Megan Meridew

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Scientists Say You Should Do This Exercise at Least Twice a Week to Make Your Brain Work Better

Engaging in <b>regular weightlifting</b> could actually make your brain work better and prevent dementia, concludes new research by Australian scientists. As …

Crowdsourcing Customer Acquisition: A Cost-Effective Way To Gain Customers For Your Startup

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p><i>This article was co-written with Morrad Irsane, co-founder and CEO, Melltoo.</i><p>Our startup, Melltoo, hit an important milestone in June this year, when …

It's About Time We Start Calling Potatoes a Superfood — Here's Why

• 6 reasons potatoes should be a superfood — HuffPost Healthy Living<br>• Is pickle juice the new post-workout drink trend? — Fitness<br>• 9 kitchen tools that help you meet your weight-loss goals — Women's Health<br>• Get your chocolate fix with these 100-calorie snacks — Cooking Light<br>• Here's how your long morning …

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Elon Musk's brother is building vertical farms in shipping containers

Starting fall 2016, he and fellow entrepreneur Tobias Peggs are planning to launch a new urban farming incubator program, called Square Roots. Musk tells Business Insider that it will give young food-tech entrepreneurs spaces to develop and accelerate their vertical farming startups.<p>Musk and Peggs …

Aquaponics

How To Start a Startup

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Keep on running: train your brain

Where does fatigue come from? It doesn’t come from the body. Even when people exercise to exhaustion, studies have shown that there is fuel left in the tank – one found there was enough energy left in muscle tissue for participants to have kept going for another seven or eight minutes. The brain …

The Brain