Sometimes, funny stories really bring out the wonder of the human body. You can get orgasms triggered in your feet, because of overlap in the sensory cortex.
Well, have you asked it? Mine like to talk about the boldness and simplicity of Mondrian, we have a lot of arguments.Sci is at Neurotic Physiology today for this friday's Weird Science, where someone really DID ask if mice preferred Renoir.
Please welcome this month's Scicurious Guest Writer, Roshan Karki!!! Kathmandu: A city with a great sense of rumor "It is a miracle!
When I was in college, the choir director used to begin every rehearsal with “Sing me an A!”. The 100 person choir would muddle around, with often hilariously off key results.
Sci is at Neurotic Physiology today talking about a new study in naked mole rats! Because everything is better when there are naked mole rats in it. It turns out that naked mole rats are resistant to cancer?
People who suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can't help some of their actions. They suffer from severely intrusive thoughts and anxiety, which they know are not right.
Leprosy is one of those diseases that, when I first read about it, haunted my imagination. I had sad pictures of haggard, dirty people, wearing sackcloth, covered in sores or maybe with toes, noses, or hands missing, shuffling alone, wearing a bell to make that no one would go near...
Sci is at Neurotic Physiology today, talking about an interesting new study. There's one gene that, when you knock it out, produces obese mice. There's another that, when you knock it out, produced overgrooming mice, a model of OCD.
When I am stressed (and I'm stressed a lot of the time, as I bet a lot of you are as well), I turn to coffee. Not just to keep me going through the time when I need to get things done, but also for relaxation.
There once was a mothWho lived on a slothAnd its larvae they did eat sloth s**tFor the sloth is so slowThe moth's nowhere to goSo try as it might, it can't quit.Sci is at Neurotic Physiology today for Friday Weird Science!
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