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Get Ready To Laugh At These 25 Epic Tattoo Fails

So, everyone knows that because tattoos are permanent, stay on your body, and might impact your ability to get a job, someone to love you, and …

Tattoos

The best coffee grinders of 2018

It's time to stop spending a small fortune (around £400 a year) on coffee from overpriced cafes and invest in a quality grinder.<p>If you have an exceptionally large family or intend to serve coffee up to guests, you'll want to look out for a large bean capacity (our star buy, the Cuisinart Auto Burr …

Coffee

10 things men should do every day (according to science)

We all know the basics – exercise, eat vegetables, never look at booze or bacon, etc – but what else should we be doing every day for a better, healthier, happier life?<p>To paraphrase the slogan of a popular sugary treat, only science has the answer ...<p>1. Play computer games<p>Ever wanted a bigger …

Sir Cliff Richard file sent to Crown Prosecution Service

<b>Prosecutors have received a file of evidence regarding the singer Sir Cliff Richard and allegations of historical sexual assault, the BBC has learned.</b><p>The Crown Prosecution Service said it will now make a decision as to whether to bring charges or not.<p>Sir Cliff, 75, was interviewed in 2014 and 2015 …

The Dando Webb part 4 (the real REAL Cliff Richard)

A Real-Time Visualization Of Electrical Activity In The Brain Is Here And It's Beautiful

Is the electrical activity in your brain different when you watch an episode of Game of Thrones on HBO and when you read the same scene in one of the books? A visualization built by the Neuroscape Lab at the University of California, San Francisco could show you the answer. The visualization is …

45 Simple, Creative DIY Spring Organizing Ideas

I went on an internet search frenzy yesterday, looking for <i>Spring Organization Ideas.</i> There’s just something about this time of year that inspires me …

7 Quick Organizing Tricks You'll Actually Want To Try

Small ways to make spring cleaner!

50 Clever New Uses for Old Things in Your Kitchen

(Image credit: Handimania)<p>These 50 DIY projects and ideas will have you seeing common kitchen items in a entirely new light. Next time you go to …

How to declutter your home and your life: A thorough guide | health and fitness

British newspaper columnist Jan Moir recently underwent a decluttering session. She got rid of all the items in her house that she didn’t love, or …

Chutney

Does subliminal advertising actually work?

<b>Hidden messages that promote products in films once caused a moral panic. But is the much-feared technique really effective? The BBC's Phil Tinline helped devise an experiment to find out.</b><p>On 12 September, 1957, at a studio in New York, a market researcher in the Mad Men mould called a press …

subliminal

Psychology Vs. Sociology: What’s the Difference? [Infographic]

Deciding between an online psychology degree program or a sociology program requires an understanding of the differences between the two fields.

Sociology

How to Prioritize and Focus When You Have Many Interests

<b>“A man who limits his interests, limits his life.” ~Vincent Price</b><p>I can't stay still.<p>As a kid, I ran around, misbehaving, climbing everywhere—I was a …

Productivity

The Best Ways to Organize All Your Digital Photos

Thanks to digital photography, everyone has a camera in their pocket and pictures are now instantly accessible and shareable. The only drawback is …

Heart Rate Variability Predicts Epileptic Seizures

<b>Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes seizures of many different types. Recent research from Japan has found that epileptic seizures can be</b> …

Insomnia Linked to Damage in Brain Communication Networks

<b>Using a sophisticated MRI technique, researchers have found abnormalities in the brain’s white matter tracts in patients with insomnia. Results of</b> …

Positive Brains Are Smarter Brains

Influences on Learning Outlooks<p>A common assumption is that the tendency toward optimism or pessimism is predetermined by genetics. Indeed, research …

What's Your Memory Style?

<b>New research shows that the tendency to remember episodic details versus facts is reflected in intrinsic brain patterns.</b><p>Why is it that some people …

Creative people’s brains really do work differently

What makes highly creative people different from the rest of us? In the 1960s, psychologist and creativity researcher Frank X. Barron set about finding out. Barron conducted a series of experiments on some of his generation’s most renowned thinkers in an attempt to isolate the unique spark of …

Creativity

How You Record Ideas May Impact Creativity

Software for creatives must cultivate space for musing, writes Morpholio co-creator Anna Kenoff.<p>A tech VC recently asked me, “Do you even use your iPad anymore? I think they are over.” To which, I replied–perhaps a bit too loudly–“Yes!” There is nothing over when it comes to the potential of touch. …

Creativity

Where does 'creativity' happen in your brain?

Don’t go hunting for it as though it were a single entity. Creativity emerges from a variety of mental process and has no precise location<p>Even in the wilderness that is human thinking, creative ideas seem to be deliberately designed to defy empirical inquiry. There is something elusive, perhaps …

Creativity

The Science Of Getting Kids Organized

If you've ever gotten a glimpse inside a high schooler's backpack or locker, you know organization doesn't always come naturally to teens. Being scatterbrained in school can make make it tough to stay focused and do well.<p>That was the case when Lilli Stordeur was about halfway through her freshman …

Sugar May Be as Damaging to The Brain as Extreme Stress or Abuse

Yikes.<p><i>This article was written by Jayanthi Maniam and Margaret Morris from UNSW Australia, and was originally published by The Conversation.</i><p>We all …

Complex Intelligence

A friend who works with Artificial Intelligence told me: “It is possible that there are highly context dependent and complex things about humans, but …

How to Turn on the Part of Your Brain That Controls Motivation

We know we should put the cigarettes away or make use of that gym membership, but in the moment, we just don’t do it. There is a cluster of neurons …

Science Finds 'Aha!' Moments Are Better Than Slow, Analytical Thinking

Go with your gut.<p>When it comes to difficult puzzles, we're often told to take our time and think the problem through carefully, as any impulsive …

The Brain

TED-Ed - Gifs worth sharing — How Stress Affects the Brain