iPads, Testicle Size, Mammoths and More of Science's Surprising Studies This Week

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Remember those achingly long, caffeine-fueled nights at college when you'd stay up all night long finishing (okay, fine, writing) your final paper? Remember how, the next day, you ate all those fruits and vegetables in one glorious gulp, filling yourself with nourishment and potentially munching on kale?

Yeah, that never happened. Now, a new Swedish study has found what we all know to be true: the more sleep-deprived you are, the likelier you are to binge on junk food at the grocery store. The researchers gloriously hypothesized that the combination of sleep deprivation and calories would prove to be a "perfect storm," though we prefer the less dramatic "self-comforting partial food coma."

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