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Effects of chewing gum on cognitive function, mood and physiology in stressed and non-stressed volunteers. RATIONALE: Recent research suggests that chewing gum may improve aspects of cognitive function and mood. There is also evidence suggesting that chewing gum reduces stress. It is important, therefore, to examine these two areas and to determine whether contextual factors…

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Warm Ups

I am certain there is something trading related in here –  Less is More: Standard Warm-up Causes Fatigue and Less Warm-up Permits Greater Cycling Power Output Abstract The traditional warm-up (WU) athletes use to prepare for a sprint track cycling event involves a general WU followed by a series of brief sprints lasting at least…

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Freewill

Excellent piece on free will from Biophilia Free will- solved! A theory of free will. One of the perennial chestnuts of philosophy is the problem of free will. Mostly a problem for theists rather than non-theists, it still holds a few mysteries for everyone. Is our natural intuition of freedom true, that we reign as sovereign…

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