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Tiny, rolling balls of brain cells knocking around in a lab may one day help keep you from losing your marbles—among other things.
The small cellular balls act like mini-brains, mimicking aspects of the real thing, including forming noggin-like structures and pulsing with electrical signals like a thinking mind, researchers reported Friday at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington.
If you're single this Valentine's Day, your wallet is probably thanking you. The 54.8 percent of American consumers celebrating the holiday in 2016 are expected to combine for $19.7 billion in spending, according to the National Retail Federation.
Here are some of the popular items people are springing for:
Restaurants and show tickets: $4.5 billion
Jewelry: $4.4 billion
Apparel: $2 billion
Flowers: $1.9 billion
Candy: $1.7 billion
Greeting cards: $1.1 billion
Jennifer Lopez may have been wrong about the cost of love.