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Kitchen science: The secret colours in milk, fire, and black markers
Kitchen science: The secret colours in milk, fire, and black markers
Did you know your milk could get a little psychedelic? And we don’t mean when you leave it out of the refrigerator a little too long.
‘Facebook Generation’ happier than teenagers a decade ago
‘Facebook Generation’ happier than teenagers a decade ago
Adolescence is a crucial stage in life when you lay the foundation for adulthood.
Music may activate genes for learning, memory
Music may activate genes for learning, memory
“The findings provide a valuable background for molecular studies of music perception and evolution, and music therapy,” said lead researcher Irma Jarvela from the University of Helsinki.
New therapy speeds up wound healing
New therapy speeds up wound healing
Details of the therapy, which was successfully tested in mice, were published online in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.
Eight oils that can heal your body
Eight oils that can heal your body
Good fats provide the body with fuel alongside the feeling of fullness. These can also stimulate fat burning.
How anorexics resist tempting food
How anorexics resist tempting food
The study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry, sheds new light on the brain mechanisms that may contribute to the disturbed eating patterns of anorexia.
Looking for a job near home? Good luck, it’s getting harder
Looking for a job near home? Good luck, it’s getting harder
Metro jobs near poor people, many of whom cannot afford cars, fell 17 per cent, versus a 6 per cent drop for those who weren’t poor.
Take power naps to rev up memory
Take power naps to rev up memory
A short nap at the office or in school is enough to significantly improve learning success.
Twitter can persuade youngsters to vote
Twitter can persuade youngsters to vote
The study that involved 3,000 Twitter-users aged 18 to 34 in Britain showed that 74 per cent of those polled said they would vote in the next election.
Sense of smell may decode weight bias
Sense of smell may decode weight bias
Weight bias can affect people’s health by increasing their cortisol (stress-inducing hormone) levels that could in turn cause them to eat more.
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