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  1. Researchers have found that wrinkled peas prevent 'sugar spikes' where blood sugar levels rise sharply after a meal - thought to contribute to diabetes.
  2. Haunted houses have entertained people for more than a century and a study reveals that this fear is entertaining because it provides a short deviation from an individual's normal physiological state.
  3. French researchers tracked more than 104,000 people over ten years, looking at how many sugary or sugar-free soft drinks they consumed.
  4. A US Navy explosives unit detonated a live 100-pound bomb from World War II discovered on a beach in North Carolina's Outer Banks. The explosion sent smoke and debris 60 feet into the air.
  5. McBroken.com shows you which McDonald's have working ice cream machines near you, with a green dot indicating the machine is functional and a red one if it's out of order.
  6. A nuclear-powered engine could take astronauts to Mars in just three months. A firm delivered the concept to NASA, which claims to have twice the rocket efficiency as a chemical compulsion.
  7. Facebook's new cloud gaming service is rolling out on desktop and Android. But Facebook Play VP Jason Rubin says 'our iOS path is uncertain,' as the company continues its beef with Apple.
  8. Twitter has added a banner at the top of users' feeds that aims to combat misinformation about mail-in voting and early election that urges users to be wary about 'unconfirmed claims.'
  9. Apple claims its new Ceramic Shield on its iPhone 12 lineup is 'tougher than any smartphone glass,' and Allstate put those claims to the test during its Breakability Drop Tests.
  10. The NASA-backed research used a converted Boeing 747 that cruises around Earth to confirm, for the first time, there are water molecules on the lunar surface.
  11. Am experts from Norway polled 917 people aged 14-77 to determine how the relationship between passion, grit and a positive mindset changes as we age.
  12. Self-cloning mutant crayfish are invading a Belgian cemetery. The marbled crayfish produces asexually, allowing populations to grow rapidly that can destroy the local biodiversity.
  13. Researchers from the US and Australia mapped out the blade-like coral mount - the first to be discovered in some 120 years - off the coast of Cape York on October 20.
  14. 'Kidfluencers' are often filmed by their parents conducting science experiments, reviewing toys or celebrating birthdays and get paid whopping amounts by advertisers.
  15. A study of more than 5,000 US-based couples found that in 79 per cent of relationships, both people fall into the 'non-ideal' category for heart health.


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