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10 ways personality influences your taste buds

10 ways personality influences your taste buds | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Whether you’re daring, flirtatious or passive, your personality influences what you eat.
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How 55% of mothers seek their daughters' approval on clothing

How 55% of mothers seek their daughters' approval on clothing | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Researchers from www.vouchercloud.net found that 55per cent of the 2,511 women they quizzed did so, with many wanting to check items were 'appropriate.'

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Where the world’s biggest coffee drinkers live

Where the world’s biggest coffee drinkers live | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
America might be famous for running on coffee, but it doesn't run on much. Not compared to a handful of other countries, anyway. When it comes to actual coffee consumption per person, the US doesn't even crack the top 15.
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Families who serve dinner AT the table have slimmer children

Families who serve dinner AT the table have slimmer children | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Illinois say children also eat less if they are allowed to serve themselves rather than being given pre-plated food.

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Teen Brains Really Are Wired to Seek Rewards

Teen Brains Really Are Wired to Seek Rewards | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Teenagers often do things if the payoff is great, and the reason may come down to how their brains respond to rewards, a new study suggests.
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A new method to stop food from being wasted?

A new method to stop food from being wasted? | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
It is possible that in a couple of years, we don't have to check the "Best before" date on wrapped food: a chip is being developed to check the state of fish and meat products through the package.
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Will Australia embrace the cat café trend? | Free Malaysia Today

Will Australia embrace the cat café trend? | Free Malaysia Today | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Cat cafés have been doing big business in Japan for some time now, and the trend has since been replicated in Europe, but now it looks like th...
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Movie code reveals Iron Man was made of Lego - Telegraph

Movie code reveals Iron Man was made of Lego - Telegraph | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Dramatic and complicated computer code shown in films and television programmes often has a far more pedestrian source, reveals a new blog
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You Can Now Get Fined $1 For Taking A Selfie

You Can Now Get Fined $1 For Taking A Selfie | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If being told your selfie obsession is alarmingly narcissistic isn’t enough to curb your habit of sharing duck-face portraits, two college students have found another tactic that might convince you to stop: They’re going to fine you a $1 for every...
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Babies react best to ‘happy sounds’

Babies react best to ‘happy sounds’ | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Babies seem to react best to certain sounds (dubbed "happy sounds" by a research team). Scientists are starting to figure out exactly why these sounds are so alluring to infants.
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Babies Know What Makes a Friend

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Babies as young as 9 months old know that friends usually have similar interests, new research suggests.
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Study: Caffeine Can Improve Memory

Study: Caffeine Can Improve Memory | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
New research from Johns Hopkins shows caffeine's enhancement of long-term memory.
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App lets anyone experience 12 seconds of someone else’s life

PeekInToo offers smartphone users a real-time, virtual glimpse into an anonymous person's life for just 12 seconds.
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Mothers don't fully enjoy motherhood until baby is six months

Mothers don't fully enjoy motherhood until baby is six months | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
New mothers admitted they were baffled with many aspects of motherhood, including health, illness, feeding and safety.

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Artist Sends Job Application To Wes Anderson In The Form Of Foraged Movie Trailers [Video] - PSFK

Artist Sends Job Application To Wes Anderson In The Form Of Foraged Movie Trailers [Video] - PSFK | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Bizarre trailer for upcoming movie "The Grand Budapest Hotel" surfaces online.
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Sleep Number X12 “smart bed” lets you sleep like a baby for $8,000 | The Luxury Post

Sleep Number X12 “smart bed” lets you sleep like a baby for $8,000 | The Luxury Post | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
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10 Signs That Your Child Is Spoiled

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Spoil me rotten! They say you can't spoil a baby with endless amounts of holding, rocking, and cooing, but once that child passes the toddler years, overindulgence can make for one ill-behaved tot.

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5 of the Worst Traffic Jams in History

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When not being used for poorly thought-out political revenge, traffic jams are making the lives of commuters suck on a daily basis. But sometimes, bad traffic can get spectacularly bad--even worse than fake traffic study bad.
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Despite social media connections, most people only have a few 'close friends': study

Whether or not they have hundreds of contacts through social media, people still only have a handful of people they consider good friends, a new University of Oxford study finds.
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This is the first public library without any books

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The all-digital books at this library may save trees, but they're not very compostable.
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Fear Makes Scary Scents Stronger

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The nose may really "know" when it comes to danger, according to a new study.
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Wear a mini 3D-printed container garden as a necklace

Wear a mini 3D-printed container garden as a necklace | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Put some plant life in your fashion sense with tiny, wearable 3D-printed containers made to hold living greenery. Read this article by Amanda Kooser on CNET.
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'Smart' toothbrush grades your brushing habits

'Smart' toothbrush grades your brushing habits | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A French company has introduced what they're calling the world's first connected electric toothbrush.
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HuffPost Live

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Drones... To Catch Cheating Students!

 

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Is coffee really dehydrating? New study suggests no

Is coffee really dehydrating? New study suggests no | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Coffee lovers concerned their cup of joe is dehydrating may not need to worry. A new study suggests coffee is no more dehydrating that water.

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