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How to keep your brain healthy

Could sudoku, drugs and a Mediterranean diet help keep our brains fit? What can the latest neuroscience research tell us?<p>Neuroscience research got a huge boost last week with news of Professor John O’Keefe’s Nobel prize for work on the “brain’s internal GPS system”. It is an exciting new part of …


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Las 10 frutas más raras del mundo

En muchas ocasiones se asocian las frutas exóticas a países caribeños y asiáticos, sin embargo, en otros lugares también se encuentran alimentos de …

Why Saying Is Believing — The Science Of Self-Talk

From the self-affirmations of Stuart Smalley on <i>Saturday Night Live</i> to countless videos on YouTube, saying nice things to your reflection in the mirror is a self-help trope that's been around for decades, and seems most often aimed at women. The practice, we're told, can help us like ourselves and …

A breakfast on the go is a habit to die for

There are as many middle-class people becoming overweight as there are poor - and coffee shops are partly to blame<p>There is a blackboard outside a café in Glasgow Central Station which presents a typical quandary of our gluttonous times. “Cake” is scrawled on one side, with an arrow pointing inside. …


Forget everything you thought you knew about how women orgasm

A new study claims that there is no such thing as a vaginal, or clitoral orgasm. Oh, and apparently the G-spot is a myth, too. Radhika Sanghani reports<p>The elusive G-spot does not exist, according to a new study.<p>So far, so typical. It seems we can’t go a few months without researchers offering a new …

Why the world loves Malala Yousafzai

As Pakistani schoolgirl education activist Malala Yousafzai, 17, wins the Nobel Peace Prize, we re-live her top moments and quotes<p>Hurrah for Malala Yousafzai. Her tireless work for girls’ rights to an education all over the world have just been awarded with the highest accolade imaginable: <b>The Nobel</b> …