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4 Fun Puzzles Designed To Test Your Mental Fitness

4 Fun Puzzles Designed to Test Your Mental Fitness

Mental fitness demands at least 20 minutes of hard exercise every day and puzzles help train your brain. They develop the three elements of intelligence: analytical, creative and practical. And best of all, puzzling is fun!

Need Pain Relief? Grab a Beer Instead of an Aspirin

The next time you reach for an aspirin, consider cracking open a brew instead.
8 Simple Ways You Can Get Smarter While You Sleep

8 Simple Ways You Can Get Smarter While You Sleep

What you do before going to bed (or tucking in for a nap!) can make all the difference in your brain power.
Why Clowns Are Creepy, According to Science

Why Clowns Are Creepy, According to Science

Do clowns give you the heebie-jeebies? You’re far from alone - and it turns out there’s a scientific basis for coulrophobia, otherwise known as a fear of clowns.
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4 Soothing Yoga Pozes to Help You Sleep

Boost relaxation and beat insomnia by soothing your mind and body before bed. Here are four easy yoga poses to get you there.
What is lactose intolerance

What is lactose intolerance?

A high proportion of the world's population is not able to digest the lactose (milk sugars) in milk because of a deficiency in the enzyme lactase.
I Am an Adult Living With ADHD

I Am an Adult Living With ADHD

A growing number of parents are learning they also have ADHD after witnessing their kids get diagnosed.
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Why You Hate the Sound of Your Own Voice

Why You Hate the Sound of Your Own Voice

Good news: You're probably the only one who thinks it's annoying.
The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

It’s vital for our health, wellbeing and happiness, say the world’s leading neuroscientists.
Is Your Diet Giving You Headaches?

Is Your Diet Giving You Headaches?

How simple dietary tweaks could relieve your pain.
Those Trendy Fidget Spinners Are Giving Some Kids and Their Teachers the Fidgets

Those Trendy Fidget Spinners Are Giving Some Kids and Their Teachers the Fidgets

The whirling gizmos are all the rage in classrooms around the world. But are they really improving learning for kids? Child experts weigh in.
The Great Forgetting

The Great Forgetting

The mechanics of memory remain mysterious – but new infant studies could hold the key.

Don’t Even Think About Sitting on Your Bed with Outside Clothes

Do you know what your top and pants have been picking up all day? Here are their extra-dirty little secrets.

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