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Not to be sniffed at: BO haters more likely to vote for Trump

Paris - People easily disgusted by body odours seem to prefer authoritarian leaders and were likelier to support Donald Trump, an unusual study into the origins of ideology suggested Wednesday.

The warm glow of giving starts in your brain: study

Paris - What inspires humans to acts of generosity? Economists, psychologists and philosophers have pondered this question for millennia.

Op-Ed: No, Peppa Pig is not to blame for your children’s behaviour

A columnist of the Daily Mail told her readers why she had suddenly decided to ban the four-time Bafta-winning cartoon “Peppa Pig” from her home. Is Britain’s top-selling pre-school character as dangerous and evil as the journalist claims it is?

Computer solves 120-year-old mystery of worms in three days

A computer has solved a mystery that has been puzzling scientists for over 120 years in just three days. Using complex predictive simulation software, the system managed to explain how sliced-up worms turn into independent organisms.

Unusual Shark Behaviour Can Be Traced Special

Sharm El-sheikh - The Convenor of ISO Standards Technical Committee TC228/WG1 for Diving Services, Martin Denison from Vienna, talks about his experience in his 25 years of diving in Sharm El Sheikh, and says that sighting of sharks is what divers live for.

Study says clean smells unconsciously promote moral behavior

A recent study, from Brigham Young University, shows people are unconsciously fairer and more generous when they are in clean-smelling environments

Review: From birds to frogs, same sex sexuality is common

Recent work accomplished by a pair of scientists from the University of California, Riverside have come up with an interesting find. Across the animal world, same -sex behaviour is rather common and yet the review of it's consequences remain unstudied.

Op-Ed: Are We Too Nice For Our Kids Own Good?

Have we become to nice to our kids? Is the public now intolerant of those children who say it like it is? Do we soften the blow today so much that decent behave is no longer acceptable?

Animals Amok on the Streets of St. Helier Special

A gang of teenage boys, charged with a violent attack on a 22-year old man, were told by a Royal Court judge, they had acted like a pack of wild animals. He informed the gang "Your actions are intimidating to members of the public."

Eliminating Recess Does Not Benefit School Children

There is a growing trend in public schools to take away recess from primary schools. Adults would scream loudly if their coffee breaks were removed yet recess is an easy target in primary schools. Children, like adults need time to regroup and socialize.

Op-Ed: Loudmouth drunken men, so proud to be male - not

The other day just happened to be New Year's Eve so a friend and I decided to go and see the fireworks display here in Sydney Harbour.

Family Day At The Beach Turns Pornographic For Some

A day at the beach meant more than just sandcastles and boogie boards for beach goers when they caught sight of of some "wild" life. Three men, over 55, were arrested for performing sex acts on one another in full public view.

The New Buzz Phrase Hits Schools In The UK, And It's Called - Emotional Intelligence

UK Comprehensive secondary school pupils are about to get a wake up call - lessons in good manners

Laughter May Boost Altruistic Behavior

Laughter makes a person to act selfless

Playing violent games does not increase violent behaviour

Violent games do not increase aggressive behaviour

Keeping Money in Mind Makes People Less Helpful

Money is an incentive to work hard, but it also promotes selfish behavior.

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