This scientist says dream disorders could be a sign of future disease.
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In 1985, Nintendo showed off a prototype for the Advanced Video System. This would eventually transform into the most important game console of all time.
First released in 2001, Nintendo's GameCube console was a rare miss for the venerable video game company. But it also paved the way for enormous successes in the years ahead.
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«the decoupling of attention from perception, which is what happens when our thoughts separate from our perception of the environment.»
The tricky thing about emotional intelligence is that despite being widely agreed to be a positive attribute, experts don’t agree on what it is.
«You may see those traits in yourself, but it can be difficult to scientifically verify whether or not you truly exhibit these characteristics.»
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Researchers are increasingly understanding how exercise affects the body and, in doing so, finding smarter ways for people to exercise smarter.
«“As a rule of thumb, activities that employ large muscle groups that raise the heart rate or make breathing harder are better,” Stamatakis says. “These are physiological signs of higher-intensity movement, provided that occur frequently and regularly, meaning that the body is preparing to adapt to such physical demands by becoming fitter.”»
Marketed to meat lovers, plant-based burgers like Impossible and Beyond claim to taste like the real thing and to have far lighter environmental footprints.
«deconstruct meat into its component parts, then build an equivalent product from plant-based ingredients.»
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