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Matters of the Brain Why Men and Women Are So Different
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LONDON – A prevalent understanding, particularly in the 1980s, was that boys and girls are born cognitively the same. It was the way parents and society treated them that made them different.

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'Iceman' Mummy Holds World's Oldest Blood Cells
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The oldest red blood cells ever identified have been found in the body of Ötzi the Iceman, a 5,300-year-old mummy found in the Alps in 1991.
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Why the Urge to Pee Ruins Sleep for Some
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For most people, sleep is undisturbed by the need to pee, because our bladders seem to hold more urine over night. But just how this happens, and why some people are unable to do this, has remained a mystery until now.
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