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Study finds that men really do look at women’s bodies more than faces

Written by The Sarcasmist on October 29, 2013 | Comments

A new study (one that is long overdue if you ask me) has found that men do really look at women’s bodies more than they look at their faces. The same study also found that women do the same thing (look at other women’s bodies that is). Social psychologist, Sarah Gervais of the University of ... Read More

Men walk slower when with a romantic partner

Written by The Sarcasmist on October 25, 2013 | Comments

A new study has found that men tend to walk slower when with a romantic partner. Seattle Pacific University researchers Cara Wall-Scheffler and colleagues have found that… “When walking with female romantic partners, males tend to slow down by about 7%.” They also found that… “The paces of friends of either same or mixed sex ... Read More

Maybe lead pipes aren’t so bad after all

Written by The Sarcasmist on August 22, 2013 | Comments

New research by U.S. scientist has discovered a potential link between copper and Alzheimer’s disease. But it also turns out that other research suggests that copper may actually be good for the brain. Now, you may not be aware, but copper is a necessary part of human diet and is necessary for a healthy body, ... Read More

Neanderthals had big right arms. Scientists think they now know why.

Written by The Sarcasmist on July 19, 2012 | Comments (4)

Up until recently, it was the accepted hypothesis that Neanderthals had unusually large biceps and triceps on their right arms because of the use (thrusting) of spears; however, new research suggests that it was not the act of killing game that resulted in their disproportionately large right arm muscles but rather the scraping of the ... Read More

Eat yogurt. Get bigger balls.

Written by The Sarcasmist on May 7, 2012 | Comments (2)

New research, by a team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has shown that mice that eat yogurt have balls that are 5 percent heavier than those of mice which are fed a regular diet. Interestingly enough, unlike most other highly useful studies, this one didn’t start off with a goal of ... Read More

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