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Between a rock and a wet place 06/30/2010

Between a rock and a wet place

Life is anything but a vacation for a climbing goby, a small fish that lives in Hawaii. Usually shorter than your thumb, this fish hatches in freshwater high in the hills and mountains. But soon afterward it’s swept out to the salty sea by strong currents

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Brainy bees know two from three 06/30/2010

Brainy bees know two from three

One, two, three…. That’s how high you could count if you were a bee. A new study found that honeybees can recognize a pattern based only on the number of elements in it.

If the bees learn to recognize three blue dots, then later they can find three yello

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Brain cells take a break 06/30/2010

Brain cells take a break

Scientists have long wanted to know what happens inside the human brain when deep asleep. You may be unconscious, but your brain cells are busy with activity. Neurons, brain cells that conduct electricity, keep your mind humming even while your body is re

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Body clocks 06/30/2010

Body clocks

Try this: For an entire day, forget about the clock. Eat when you’re hungry and sleep when you’re tired. What do you think will happen?

You may be surprised to find that your day is much like most other days. You’ll probably get hungry when you normally

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Baby Talk 06/30/2010

Baby Talk

Kids are far better than adults at learning how to speak multiple languages. Research now shows that very young infants might have some of the best language skills of all.

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Baby Number Whizzes 06/30/2010

Baby Number Whizzes

It takes years of school to develop math skills, but learning about numbers starts earlier than you might think. At 3 months of age, babies have already started acquiring a concept of "how much," according to a new study.

The finding isn't a total surpri

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Babies Prove Sound Learners 06/30/2010

Babies Prove Sound Learners

It can be hard to know what newborns want. They can't talk, walk, or even point at what they're thinking about.

Yet babies begin to develop language skills long before they begin speaking, according to recent research. And, compared to adults, they devel

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