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기억력 겨루기
One of the world's greatest memorizers, Englishman Ed Cook, taught Joshua Foer mnemonics for the creation of unique codes and mental images to help one remember useless information like random numbers.
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사회 진출 여성에게 옷을
Many single low-income women who try to enter the work force find themselves competing for jobs that require business clothes they can't afford. That's where Suited for Change comes in.
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데이트 블로그
Some singles are also talking about their experiences in cyberspace for the whole world to read. It's a new kind of literature, the dating blog.
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환경 요가
Indian wise men spent entire lifetimes studying the interaction between people and their environments, both natural and man-made. Over the centuries, their observations evolved into a set of principles...
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의료비가 가장 비싼 나라
Some critics blame doctors who are generally paid for individual services and thus have an incentive to perform too many procedures. But physicians argue that they are forced to perform many preventive procedures to protect themselves against malpractice law suits.
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성숙한 두뇌
We'll look at a new book that takes a positive view of aging, a process in which the brain is continually reshaped by lifelong learning and opportunities for growth.
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수면제
It's something all human beings do, regardless of where they live, how they worship, or what they believe: They sleep. Except that for a growing number of Americans, sleep has become elusive.
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따로 또 같이
How can we be individualistic and networked at the same time? You need other people for networks.
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쉬운 식사 준비
There is a growing number of businesses that let customers prepare a month's worth of dinners in only a few hours. The so-called "easy meal preparation" concept has spawned a business boom...
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한국의 경제성장
When the Korean War ended in 1953, South Korea was one of the poorest countries in the world. In 2004, South Korea joined the trillion-dollar club of world economies.