“According to Macmillan Cancer Support, it’s not unusual for cancer and cancer treatments to cause problems with eating, including a loss of appetite, a sore mouth and changes in taste.”
“In the past few decades, however, the idea of an unbridgeable divide between art and science has begun to dissolve as increased dissemination of scientific findings into mainstream culture have led artists to examine how the images and concepts produced by cognitive science can inform their work. At the same time many psychologists have come to recognise the value in understanding and taking seriously the power of art, both as a topic of scientific study and as a means of communicating the wonder that our growing understanding of the mind and brain inspire.”
“Flight Attendant Reveals Why You Should Never Drink Coffee On An Airplane”
Discussions about the state of language and public debate. . .
“Research explains how round shapes make foods taste sweet.”
“If forced to choose which sense they’re attached to the least, most people would point to smell. But could we still live a fulfilling life without it? Prof. Barry Smith looks into the matter for us.”