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The New York City Department of Health Is Cracking Down on CBD

The New York City Department of Health Is Cracking Down on CBD

on Filed Under , & n Tuesday, the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene announced a ban on adding to food and drinks. CBD, a component of marijuana that can also be extracted from hemp, has enjoyed a surge in popularity over the past few years, showing up in lattes, gummy bears, , iced tea, baked goods, and all sorts of candies. Bakeries, coffee shops, and bars have gotten in on the market, too, but the fun may be over as soon as it’s begun.So far, five restaurants in New York City have been explicitly ordered to stop adding the substance to food and drinks, but according to...

February 8, 2019
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Honeybees That Solve Math Problems Challenge Supremacy of Human Brains

Honeybees That Solve Math Problems Challenge Supremacy of Human Brains

on Filed Under , & oneybees may have , but they’re way smarter than scientists suspected. Stunning new research shows they can even do simple math, suggesting that our or especially unique.In the , published Wednesday in Science Advances, researchers described how they used color-coded shapes to train 14 honeybees to do simple arithmetic, as the video above details. When presented with a math problem and two possible solutions (one correct, one incorrect), these trained bees chose the correct option between 63.6 and 72.1 percent of the time — significantly more often than if they just chose...

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In Controversial Study, Tiny Fish Appears as Self-Aware as Chimps, Dolphins

In Controversial Study, Tiny Fish Appears as Self-Aware as Chimps, Dolphins

on Filed Under , , & ontroversial new research shows that a tiny, unsuspecting species of fish can that’s widely considered the gold standard of . As far as we can tell, only a few of the most intelligent non-human animals pass this mirror self-recognition test: great apes (gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, and orangutans), bottlenose dolphins, and Asian elephants, and a . In light of the unexpected new findings, some researchers are arguing it’s time for scientists to rethink how they test .In a published Thursday in the journal PLOS Biology, an international team of researchers led by , a...

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