Must-Read: What New Science Tells Us
It pays to pay attention to new science. Not only will it give you all sorts of conversation topics both with your pals and out on dates — it really, really helps your chances if you are talking about current events — but also actually help your life in a variety of ways. For instance, now that we know certain foods are better for you than others, it’s a whole lot easier to actually fix your diet. Knowledge is power, after all. And with a new year on the calendar, it’s time for a whole bunch of new studies that can help you live your life to the fullest.
So today we’re heading on over to Men’s Fitness where they have a listing of the latest scientific news that you have to learn. Here’s two to get you going:
Caffeine could make your mind a steel trap.
What’s that thing? You know, the whatchyama call it? If you’d had your daily dose of coffee, you probably would remember. Research published in the scientific journal Nature and Neuroscience shows that caffeine does wonders for your long-term memory, enhancing the mind’s ability to retain information over a 24 hour time period.
Could Ultrasounds be the key to super human senses?
Virginia Tech scientists say they may have found a way to heighten sensory perception. When they honed in ultrasound waves on a specific part of the cerebral cortex, they found that test subjects’ response to feeling was enhanced.
So head on over to the link to check out the rest of the new science that you have to pay attention to. And then get to following it!
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.