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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Science News

Texting makes you walk differently, a new study shows. So does reading from a phone, but to a lesser extent.
Your parents have probably told you 1,000 times: "If you crack your knuckles, you'll get arthritis." Trace pops this common myth and tells you what happens when you crack or pop your knuckles, and how you can actually develop arthritis.
Over the past decade, researchers have been testing gene therapy on blind dogs in attempt to restore vision. Six patients in Oxford had this same treatment done, and they're reportedly cured! Trace shines some light on the subject.
The mutation for milk-drinking evolved in different parts of the world over the last 10,000 years as a result of strong natural selection, but why was it so advantageous?

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