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Get Lucky, Get Smart: How Sex Boosts Brain Power

Back in high school, that hot jock who always seemed to get lucky with the ladies never appeared as the brightest student in class. It is therefore understandable for us to assume that increased sexual activity has nothing to do with brainpower. But that’s old news. It’s time for us to introduce the best news you’ve probably heard in a…
BPR
March 24, 2018
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4 Phone Apps That Will Make You Smarter

Let’s face it, no matter how hard we try, we spend more time on our phones than we should. In this generation, regardless of where you go, there’s a very high chance you will face a huge crowd of people walking around looking like zombies with their faces buried into their iPhones. Instead of b*tching and complaining about how dumb…
BPR
March 22, 2018
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4 Top YouTube Tracks to Boost Productivity

You’re at the office trying to get your work done for the day when your WhatsApp group convo starts going crazy. You have to check what’s going on – are plans being made for Friday night that you don’t know about? Of course, this leads to spending a few minutes going through your Facebook News Feed to see if your…
BPR
March 20, 2016
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Uncover This Powerful Potion that Fights Your Brain’s Aging Process

Phosphatidylserine: Uncover This Powerful Potion that Fights Your Brain’s Aging Process Sharpen your Learning Skills. Optimize Focus. Improve overall Memory Function—even Under Pressure. Doesn’t that sound great to you? Well yeah, of course… But what if I was to tell you that you can experience all these benefits in one supplement? Keep reading… I’m talking about Phosphatidylserine. I know, it’s…
BPR
July 10, 2015
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Oh baby, that really does hurt

A new study claims that babies feel physical pain just as faster as adults, and possibly even more so. This contradicts earlier studies as well as the prevailing medical view that, because babies’ brains are undeveloped, they don’t experience pain in any way other than a reflex. “Our study provides the first really strong evidence that this is not the…
BPR
April 29, 2015