Tag: Kids

FOR KIDS: Flipping icebergs

FOR KIDS: Flipping icebergs

| April 12, 2012

Capsizing icebergs may release as much energy as a bomb

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FOR KIDS: Twist and shake

FOR KIDS: Twist and shake

| March 27, 2012

A new look at the shape of the San Andreas Fault suggests future earthquakes may be stronger than previously thought

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Kids Want to Punch Joseph Kony [VIDEO]

Kids Want to Punch Joseph Kony [VIDEO]

YouTube user TheFineBros’s latest children react to things in the news video highlights documentary KONY 2012.

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FOR KIDS: Ancient flower blooms again

FOR KIDS: Ancient flower blooms again

| March 16, 2012

Fruit frozen underground for more than 31,000 years produce plants

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FOR KIDS: Fishy chatter

FOR KIDS: Fishy chatter

| March 8, 2012

Scientists record unidentified noises in the deep sea

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FOR KIDS: Losing control over sugar

FOR KIDS: Losing control over sugar

| March 2, 2012

A common pollutant and sweetener mess with important hormones

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Harsh conditions in childhood have long-term effects

Harsh conditions in childhood have long-term effects

| February 18, 2012

Kids from Romanian orphanage also had lower volumes of gray matter

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FOR KIDS: Costs of missing sleep

FOR KIDS: Costs of missing sleep

| February 15, 2012

Some fruit flies do fine without sleep, as long as they’ve got enough to eat

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FOR KIDS: No frostbite for dogs

FOR KIDS: No frostbite for dogs

| February 10, 2012

Blood vessels in dog paws keep their temperature just right

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Kids show cultural gender bias

Kids show cultural gender bias

| February 10, 2012

A recent study examining whether speaking French influenced how children assigned gender to objects yielded some interesting observations. Researchers found some differences between the monolingual English children and the bilingual French-English chil…

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