Higher Voice Pitch Makes Women’s Faces Appear Younger

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Picture shows University of Vienna where investigation was made about whether voice pitch can influence how female faces are evaluated. Undated photo. (Newsflash)

A higher-pitched voice does not make female faces appear more attractive, but it does make them seem 1.5 years younger. This is according to a study by the University of…

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Bronze Age Sword Unearthed By Man With Metal Detector In Parents Back Garden

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Pieces of a sword believed to be from the Bronze Age were found by Matti Rintamaa in his parent's yard with the help of a metal detector in the village of Panelia, Finland.

A Bronze Age sword that could date back as far as 1700 BC has been found by a man using a metal detector in his parents’ back garden. Matti Rintamaa…

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Bronze Age Stone Anchor In Service For 2,000 Years Before Being Lost Is Found On Sea Bottom

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Israel Authorities found an ancient stone anchor used for 2,000 years underwater at the Tel Dor archaeological site in northern Israel.

Archaeologists found this ancient anchor that they believe was in use for at least 2,000 years at the bottom of the sea in Northern Israel. The discovery of the ancient…

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Archaeologists Discover Almost Four Millenia Old Gold Ring From Cornwall In German Grave

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The gold wire spiral was found in the grave of an Early Bronze Age woman in the municipality of Ammerbuch-Reusten in the Tubingen district in Germany.

An Early Bronze Age golden ring which was unearthed from a grave and is believed to originate from Cornwall is the oldest ever golden object discovered in southwestern Germany. Archaeologists…

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Bronze-Age Miners Brought Cooked Meals To Work 1,000 Years Ago

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The main building of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in the city of Vienna in Austria which was involved in the OAW/OAI research which revealed that people in the Bronze Age had a plant-based diet.

Austrian researchers have revealed that Bronze-Age miners used to bring cooked lunches to their workplace. The study looked into the dietary habits of workers in the Late Bronze Age in…

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AstraZeneca Vaccine Renamed Vaxzevria Following Controversial Thrombosis Deaths

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The new name of the Corona vaccine first known as 'AZD1222', then renamed in 'Covid-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca', that is now named 'Vaxzevria', appeared on the website of the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

Just days after the German government banned the use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on people under the age of 60 after a series of thrombosis related deaths the vaccine…

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