern, Space

Have you ever wanted the chance to just sit down with a scientist so that you could pick their brain about some aspect of our Universe that you were curious about? Well, thanks to the National Science Foundation, a team sat down with astrophysicist Dan Evans of the Smithsonian Institute to ask him about one of the most fascinating aspects of his research: black holes.

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Q&A: When Cooking And Climate Change Intersect

Nov 22, 14 Q&A: When Cooking And Climate Change Intersect

Posted by in Science

Kenyan environmentalist Wanjira Maathai spokeon the sidelines of a conference on clean cooking that took place in New York on Thursday and Friday. It highlighted the dangers, particularly for women and girls, and the environmental impact of cooking with wood and charcoal.

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PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Nov 22, 14 PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Posted by in Gaming, Technology

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of Microsoft’s eighth-generation Xbox One, and Sony celebrated the one-year anniversary of its PlayStation 4 on Nov. 15. Now that both consoles have been available for one year, we’re here to look at which is the better buy.

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