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5 Power Words to Instantly Get What You Want

5 Power Words to Instantly Get What You Want

Trying to persuade a boss, a client, or even a family member to take your advice? These five words will help you get your way – guaranteed.
The iPhone Keyboard Has Had a Mouse This Whole Time

The iPhone Keyboard Has Had a Mouse This Whole Time

Good news, iPhone users! Your phone has had a hidden mouse all along.
How to Look Smart

How to Look Smart

Are you fooling others about your intellect … or are they fooling you about theirs?
The Over-the-Hill Gang

The Over-the-Hill Gang

How a ragtag crew of ageing criminals pulled off one of the most daring robberies in British history.
The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

It’s vital for our health, wellbeing and happiness, say the world’s leading neuroscientists.
The Pilots Who Crashed Into the Sea

The Pilots Who Crashed Into the Sea

Two strangers were piloting a light aircraft from Oahu to Hawaii when the engines went quiet. While the next few minutes would spell life or death, the next 20 hours would make them life-long friends.
When Norah Met Mr Dan

When Norah Met Mr Dan

When a four year old bumps into a widower at the supermarket, the karma is instant – and everlasting.
11 Things Parents Say that Ruin Their Kids’ Trust

11 Things Parents Say that Ruin Their Kids’ Trust

Love and mutual respect are great, but what the parent-child relationship really hinges on is trust. Here's what not to say if you want your child to trust you.
The One Word You Should Never Ever Say in a Job Interview
9 Common Sayings That Are Actually Total Nonsense

9 Common Sayings That Are Actually Total Nonsense

ALWAYS cry over spilled milk, NEVER pick the low-hanging fruit, and 7 more common sayings improved by science.
The Turtles of Wreck Rock Beach

The Turtles of Wreck Rock Beach

Meet the Australian wildlife warriors winning the slow and steady race against turtle extinction.
Apple Debuts New iPhone Feature to Stop Texting While Driving for Good
Why Do We Remember False Information?

Why Do We Remember False Information?

This phenomenon could explain why myths like “vaccines cause autism” and “fat in food is bad” stick around.
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.

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