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Each week Mitch and Greg of AsapSCIENCE explain the science behind a new subject. Using studies, anecdotes and interviews to keep you entertained while *BAM* simultaneously LEARNING!
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    Abortion: The Science and Statistics

    Abortion: The Science and Statistics

    Today we are talking about science, statistics and the real information surrounding abortion. With what happened in the states with Roe vs Wade getting overturned, we thought it would be a good time to reinvestigate what science and actual data has to say about what happened.
    What did we learn this week? 4:53
    Dyslexia affects upwards of 20% of the population 5:03
    In the 1960s stewardess on airlines had lots of rules and regulations 11:11
    Studytime: 18:58


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    Why Are Some People Gay? And Other Queer Science #PRIDE

    Why Are Some People Gay? And Other Queer Science #PRIDE

    Happy pride everyone! Today we are talking about all things queer and gay. We're going to be talking about the science of why some people are gay. Is there a gay gene? We're also going to talk about what we physiologically did to our bodies this weekend at pride in Toronto, because we experimented with a lot of things!!
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    What did we learn this week? 3:04
    Your dog can see way more in their peripheral than you 4:12
    Your eyes have two modes 8:27
    Studytime: 15:55

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    Body Dysmorphia: Is It On The Rise?

    Body Dysmorphia: Is It On The Rise?

    Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphia. What is it? How is it diagnosed? Is it on the rise? Is it actually more popular in men than women? There’s a lot of science behind the physiology of what it means.
    What did we learn this week? 8:29
    How your brain controls the symptoms of your sickness 8:40
    How stress impacts your body 12:29
    Studytime: 18:30

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    Sunscreen: How Bad Is It?

    Sunscreen: How Bad Is It?

    Today we're talking about sunscreen and summer. And we're going to be discussing what happens when you get a sunburn? How sunscreen actually works and whether or not its bad for you, should we be worried about what is in sunscreen?
    What did we learn this week? 17:16
    retro reflection 17:42
    Scallops are just the muscles that help open the scallop 21:28
    Studytime: 27:54



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    Always Tired? Scientific Tips To Help!!

    Always Tired? Scientific Tips To Help!!

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    Today we are talking about feeling tired. Do you always feel tired? because I know I do. We're going to be going over the top sort of fact research tips around feeling more energized and less lethargic during the day. As well as getting in to sleep deprivation and what that does to your body and your brain!
    What did we learn this week? 3:17
    Between 2017 and 2019 over 1 Million youth became daily nicotine users 4:14
    White tailed deer get Covid 9:07
    Studytime 14:34

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    Foreskin: To Cut Or Not To Cut?

    Foreskin: To Cut Or Not To Cut?

    Today we are talking about foreskin. We're talking about why people get circumcised, should it happen? Does foreskin effect your sexual intenseness.
    What did we learn this week? 5:36
    Children with same sex parents 6:01
    Biking is the closest thing to flying humans will get in our lifetime 10:47
    Studytime: 18:26


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