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If You're Missing a Limb, the Brain Recruits Another for the Job

Late research distributed in the journal Current Biology is ready to change how researchers comprehend the mind, explicitly which areas control which body parts. The past line of thought was that a specific zone of the mind was accountable for hand work, yet new...

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Does Our Brain Is Hardwired for Poetry

Regardless of whether it's Alfred Lord Tennyson's "Ulysses" or Maya Angelou's "Confined Bird," there is something in particular about perusing or hearing an incredible ballad that animates our brains, moving us to contemplate the world from...

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Does Food Lured Fish Onto Land

Envision peering down the length of a football field and seeing something on the ground. Suppose it's about the size of a saucer, yet you can't make out a lot other...

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Can weekend camping help in better sleep

Right now of pinnacle proficiency and profitability, when applications and programming guarantee you the quickest way to personal or professional...

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Bagel, Muffin or Doughnut - What to Choose?

It's frequently said that morning meal is the most significant feast of the day, however individuals for the most part don't make it the supplement and protein-stuffed eating experience that it likely ought to be...

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Who Needs a CaribbeanYacht When You Can Take the Ferry?

Orion was shining brightly in the dark sky above Anegada in the British Virgin Islands. But the constellation had some electric competition in the band of bright mast lights...

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A Giant Swing. Jungle Screaming. Ice Plunges. You’ll Love It.

Just a three-and-a-half hour drive from Ecuador’s capital, Quito, the town of Baños de Agua Santa snuggles into a deep valley surrounded by the mountains skirting the Tungurahua volcano. With an elevation of...

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Hawaii Is a Paradise, but Whose?

Locals in Oahu know that the best way to get from Waikiki’s crowded beaches to the cool North Shore is to drive along the island’s eastern coast. The road is framed by mountains, ocean and greenery so lush...

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How to Be a Kinder Traveler

Much has been written about “hacks” when it comes to being a better traveler. Sure, snagging the best deals, efficiently navigating airports and other in-the-know tricks are important, but there’s a piece of...

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A Few Etiquette Tips for Getting Around Japan

Japanese society, known for its polite orderliness, is heavily dependent on unspoken understandings and behavior aimed at maintaining the “wa” — the idea of social harmony. With Tokyo bracing for an...

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