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Tennis - The Secret To A Perfect Game

WABASH TOWNSHIP, IN (Ivanhoe Newswire) --In tennis, a good player can hit the ball over the net at speeds of over 120 miles per hour. It takes another good player to actually hit it back. But hitting a small yellow ball moving that fast isn’t easy. Now, we’ll tell you about the secret to hitting the ball almost every time in tennis.

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Tennis - The Secret To A Perfect Game

The Feeling Of Sound

NEW YORK (Ivanhoe Newswire) --We hear and touch, and always thought they were separate and distinct senses. But now there’s proof you may be able to hear with something other than your ears. Listen to this unique experiment that shows just how much we still don’t know about the human brain.

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The Feeling Of Sound

Forget About It! Your Memory & Aging

BALTIMORE (Ivanhoe Newswire)--Lots of things change as we get older, our eyesight, our hearing, and our weight. But when we start to forget simple things like where the car is parked, some people might wonder if a little forgetfulness is something more serious. We’ll tell you how having an aging brain doesn’t always mean the worst.

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Forget About It! Your Memory & Aging

Mommy Dearest - How Relationships Shape You

NEW YORK (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Mom and dad listen up! We know just how important parents are, but new research is showing what happens to us as a toddler can impact our relationships throughout our life.

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Mommy Dearest - How Relationships Shape You

Shaking Up Science Labs: ADI

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) –The bottom of the class. That’s where American students sit in science. The nation’s report card, released earlier this year-- shows from 4th through 12th grade our kids are underperforming. But a Florida State researcher hopes to change that by shaking up science labs.

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Shaking Up Science Labs: ADI

Pay Attention - What Are You Doing While Driving?

BALTIMORE (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Nearly 80 percent of car crashes involve some form of distracted driving from taking your eyes off the road, your hands off the wheel or your mind off what you’re supposed to be doing! An estimated half a million people are injured in crashes involving distracted drivers. Even with their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road, drivers around you may be dangerously distracted.

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Pay Attention - What Are You Doing While Driving?

Beating Bullies Online

NEW YORK (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Heart disease causes more deaths than any other disease in the United States and there are no signs of that statistic changing anytime soon. Instead of focusing solely on treatments that help patients live longer, research is also being done with a focus on helping those patients live a better, more productive life. We’ll show you one new tool that’s leading the way.

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Beating Bullies Online

The Winning Bet: Large Losses, Big Wins

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --With just an Internet connection, online poker players can play whenever they want. The Internet is partly responsible for a huge increase in the number of poker players worldwide. But not everyone is winning, and most players are losing. Here are a few secrets behind online poker.

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The Winning Bet: Large Losses, Big Wins

Detecting Autism Through The Eyes

PITTSBURGH (Ivanhoe Newswire) --A baby’s first birthday is a huge milestone usually marked with a party, presents, and home video. It’s also around this time that a parent may first start to suspect a child’s developmental delay may be the sign of something serious. Experts have a difficult time diagnosing an autism spectrum disorder before the age of two, but there’s one thing doctors can see earlier than ever before.

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Detecting Autism Through The Eyes

Pudgy Pooch & Fat Feline: There’s An App For That!

ITHACA, NY (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Do you have a pudgy pooch or a fat feline? Keeping your pet healthy is important, but many pet owners aren’t sure how much is too much to feed Fido, on top of keeping track of check-ups, vaccinations and flea and tick meds. We’ll tell you about a new way to track your pet’s health.

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Pudgy Pooch & Fat Feline: There’s An App For That!

Giving Jada A Voice

WASHINGTON (Ivanhoe Newswire) ---Many kids with disabilities like autism or cerebral palsy can’t always communicate or get their point across. The lack of communication can be disheartening and frustrating for the kids, their parents and teachers. Next, we’ll tell you about new software on a touch screen that gives kids who can’t talk a voice.

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Giving Jada A Voice

Behind The Scenes At The National Zoo

WASHINGTON, DC (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Here’s a trivia question for you…what covers 163 acres and is home to two thousand animals? Need another clue? Nearly a quarter of these animals are endangered… two of the most popular residents are Panda's Mei Xiang and Tian Tian. Where do they live

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Behind The Scenes At The National Zoo

Brains vs. Social Butterflies: Which is Better?

URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- The moment kids walk into kindergarten, parents and teachers encourage students to study hard to get good grades. But there's much more to school then just getting straight A's.

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Brains vs. Social Butterflies: Which is Better?

Energy Drinks + Alcohol = Danger

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- They provide the jolt many young people rely on to get through the day, but energy drinks are also a popular addition to the party at night. One study found 50 percent of college students drink three or more energy drink and alcohol cocktails in a night. But some researchers say it can secretly turn into a dangerous mixture.

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Energy Drinks + Alcohol = Danger

Breaking Down Stereotypes

DURHAM, N.C. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- You've heard the sayings, the French are romantic, Asians are smart, women are neat and clean, men are strong. These are stereotypes; assumptions about a group that are not always true and not always positive. Now, researchers are breaking down and dispelling some common stereotypes.

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Breaking Down Stereotypes
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