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Delicious diagrams inspire medical students to sweet success

Faced with learning anatomy for his medical degree at Glasgow University, Mike McCormick turned to the corner shop for help ... and Candy Anatomy was born

Medical School

How to Process a Landscape Photo in 5 Minutes Using Photoshop

<i>2-for-1 special</i><i>As part of Landscape Photography Week here on dPS, we’re offering TWO for the price of ONE on our best-selling Living & Loving</i> …

Illustrator Tutorials: 25 New Tutorials to Improve Vector Graphics

New illustrator tutorials shows how to drawing and making of vector graphics. By using these <b>new Adobe Illustrator Tutorials</b> you can easily create …

10 Famous Street Photography Quotes You Must Know

<i>Editor’s Note: This blog post was originally published on Eric Kim’s blog. It is being syndicated with permission.</i><p>If you want to get a deeper insight …

Street Photography

New research shows your vacation destination really does reflect your personality

Purplish grey or vibrant tangerine? Sandy cabana or hermit's cabin?<p>In the Internet age, it's the premise that launched a thousand, narcissistic quizzes.<p>Turns out, when it comes to geography, your preferences do connect with how extroverted or introverted you are, according to new work in the <i>Journal</i> …

How to Photograph and Edit A Panorama

Since I don’t own a lens which is wider than 18mm (pair that with a crop sensor as I do, and you can see the problem here), the only option I have …

Abandoned Chinese Fishing Village Being Swallowed By Nature

Shengsi, an archipelago of almost 400 islands at the mouth of China’s Yangtze river, holds a secret shrouded in time – an abandoned fishing village …

China

Do we all have Alzheimer's completely wrong? This man says yes

Throughout his career, Duke University neurology professor Allen Roses has challenged what for decades has been the prevailing orthodoxy in Alzheimer’s research: Namely, the “amyloid hypothesis,” which suggests that a protein called beta-amyloid clogs up the brain, killing neurons and causing the …

Dementia

Earth Day in Photos

Al Gore

10 Reasons Sarcastic People Are Smarter Than You Think

Some people choose being sarcastic because beating someone up can probably get you arrested in today’s society. Some say being sarcastic is an …

University of California

Type II Diabetes Patients Gain Weight While Taking Common Medication, And Researchers Know Why

Medication used to treat patients with type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people taking this drug to …

Diabetes

Stanford cancer researchers lay groundwork for early detection through blood tests

Researchers at the Stanford Cancer Institute and the Cancer Prevention Institute of California (CPIC) have laid the groundwork for a comprehensive …

Everything We Eat Both Causes And Prevents Cancer

We're screwed. And saved!<p>In an effort to illustrate how often medical studies can be flawed, Vox have put together the above graph showing how, in a …

Cancer

What’s the most we can remember?

People with extraordinary memory talents suggest that your mind may be capable of retaining more than you think, says Adam Hadhazy.<p>Unlike digital cameras with full memory cards that cannot snap any more pictures, our brains never seem to run out of room. Yet it defies logic that one adult human …

The Brain

4 Ways to Use Image Stacking to Create Better Images

Since the beginning of the digital age in photography, stacking images has become much more common than it used to be earlier. But what are the …

15 Surprising Discoveries About Learning

What are some of the most encouraging known facts about learning? From taking a walk to learning a new language, there are countless things we can do …

How to Be Someone People Love to Talk To

When do we really learn good conversation skills? Well, we don’t. We’re just kind of expected to pick them up…<p>And we wonder why people aren’t better …

Self-help

These two rules let movies trick your brain

A new book looks at what science call tell us about movies, including why we cry, flinch, duck, and tap our toes according to the action on the …

Washington University in St. Louis

Hong-Kong at night

The next great iPad game is a chill snowboarding adventure

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Spies feared hostile nations were controlling the weather

US government agents asked leading environmental expert to see how such attempts to control the weather could be detected<p>The CIA was worried that hostile nations were trying to control the world's weather, it has emerged.<p>US government agents were so concerned that they contacted a leading …