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Articles about top 10 houses dwell week 18 on Dwell.com - Dwell

Small but mighty, these compact dwellings prove that limited square footage doesn't preclude great design.<p>From a home designed by David Chipperfield in London to WORKac's New York duplex, here is what caught our eye over the last few...<p>From floating student dorms to concrete homes, catch up from …

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Les Miserables Book Scarf - Infinity Scarf, Literary Scarf, Victor Hugo , Book Lover, Books, Reading, Teacher Gift

Wrap up with a good Book Scarf! Let everyone know about your great taste in books with a page from Victor Hugo's Les Miserables on an infinity scarf.<p>This patented Storiarts Book Scarf is cream colored, made from American-made super soft 100% cotton knit fabric, about 63" in circumference and 12" …

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The Original Edison Bell Jar Table Lamp Dome lamp

The Original Bell Jar Lamp<p>Featured in Southern Living & Garden and Gun Magazine. Add some industrial charm to any home, office or retail space with the Bell Jar Table Lamp. This beautifully rustic lamp has a vintage style socket, cream cloth covered cord hand blown glass dome and an inline switch. …

Potato power: the spuds that could light the world

With a simple trick, the humble spud can be made into a battery, so could potato powered homes catch on?<p>Mashed, boiled, baked or fried? You probably have a preference for your potatoes. Haim Rabinowitch, however, likes his spuds “hacked”.<p>For the past few years, researcher Rabinowitch and colleagues …

2013: Stunning places on Planet Earth

From a dazzlingly painted railway bridge to an oasis in a dune sea, we look at some of the most inspiring places on planet Earth in 2013.<p><b>More amazing image galleries of the year:</b><p>The year in weather<p>The year in space<p>The year in design and architecture<p>The year in wildife<p>People of the year<p>The year in …

What effect does extreme cold have on the human body?

North America’s east coast is braced for more freezing weather a year after the January 2014 polar vortex sent temperatures tumbling down to -50C (-58F). In this piece from the BBC Future archive, we ask what does such intense cold do to the human body?<p>The polar vortex currently sweeping across the …

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Why new drugs are so expensive

Our pick of the week from around the web, including the cost of medicines, how NSA almost killed the internet and the world’s hottest app.<p>Geel welcomes the mentally ill<br>Mike Jay | Aeon | 9 January 2014<br>Moving. Amazing. Geel, an “otherwise unremarkable Belgian market town”, has a unique vocation: “For …

Sex in the brain: A fruitless hunt?

For years, scientists have hunted for male and female differences in how the brain is wired for sexual responses. Has nature revealed how differences can arise?<p>There are few scientific topics more guaranteed to get people chattering – and arguing – than claims about the different wiring of male and …

Can we ever fully trust personal gene tests?

Kits sold to consumers that predict health risks from our genes have been hit by major concerns over their reliability. Nic Fleming investigates why.<p>"Neurological conditions, 60% probability," a nurse in green scrubs reads in a monotone voice. A young woman cradles her newborn while an anxious new …

Can a city really ban cars from its streets?

After decades of car-filled streets, can a modern metropolis really turn its back on the automobile? One city is hoping that it can.<p>The German city of Hamburg has announced plans to become car-free within the next two decades. It is an ambitious idea, but city officials obviously feel that the …

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Can Facebook make you sad?

Studies suggest that browsing Facebook can make you unhappy, says Justin Mullins. Why might that be? This article originally published in February 2014 explains.<p>Not so long ago a new form of communication swept the world, transforming life in ways unimagined just a few years before. One commentator …

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Is e-waste an untapped treasure?

Your old phone or electric toothbrush could end up as a part in a 3D printer or piece of artwork, says Jonathan Kalan.<p>In a hall of the Africa Innovation Summit in Cape Verde, the smell of melting plastic permeated the air. A crowd had gathered around a small stand to watch a special kind of machine …

How being watched changes you – without you knowing

Are you being watched? It can change your behaviour and choices for the better without you realising, says Jason G Goldman.<p>If there is one thing that the rise of social media has taught us it's how to carefully curate the information we present to the digital world. We think about all the potential …

Why do we get headaches?

From a dull thudding ache to sharp pains that last for days, what triggers these sensations? Greg Foot gets inside our heads to reveal all.<p>There is a range of different types of headaches, from the dull ache of a tension headache to the migraines and cluster headaches that are called "vascular …

Body bacteria: Can your gut bugs make you smarter?

The bacteria in our guts can influence the working of the mind, says Frank Swain. So could they be upgraded to enhance brainpower?<p>I have some startling news: you are not human. At least, by some counts. While you are indeed made up of billions of human cells working in remarkable concert, these are …

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Am I Going Through Menopause at 35?

<b>The Freakout:</b> You wake up damp and clammy and think: <i>night sweats!</i><p><b>What else it might be:</b> The jalapeños you had at dinner—no joke. Night sweats have so …

7 Things Your Partner Wants to Hear Every Day

Columnist Leigh Newman reveals the small crucial utterances that make for a more blissful union.<p>"I'd rather be spending time with you."<p>"The best …

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7 Questions You Need to Ask Your Gynecologist

<b>If you're curious about the birth control device that's currently used by more than 2 million women in the US (at least 29 of whom have been trying</b> …

6 1/2 Things You Should Stop Expecting from Others

1. Stop Expecting People: To Be Your Partner in Crime<p>A group of friends and I had been out late one night when I saw it there, glowing like a beacon: …

Strength in Numbers: 5 Ways Friends Keep You Healthy

<b>Fewer Colds</b><p>A study in <i>The Journal of the American Medical Association</i> found that after healthy people were given nasal drops containing a strain of …