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Fixes for Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS.

Don't put up with misbehaving software. If one of your apps keeps crashing, here's how to make the troublesome program run smoothly again.
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And it starts happening quickly.

The distress and upheaval are emotionally and physically overwhelming in the short-term, but such a trauma in someone’s childhood is also connected to long-term…
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What to look for—and what to do about it.

The water can be dangerous, particularly for youngsters who don’t know how to swim. Here's how to spot and prevent drowning.
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First of all, it's not the herpes you're thinking of.

This new study offers further evidence to support the idea that Alzheimer’s could have something to do with viruses and bacterial infections.
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A slew of new startups are vying to serve the booming market for small satellites by launching small rockets more frequently and cheaply

When a sleek 17 meter-tall rocket called Electron blasts off from a pad at Mahia, New Zealand it will become the first flight bearing the payload for actual paying…
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Science for your smoocheroos.

Is there anything as swoony as a long kiss? The simple act of pressing your lips to someone else’s can fuel everything from lust to love. But what does science say about…
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Finding Nemo/Cars Crossover

China's clown fish like underwater drone isn't for kids' movies, but for deep sea science- and maybe submarine hunting.
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The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 48.

My job is to find cool stuff. Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are ingenious or clever or ridiculously cheap. Often times, these…
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A childhood without affection can be devastating, even if basic needs are met.

Harlow’s monkey experiments proved a pivotal turning point in animal research, scientific ethics, and our understanding of primate attachment.
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Cut down on deforestation.

Palm oil turns up in everything from processed foods to cosmetics to biofuel. But the farms that grow this ubiquitous ingredient are destroying the rainforest. Here's…
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