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It's a common rookie mistake, but plenty of diet-and-exercise veterans make it, too: With an act of will, you muster yourself to the gym or the track, and you gut your way through an arduous workout.
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According to a June 2014 study by social scientists at Facebook, Cornell and UC San Francisco, emotions can spread among users of online social networks.
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As any professional photographer knows, setting up lights can be a hassle. This is often the case in the studio, but especially when shooting on location.
Although feelings are personal and subjective, the human brain turns them into a standard code that objectively represents emotions across different senses, situations and even people, reports a new study by Cornell University neuroscientist Adam Anderson.
A mystery burst of radio waves has scientists saying it came from beyond the Milky Way, but what was it? Cornell University astronomy professor James Cordes explains the science on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
When reading online business, product and service reviews, take the testimonials with a grain of salt.
Morris James LLP has announced that Laura G. Readinger has joined the firm's Wilmington office as an associate in its Business Litigation Practice Group.
Lighting is crucial to the art of photography. But lights are cumbersome and time-consuming to set up, and outside the studio, it can be prohibitively difficult to position them where, ideally, they ought to go.
Of the many adjectives that could adequately describe George W. Lewis, the first Executive Officer of the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics , "thorough" is arguably the most appropriate.
Researchers at MIT and Cornell University are developing small, light-equipped autonomous drones to help produce lighting effects for photographers.
William H. Frederick Jr., known as Bill, is 88 now, a little stooped and hard of hearing, a far hike down the road from his 1948 Swarthmore College graduation.
Injection wells used to dispose of wastewater from oil and gas drilling are causing earthquakes that may place public safety at risk, researchers are increasingly warning.
The debate over the possibility of a link between hydraulic fracturing and earthquakes has been around for years.
We almost lost the Hawaiian papaya back in the early 1990s, thanks to a virulent "ringspot" virus that devastated papaya orchards in Maui, Oahu and on the Big Island.
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