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12 THE CONVERSATION
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32 REALITY CHECK
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57 MICHAEL MOSLEY
Michael has been trying out his new standing desk, and thinks we should all get o our backsides too.
58 ALEKS KROTOSKI
Our love of online sharing is making everywhere a bit, well, samey. And we only have ourselves to blame.
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98 A S C I E N T I S T ’ S
GUIDE TO LIFE Kathleen Vohs, a behavioural scientist at the University of Minnesota, tells us that messy rooms may aid creativity, but tidy spaces make us more generous.
Recent reports link screen time to impaired development, but is there more to the story?
Should you give the kiss of life to someone who’s having a heart a ack?
DISCOVERIES Why is the magnetic north pole moving?