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How A 'Superhuman' Really Saved A Man From A Burning Car

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July 2, 2014
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Bob Renning bent the door of stranger Mike Johannes' burning SUV to save his life. But how did he do it? What is 'superhuman' strength? Video provided by Newsy


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Buzz60 (Dec. 19, 2013) — A Scandinavian research lab is developing a device that claims to allow humans to hear what man's best friend is really thinking. Leigh Scheps (@LeighTVreporter) explains how the 'No More Woof' headset works.
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Kids React to Lammily, The Realistic Barbie Alternative

Kids React to Lammily, The Realistic Barbie Alternative

Buzz60 (Nov. 19, 2014) — Artist Nickolay Lamm's Kickstarter-funded Lammily doll, based on his 'What Would Barbie Look Like as a Real Woman' project, is finally available to buy. Jen Markham explains how the doll's realistic proportions are going over with a test group of second-graders who are used to the impossible measurements of Barbie dolls. Video provided by Buzz60
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Doping the Brain: The Dangerous Side Effects of 'Smart Drugs'

Doping the Brain: The Dangerous Side Effects of 'Smart Drugs'

Deutsche Welle (Oct. 13, 2013) — Just pop a pill and you're suddenly at the top of your game - that's a dream fueled by the widespread global abuse of drugs that claim to enhance mental performance.Klaus Lieb, director of the clinic for psychiatry and psychotherapy at the University of Mainz, has found that around 20 percent of students and surgeons in Germany have experimented with so-called brain doping. But do these pills really help? And what about their side effects? For a study, Lieb made 40 chess players face off against a computer - with the help of ritalin, modafilin and a placebo.
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Research Maps Out Newborn Genetic Futures

Research Maps Out Newborn Genetic Futures

AP (Oct. 7, 2013) — Newborns are having their DNA decoded at select research facilities and hospitals around the country, for scientists to analyze the their genetic futures. But do parents really want to know everything? (Oct. 7)
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