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Researchers Identify Chile’s Own Stonehenge in the Atacama Desert
The cairn-like pillars called saywas and the Stonehenge have similar purposes.
Hair Stylist’s Invention to Stop Oil Spills Is a Game-Changer
The cleanup method is being used today.
Welsh Village Name With Over 20 Spelling Variations Confuses Visitors and...
Four are still commonly used today.
This Needle-Less Alternative to Stitches Is the New and Easy Way...
The non-invasive approach prevents further puncturing of the skin.
Keto Dieters Are Probably Not in Ketosis, Experts Say
It turns out getting into a state of ketosis is more complicated than most of us thought.
‘Find Your Passion’ Is Actually Bad Advice, According to Experts
Yale-NUS and Stanford psychologists argue that developing interests is better than finding your passion.
Study Confirms Amazon’s Psychedelic Drink Ayahuasca Can Help Treat Severe Depression
The medicinal drink can provide relief to those with treatment-resistant depression.
These Life-Changing Shoes Can Fit from Childhood All the Way to...
And they're improving the lives of many children around the world!
Avengers: Infinity War Superfan Watches Film 47 Times, Gets Invited to...
He's been dubbed the 'Infinity Watcher.'
Stranger Things Fans Rejoice: Prequel Novel and Other Books in the...
Netflix and Penguin Random House have partnered up to release the spin-off books.
Adorable 5-Year-Old’s Sassy Graduation Dance Rocks The Internet
She surely has a bright future ahead of her.
Heartbreaking Lockdown Song Poster in Kindergarten Class Shows What Our World...
It shouldn't be necessary to teach children aged 5 and below lockdown drills, but it is.