April 8, 2020

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Swallowing swords bad, Italian pizza good, science says

Michael Dwyer / The Associated Press files</p><p>Matthew Rockloff (left) and Nancy Greer won an Ig Nobel Economics Prize for their experiments to see how contact with a live crocodile affects a person’s willingness to gamble.</p></p>

Michael Dwyer / The Associated Press files

Matthew Rockloff (left) and Nancy Greer won an Ig Nobel Economics Prize for their experiments to see how contact with a live crocodile affects a person’s willingness to gamble.

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