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  • Disease learned to predict the birth month

    Scientists from the University of Alicante (Spain) learned to predict the disease of the people depending on the month of their birth. Reported by the Daily Mail. For example, those born in September, compared with those who were born in January, about three times more likely to suffer from thyroid diseases.

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  • Disease learned to predict the birth month

    Scientists from the University of Alicante (Spain) learned to predict the disease of the people depending on the month of their birth. Reported by the Daily Mail. For example, those born in September, compared with those who were born in January, about three times more likely to suffer from thyroid diseases.

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  • Disease learned to predict the birth month

    Scientists from the University of Alicante (Spain) learned to predict the disease of the people depending on the month of their birth. Reported by the Daily Mail. For example, those born in September, compared with those who were born in January, about three times more likely to suffer from thyroid diseases.

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  • Hawking called the timing of the relocation of people from Earth

    British scientist Stephen Hawking believes that in the next 30 years humanity must migrate from the Ground. About physicist spoke at the International festival of Sciences and arts Starmus IV, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. This publication reports The Telegraph.

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  • Hawking called the timing of the relocation of people from Earth

    British scientist Stephen Hawking believes that in the next 30 years humanity must migrate from the Ground. About physicist spoke at the International festival of Sciences and arts Starmus IV, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. This publication reports The Telegraph.

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  • Hawking called the timing of the relocation of people from Earth

    British scientist Stephen Hawking believes that in the next 30 years humanity must migrate from the Ground. About physicist spoke at the International festival of Sciences and arts Starmus IV, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. This publication reports The Telegraph.

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  • Hawking called the timing of the relocation of people from Earth

    British scientist Stephen Hawking believes that in the next 30 years humanity must migrate from the Ground. About physicist spoke at the International festival of Sciences and arts Starmus IV, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. This publication reports The Telegraph.

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  • Hawking called the timing of the relocation of people from Earth

    British scientist Stephen Hawking believes that in the next 30 years humanity must migrate from the Ground. About physicist spoke at the International festival of Sciences and arts Starmus IV, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. This publication reports The Telegraph.

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  • Hawking called the timing of the relocation of people from Earth

    British scientist Stephen Hawking believes that in the next 30 years humanity must migrate from the Ground. About physicist spoke at the International festival of Sciences and arts Starmus IV, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. This publication reports The Telegraph.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • Named unusual property of adult sons of fathers

    British and American scientists showed that adult sons of fathers, compared to children of young parents have characteristics that enable them with high likelihood of becoming geeks. A study published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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  • The Americans were "big frogs in a small pond"

    Psychologists from the United States explained the desire of the Chinese to education in the leading universities of the world, comparing them to "little frogs in a big pond" and, on the contrary, the desire of Americans to be "big frogs in a small pond". The reason for this scientists see in the cultural differences between people.

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