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Why We Cry on Planes

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Alone among strangers with little to do, a moment of calm amid the stress of travel
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Narrative of the body, with a nasty twist

Many modern chronic diseases result from mismatches between how our bodies evolved to be used and how we use them today, Harvard evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman writes in a new book.
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8 Photos That Prove Hotel Towel Art Still Rocks

8 Photos That Prove Hotel Towel Art Still Rocks | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Apps may soon replace hotel phones, walls may be turned into screens, and room service may be delivered by a robot. But it will be very difficult to take the human touch out of hotel towel art. ...
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Coffee chains charge more for cups than the drinks inside, study says

Coffee chains charge more for cups than the drinks inside, study says | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Don't forget to bring your battered Garfield mug to Starbucks because, according to a new study, coffee shops charge you more for cups than they do for coffee.
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Retailers sweat as teens no longer crush on their clothes  - TODAY.com

Retailers sweat as teens no longer crush on their clothes  - TODAY.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Like any high school crush, this one was bound to fizzle, but the breakup was still tough — especially because millions of dollars were...
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Experimental Lens Provides Humans With Wide-Angle Insect Vision - PSFK

Experimental Lens Provides Humans With Wide-Angle Insect Vision - PSFK | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
New technology could revolutionize surgical imaging and smartphone photography.
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When female students excel, relationships can fizzle

When female students excel, relationships can fizzle | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
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A special touch can make a difference

A special touch can make a difference | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
It seems all we need is an affectionate feel of our partner to be cheerful in life and take on the world
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What does your coffee say about you? Cappuccino-lovers are more likely

What does your coffee say about you? Cappuccino-lovers are more likely | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Research by clinical psychologist Dr Ramani Durvasula made links between coffee drinkers' beverage of choice and their personalities.

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Bragging about how sleep deprived we are is the new status symbol

Bragging about how sleep deprived we are is the new status symbol | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The drive to have it all means terminal tiredness has become a fact of life - and a source of pride - for many.

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Too much sitting leads to feelings of depression: study

Too much sitting leads to feelings of depression: study | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you feel down in the dumps after a long day of sitting at your desk, a new study confirms it: the longer a person sits, the more likely he or she is to have symptoms of depression, researchers claim.

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Japan to fight Internet addiction with 'fasting camps'

Japan to fight Internet addiction with 'fasting camps' | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Japan estimates that more than 500,000 school-age kids are pathologically addicted to the Internet. Could gadget-free camps help them? Read this article by Michelle Starr on CNET.
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Americans say kids need more pressure in school, Chinese say less

Americans say kids need more pressure in school, Chinese say less | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say parents do not put enough pressure on children to do well in school.
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Fake online reviews get reality check

Fake online reviews get reality check | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Fake online products reviews have been around for years, fueled by unscrupulous marketers seeking to boost sales
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Here's How You'll Talk Differently On Facebook As You Get Older - Business insider

Here's How You'll Talk Differently On Facebook As You Get Older - Business insider | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Stephen Wolfram BlogWolfram Alpha, the geekiest site on the net, has maintained a service where you can share your Facebook data with them and they'll spit
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What your email style says about your personality - New Scientist

What your email style says about your personality - New Scientist | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The words we use in our emails to one another can give an insight into who we are, and what our personality traits might be
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Sugar is 'the most dangerous drug of our time'

Sugar is 'the most dangerous drug of our time' | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Paul van der Velpen, head of Amsterdam's health service, says that sugar is a drug and so its use should be discouraged.
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Conversation Not on the Menu

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Dining phenomenon offers communal eating minus the conversation.
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Goldfish found alive at scene of house fire almost 2 years later

Goldfish found alive at scene of house fire almost 2 years later | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Almost two years ago, Jackie Broadley had to clean up the wreckage from a devastating house fire in Essex, England — a task that included finding new homes for all of the goldfish from her outdoor pond.
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Excessive texting linked to emotional problems in students

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New research finds college freshmen experience more "interpersonal stress" if they're overly reliant on their phone
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Are men childish?

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A new survey says men are immature! We’re throwing a tantrum about it.
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Weekends are fatal for diets as slimmers consume up to 10,000 calories

Weekends are fatal for diets as slimmers consume up to 10,000 calories | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A study into when dieters cave in to cravings found that almost three quarters binge from Friday night to Sunday.

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Why we can't help finishing off the whole can of Pringles

Why we can't help finishing off the whole can of Pringles | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Scientists no longer blame the tendency to binge on high-fat, high-sugar foods on sheer greed or lack of self-control.

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Fabricated Lies Are Easier To Remember Than Denying An Event Ever Occurred

Fabricated Lies Are Easier To Remember Than Denying An Event Ever Occurred | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
When it comes to lying, one can either deny something ever happened or make up a complex story. According to a new study, making up a story may be better in the long run.
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Time out on tea spillages: Gadget uses centripetal force to stop your hot drink splashing - even if you swing it around

Time out on tea spillages: Gadget uses centripetal force to stop your hot drink splashing - even if you swing it around | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The SpillNot holder, designed by company ThinkGeek, based in Virginia, is so effective that users can even swing their drink in circles without losing a sip.
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