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Reading out loud to yourself could help you remember faster

scientists recorded 75 students saying 160 words aloud. Two weeks later, they studied 80 of these words in a variety of ways: hearing their own recording of the words, hearing a recording of someone else say them, reading them silently, reading aloud to themselves. To make sure the order wasn’t important, various students used the …

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Weird Brain Exercises That Could Help You Get Smarter

Giving your brain new experiences that combine physical senses—vision, smell, touch, taste, and hearing—with emotional “sense” stimulates more connections between different brain areas, causes nerve cells to produce natural brain nutrients that dramatically help memory, and makes surrounding cells stronger and more resistant to the effects of aging. Try these brain exercises during your morning …

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Science digest: Ten science facts you will find interesting

Science is the back bone of our modern society, everything that exists in the realistic world can be proved scientifically. And most people believe that anything that can’t be verified scientifically or that exists outside experience is not a valid fact.  Here are some science facts you are definitely going to enjoy. ​Did you know …

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Science digest: See how you can learn new skills twice as fast

The key to learning a new motor skill – such as playing the piano or mastering a new sport – isn’t necessarily how many hours you spend practising, but the way you practise, according to a 2016 study. Scientists have found that by subtly varying your training, you can keep your brain more active throughout …

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Science digest: Cell phone radiation- threat or no threat

What is radiation? In a nutshell, radiation is energy that’s travelling through space in the form of waves or particles. occurs naturally and has always been around, we’ve evolved with it and we’re bombarded with it in one form or another every day of our lives – from the earth, from space and even within …

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How you can use self hypnosis for self improvement

You’ve probably seen movies and tv programs where hypnosis is portrayed as an instrument of mind control used to enslave the will of helpless victims and make them do and say things they would never do or say under normal conditions, and a couple of other myths and superstitions which we have conceived due to …

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Science Digest: Video games can improve learning 

A new study shows for the first time that playing action video games improves not just the skills taught in the game, but learning capabilities more generally. “Prior research by our group and others has shown that action gamers excel at many tasks. In this new study, we show they excel because they are better …