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Why our brains love Twitter, the runners' 7 worst habits, and Disney's new autistic role model



  • The latest animated Disney movie released on the big screen is Ponyo the story of a goldfish turning into a human out of love for a little boy. From this description, we do not expect the film to send a message about autism, but a writer and the father of an autistic daughter says he does just that. [NPR]

  • Forget the afternoon caffeine fix or the daily voyage to the machine, and instead spend a few minutes improving yourself with these five simple tips to improve your health in that second. [Vitamin G]

  • What was once considered to be the entertainment center of the brain can actually control the feeling that a neuroscientist calls "searching," the insatiable curiosity that makes simple Google searches hours of effort. Could it be that our brain is persistent in loving things like Google, Twitter and SMS? [Slate]

  • It seems impossible to be, we know, but your salad may make you fat. So as not to overdo the culprits (think greasy, oily dressings), check this breakdown of all things you might think about toss into your bowl and what you should think twice about. [FNC iMag]

  • We are great at running, whether it's just for fun or in a competition where you keep fit. But runners are far from the paradigm of health. Many ̵
    1; including ourselves – fell victim to these seven bad habits. In the list you will find tips on how to walk healthier. [That’s Fit]


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