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Inmate Charged With Tattooing Killer
COLUMBUS, Ind. (Oct. 29) - An inmate accused of forcibly tattooing a slain 10-year-old girl's name onto her killer's forehead in an Indiana prison was the victim's cousin, a family friend said. Read on
Genes May Help Some People Bear Pain
By Robert Preidt
posted: 26 October 2006
04:31 pm ET
(HealthDay News) -- People who tolerate pain better may just be blessed with better genes.
Scientists say levels of a molecule called BH4 -- required for the production of major neurotransmitter chemicals -- influence the body's sensitivity to pain.
The team of international researchers, based at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, say BH4 levels might also determine a person's vulnerability to chronic pain.
Higher Education Fuels Stronger Belief in Ghosts
By Robert Roy Britt
LiveScience Managing Editor
posted: 20 January 2006
08:06 am ET
Believe it or not, higher education is linked to a greater tendency to believe in ghosts and other paranormal phenomena, according to a new study Read on.
And you wonder why your aunt has a beard.
Humans and Neanderthals Might Have Interbred
By Andrea Thompson
LiveScience Staff Writer
posted: 30 October 2006
05:05 pm ET
As modern humans spread across Europe tens of thousands of years ago, they may have interbred with Neanderthals, creating hybrids, according to a new study of ancient human bones from Romania.
Anthropologists have long wondered what happened when the two species met as modern humans spread from Africa into Neanderthal territory in Eurasia: did the populations interbreed or did modern humans simply replace their cousins?