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10 Secrets Women Actually Want Their Men To Know

How many times have you said to yourself that you’re going to do something but you end up not following through with it because you weren’t motivated …

Six Smart Steps to Express and Resolve Negative Feelings

Putting feelings into words produces measurable therapeutic effects in your brain.<p>Here are six steps to doing it well.<p>Step 1: Label What You Feel<p>If …

U of T is Toronto's very own Vatican City | The Star

It has its own government and police force, resident population and internal economy. It levies taxes (calling it “tuition”), has clearly defined …

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Improving Ground Travel Is The Only Way To Disrupt The Airline Industry

I traveled close to 24,000 miles by air in 2014. During that time, I’ve encountered an industry with an irritating and archaic business model—mundane booking processes, a barrage of fees, inconsistent customer service experiences, and a mode of transportation in need of a breath of fresh air.<p>So how …

Architectural marvels of Chicago

The Great Fire of 1871 didn't just ignite 18,000 buildings in Chicago: it also sparked an architectural revolution. Ambitious young designers streamed in with bold ideas to try out on the city’s newly blank landscape – like the world's first skyscraper, which popped up in 1885. Soon lofty buildings …

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How to curb hunger pangs with your mind

There may be a simple way to lose weight using only the power of thought. You just have to know how, says David Robson.<p>Eric Robinson has a surprising tool for weight loss. It’s something we all have, but perhaps don’t use it as much as we’d like: our memory.<p>Dieters often feel that they are waging …

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Michael Barnard's answer to Why is Vancouver considered one of the best cities in the world despite being one of the most expensive?

<b>Living in Vancouver is awesome.</b><p>I lived in Vancouver for a decade, visit it at least yearly and expect to retire there. But I've lived in or visited …

Top 5 Neuroscience Discoveries of 2014

The business world embraced neuroscience as the key to breakthrough performance in 2014.<p>In 2014, neuroscience leapt out of the research laboratories and became an integral part of how we think (literally) about business. Here are the discoveries and insights that have changed the workplace over the …

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Memory Tip: Show Your Brain What's Important

For example, if you're trying to remember what you read, highlighting doesn't help.<p>On the other hand, flash cards do.<p>The difference lies in what psychologists call <b>desirable difficulty</b>.<p>Essentially, when learning <i>feels</i> difficult, learning is actually happening.<p>It's like when you lift a weight that's …

This Neuroscientist Is Trying to Upload His Entire Brain to a Computer

Randal Koene wants to move humanity from Earth to the The Cloud, making us part-robot and completely immortal.<p>Humans, if you hadn't already noticed, have stopped evolving. As David Attenborough recently reminded us, our species is the first – by our free will – to remove itself from the process of …

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Can you live a normal life with half a brain?

A few extreme cases show that people can be missing large chunks of their brains with no significant ill-effect – why? Tom Stafford explains what it tells us about the true nature of our grey matter.<p>How much of our brain do we actually need? A number of stories have appeared in the news in recent …

Why Sleeping in Cooler Temperatures Could Help You Lose Weight

A new study looks at how your bedroom temp might impact your metabolism—and your health.<p>You probably consider getting a good night's sleep and taking steps to give your metabolism a boost two separate health goals—but a recent study says they may not always have to be tackled independently. The …

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8 Mistakes Our Brains Subconsciously Make Every Day

I was seriously shocked at some of these mistakes in thinking that I subconsciously make <i>all the time</i>. Obviously, none of them are huge, life-threatening mistakes, but they are really surprising and avoiding them could help us to make more rational, sensible decisions.<p>Being aware of the mistakes we …

Woke up on the wrong side of the bed? Try getting into it earlier to fend off anxiety, study suggests

Being a night-owl may not be good for your health. The time you go to bed, and the number of hours of sleep you end up getting, are thought to be …