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Science Says You’ll Be Happier Spending Money on Experiences Instead of Things

Science Says You’ll Be Happier Spending Money on Experiences Instead of Things

Finally, there’s confirmation. According to Jay Cassano over at Co.Exist, there is a science that provides solid logic on why we should spend our precious paycheques on experiences rather than on things. Let’s be honest; as soon as life gets...
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It’s Not Your Fault: Science Says We’re Wired to Break Up

Here’s some good news for the (often) broken-hearted. Though it may take longer for some than others, new research now suggests humans are programmed to break-up, recover, and move on. It all comes down to evolutionary psychology
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Science Has Found a Way to Make Rice Healthier

When it comes to food, rice is kind of a big deal – a staple dish for over half of the world’s population. The problem is it’s not exactly the healthiest thing you can consume. Thankfully, science has found a new way to cook rice that cuts the calories in half
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Science, Not J. Lo, is the Reason You Love Booty

What if we told you that everyone loves booty. And it's not because of reality TV or hip-hop videos, but rather because of evolutionary science? Pretty boring, we know. But also incredibly fASScinating
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New Research Links Longer Breastfeeding to Higher IQs and Earning Power

New research out of Brazil has found a link between the duration of breastfeeding and adult intelligence and earning power. The study followed the lives of 3,500 newborn babies, and found that longer their mothers breastfeed, the higher their intelligence in adulthood, longer schooling, and higher adult earnings
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LOL: Science Says Laughter is How You Land a New Relationship

The first step to a new relationship – and falling in love – is the breaking down of walls. Though it’s not always easy, new research has suggested that laughter can help your cause. Apparently, making someone laugh is the best way to get them to open up to you
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You Might Not Want to Know This: A Brisk Walk Will Diminish Your Chocolate Craving

Chocolate lovers know that a chocolate addiction is a real thing. But it’s also almost bikini season. New research has revealed that going for a walk will reduce your chocolate cravings. Not that that’s going to stop you from eating it anyway
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A German Anti Vaxxer is Being Forced to Pay $100K for Claiming Measles is Not a Disease

A German biologist and anti-vaxxer who offered €100,000 ($106,300 USD) to anyone who could prove the measles was a real virus and not a psychosomatic illness is now being ordered to pay a doctor that money by the courts, because the doctor gave him, you know, proof
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Time is Relative: Depressed People May Experience Time Differently

They say time passes quickly when you’re having a good time. For those who experience depression, it turns out the reverse may actually be true. New research has revealed that people suffering from depression may experience time differently than those who aren’t
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