According to new research, a noninvasive technique that electrically
stimulates a specific region deep inside the brain might make others
seem more attractive.
Hailed as the future of digital advertising, this new 'Burberry Kisses' feature sees Google teaming up with the British label as part of an
experimental advertising initiative dubbed Art, Copy & Code.
Today's amazing medical marvel involves a Kansas couple and their 20-day old baby named Ashlyn. A week after she was born, Ashlyn developed a rare, life-threatening condition which resulted in bleeding in the brain.
Finally, a way to bring to life all those imaginary friends your kids keep talking about. Creative director Bryan Salt has launched a new Chile-based startup called Thinker Thing, which is in the process of creating a system called the Monster Dreamer.
When you think of design-oriented restaurants, the first few things that (most often) come to mind is what to wear and what you’re going to be introducing to your taste buds. Kuala Lumpur has always been a food haven for food lovers – from street food to kopitiams, cafes and restaurants, to fine dining with spectacular views of the city.
According to the latest psychological research from the University of Chicago and University of Virginia, we all tend to think that we are better looking than we actually are.
New research suggests that high consumption of soda and juice correlates with an increased risk of depression among adults—and those who drank diet versions of the same beverages were even more depressed. More from CBS News:
Fendi's new Selleria line presents eight new models - of which six carries the name Adele and five of the Fendi sisters.Four bags are historic models stylistically revisited: ADELE 1328, PAOLA 1192/1128, FRANCA 2176/2058/1892, CARLA 650; two models are new: ANNA 1322, ALDA 326; and two are FENDI icons: Baguette 635 and Peekaboo 1584/1522.
Do you find it hard to make friends? Or perhaps people tend to act
hostile towards you simply by looking at your face. Then you might
suffer from what is known as "Bitchy Resting Face."
The First Taste is an adorable clip made by Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney especially for TEDxSydney 2013. The clip feature kids tasting a bunch of strange foods like olives, anchovies, Vegemite, lemons and other things. At 500 frames per second, you get to see their natural reaction to taste in all its slow-mo glory:
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