Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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Is Constant 'Facebooking' Bad for Teens?

Jennifer Welsh, LiveScience Staff Writer

Today's teens and college students are what researchers call "digital natives," or the "iGeneration," a generation constantly connected to the Internet and Facebook, texting and instant messaging. Now, a set of new studies reveals the psychological effects of constant Facebooking.

Artificial Skin Spun from Spider Silk

Charles Q. Choi, LiveScience Contributor

The secret to creating artificial skin might be spider silk, researchers now suggest.

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