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A Long Nap in the Freezer

A Long Nap in the Freezer
A Brief History of Cryonics

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Want to live forever? Why not try cryonics – an expensive and unproven scientific procedure with tempting results, at least for some. Łukasz Lamża
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Serotonin Plays a Key Role In Patience and Impulse Control, Research Says
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Serotonin Plays a Key Role In Patience and Impulse Control, Research Says

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There is a neurological link between serotonin levels and the brain’s ability to control impulses and patience levels. Jaimee Bell

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The Anxious Heart

The Anxious Heart
An Interview with Sandeep Jauhar

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Cardiologist Sandeep Jauhar talks about how to live with a healthy heart, the importance of family doctors, and why his profession needs a new paradigm. Maria Hawranek

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My Gaia

My Gaia
Our Mother Earth

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The Earth – which is undisputedly round – has been subjected to some bizarre theories across history. What is also certain, is that we need to act now to save it. Mikołaj Golachowski
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Isolated Island Group Is Now One of the World’s Largest Animal Sanctuaries
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Isolated Island Group Is Now One of the World’s Largest Animal Sanctuaries

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One of the world’s most isolated island groups has just been made one of the world’s largest ocean reserves. Scotty Hendricks

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Feel and Understand

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By taking a mindful approach to what is happening, we can situate ourselves in the here and now – and get to the heart of the problem.
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Study Finds Matriarchal Societies Are Good For Women's Health
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Study Finds Matriarchal Societies Are Good For Women's Health

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A study of the Mosuo women, known for their matriarchy, suggests that gender roles can influence our health outcomes. Scotty Hendricks

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31st January 1863

31st January 1863
Anniversary of the Month

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On this day in 1863, a certain French author published his first novel, about three Brits taking a balloon trip over Africa. Jules Verne’s debut was a hit, and guaranteed his legacy. Adam Węgłowski

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Lonely? Hungry? The Same Part of the Brain Worries About Both
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Lonely? Hungry? The Same Part of the Brain Worries About Both

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MRI scans show that hunger and loneliness cause cravings in the same area, which suggests socialization is a need. Scotty Hendricks

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How to Fall Asleep
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How to Fall Asleep
An Interview with Adam Wichniak

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Adam Wichniak, a psychiatrist from the Sleep Disorders Centre in Warsaw, talks about insomnia, smartphones and blue light, and how we can get better sleep. Aleksandra Pezda

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Doctors in Scotland Can Now Prescribe Nature to Their Patients
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Doctors in Scotland Can Now Prescribe Nature to Their Patients

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Take one long stroll, four times a week. Evan Fleischer

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Sooner or Later We All Face Death
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Sooner or Later We All Face Death
Will a Sense of Meaning Help Us?

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‘Despite all our medical advances,’ my friend Jason used to quip, ‘the mortality rate has remained constant – one per person.’ Warren Ward

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Brain Study Finds That Humans Are Born Wired for Reading Letters and Words
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Brain Study Finds That Humans Are Born Wired for Reading Letters and Words

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The area of the brain that recognizes letters and words is ready for action right from the start. Robby Berman

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Hues of Our Own

Hues of Our Own
How We Perceive Colour

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A biologist explains how we perceive colour – and how those perceptions can be unique to each of us. Szymon Drobniak

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5th December 1952

5th December 1952
Anniversary of the Month

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On this day in 1952, just over a decade after the wartime Blitz, death from above hit the streets of London again. Smog was everywhere, blinding pedestrians and even creeping into cinema screens. Adam Węgłowski
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In Tumulus and Wilderness

In Tumulus and Wilderness
The Burial Mounds of Białowieża

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The Białowieża Primaeval Forest is one of the oldest forests in Europe. It is also home to a number of centuries-old burial mounds. Jędrzej Wojnar

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Scientists Identify 24 Planets Potentially Better Suited For Life Than Earth
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Scientists Identify 24 Planets Potentially Better Suited For Life Than Earth

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The study identified superhabitable planets outside of our solar system. Robby Berman

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What Holds Us Here

What Holds Us Here
How Gravity Governs Life on Earth

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Gravity doesn’t only dictate the trajectory of inanimate objects – without it, it would be impossible for human, animal and plant life to exist. Mikołaj Golachowski

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The Planet Is A-Changing

The Planet Is A-Changing
The Earth’s Synergistic System

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The work of James Hutton, Edward Suess and James Lovelock suggests that living organisms work alongside inorganic matter to sustain – or destroy – life on Earth. Łukasz Kaniewski
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Colors Evoke Similar Emotions Around the World, Survey Finds
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Colors Evoke Similar Emotions Around the World, Survey Finds

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Certain colors are globally linked to certain feelings, the study reveals. Jaimee Bell