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The tragic lure of illusion.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II greets Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during an audience at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain July 5, 2017.REUTERS/Andrew Milligan/Pool
Barfi pink, bright blue, deep ochre, violet and saturated orange; etchings and paintings of gods and goddesses; green parrots flying on a wall; home of the Odissi dance; lush greenery — welcome...
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Justin Trudeau stopped in on Queen Elizabeth II in Scotland on Wednesday, and pictures of the pair sent people online into a meltdown. Canada's prime minister enjoyed a private audience with the monar...
If you listen closely, they're saying... nothing at all.
An undated image of the human brain taken through scanning technology. The scan shows a person responding to a visual scene, with the imaging technology measuring increases in blood flow to a certain region of the brain. Neuroscientists use functional magnetic resonance imaging techniques -- in which a person's head is put in a machine like a giant magnet -- to gaze deep within the brain to view neural regions that monitor behavior and regulate emotions. It is a young field, but one that ultimately could have as dramatic an impact on the legal system as DNA testing, said Michael Gazzaniga, the director of a new project to study the implications of neuroscience for the U.S. judicial system. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-LAW/BRAIN. REUTERS/Sage Center for the Study of the Mind, University of California, Santa Barbara/Handout (UNITED STATES). EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
Bruised past, but unbroken spirit.
What drives psychopaths to commit violent crimes or immoral actions could have a lot to do with how their brains are wired to make decisions, a new study finds. Traditionally, scientists have seen psy...
Over the July Fourth holiday weekend, as people took to Twitter to both celebrate the country as well as call outthe waysit needs to improve, one Twitter user shared a moment of sheer hope, at a time...
Start by using the right kind of spoon.
Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
Technology-aided remote work is a boon for women as well as men.