Why do we love art, even when we’re terrible at making it ourselves?
Science shows that our brains are wired for visual cues. The areas of our brains that light up when we look at art are also the areas “involved in vision, pleasure, memory, recognition and emotions, in addition to systems that underlie the conscious processing of new
Another day, another study claiming that video games aren’t actually as bad as we all thought they were. What benefit can video games claim this time? Allegedly, keeping the mind sharp as we age.
A study in the scientific journal Nature showed that video games can help older adults with concentration. In the study, a group of 70 to
For the most part, cavemen don't have the best reputation. We can start with the name itself — no one even calls them by their correct term. Instead of Neanderthal, they're cavemen. Men in caves. That's it! But it doesn't get better from there. In general, we think of them as brutes without much to offer. However, according
Coffee, as you know, is absolutely amazing. It powers you through sleepy mornings and provides a socially acceptable way to be intoxicated. In addition to that, it's good for you. The latest finding? Drinking coffee — decaf or caffeinated — will help you maintain a healthy liver. So drink up some joe, people!
The study was massive, which means
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