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The Psychology of Sight, Smell, and Sound

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The Psychology of Sight, Smell, and Sound

Image by: katieb50 Have you ever changed mood right out of the blue? Or felt very sleepy in the office or in the midst of a business conference for no reason? Or suddenly remembered about something that was completely out of context? You probably have, but were so carried away by the experience that you…

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Good Vibrations – The Science Behind Sound Therapy

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Good Vibrations - The Science Behind Sound Therapy

New Age The hippie movement of the sixties might not be as prominent as it once was, but it is still around.  In fact, there’s a bit of hippie-type resurgence as more people want to get back in touch with nature.  This is particularly evident around this time, with the approach of 21 December 2012.…

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Ultrasound – The Most Important Questions Answered

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Ultrasound - The Most Important Questions Answered

What is Ultrasound? Ultrasound refers to a cyclic of sound waves that have a higher frequency that the normal human hearing range. Most of the ultrasound devices usually operate at a frequency that is equal or more than 20 kHz. In the medicine field, ultra sound devices are used to visualize images of internal organs…

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Choosing Between a Piano and a Keyboard

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Choosing Between a Piano and a Keyboard

While it’s not the oldest musical instrument in the world, the piano has remained a staple for various musical styles for generations. Antique Steinways for sale still remain in wide use today. The innovation that went into the construction of the piano eventually led to its digital version, the keyboard. The keyboard eventually evolved into…

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Listen Up: Stem Cell Research Allowing Gerbils to Hear Again

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Listen Up: Stem Cell Research Allowing Gerbils to Hear Again

Ever since George W Bush vetoed the use of stem cell research in the US back in 2006 it has been a mainstay in the mind of the public.  Why not use this type of research to give people a better quality of life; better yet, a cure? Six years on and in the UK…

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