- Can you tell how strong someone is just by looking at their face? Michael Meadon looks at research suggesting that you can.
- What does your genome say about how likely you are to go into debt? Quite a lot, says the Neurocritic.
- Think you’ve finally got control over your weight? Now’s about the time you’ll probably start putting those pounds back on.
- How do you make a non-threatening area seem unsafe? Just put a closed-circuit surveillance camera there.
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