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Teens’ cell phone use linked to memory problems

Teens’ cell phone use linked to memory problems

Author: Kathiann Kowalski / Source: Science News for Students A new study finds that teens who get more exposure to cell-phone radiation — and hold their phones on the right — do worse on one type of memory test. Teenagers who talk on the phone a lot, and...

These songbirds can fling and shake mice to death

These songbirds can fling and shake mice to death

Author: Susan Milius / Source: Science News for Students The San Clemente loggerhead shrike lives on San Clemente Island off the California coast. This mild-looking songbird delivers potentially fatal shakings to small vertebrates — such as the dead lizard...

How nectar bats fly nowhere

How nectar bats fly nowhere

Author: Susan Milius / Source: Science News LAP IT UP A Pallas’s long-tongued bat hovers while sipping with a skinny tongue tipped with nectar-catching micro-fingers. Flying forward is hard enough, but flying nowhere, just hovering, is so much harder. Most...

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