Memory manipulation plays a great role in our calorie intake. In an experiment people who were shown a large bowl of soup were less hungry than those who were shown smaller bowl regardless of how much they consumed in their last meal.
Running in reverse may not be very popular but a small body of science suggests that reverse running enables people to avoid common injuries, burn extra calories and sharpen their balance. It causes less impact to the knees, and also requires 30 percent more energy than running forward at the same speed but also produces less pounding.
Amar Toor discusses the life of Jeremy Hammond, who was one of the leading members of the infamous group “Anonymous”.
According to a recent study, there is an observable relation between homesickness and warmth. If you’re cold, thinking of the happier times will make you feel warm and hence, you get most nostalgic on colder days.
According to a new study, the more friends you have on Facebook, the more likely you’re to be stressed out about actually having them. The stress induced is possibly because your reaction towards every other member on the network. The wider the network becomes, the more likely it is that you say something offensive to someone.
According to a new study, the language we use affects our resolutions directly. Whenever we use foreign language in our decision making, we tend to be less biased and more analytical as we drop the emotional instability.
Because autism is likely a condition formed due to the complexity of genetics and atmospheric factors, a new study suggests that children with autism must have been exposed two to three times more air pollution than the other kids.