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Brain Blog: Edition 2
In this issue of our blog we look at the condition of Misophonia, find out if you really do know the size of your head and ask are ladies always first? We also establish that more money does bring you more problems, in work life balance anyway. Look at the protests toddlers are creating about mobile phone use and find out that children born in the summer are more likely to be absent from school.
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There are numerous factors in the sound of your voice that give meaning (conscious and unconscious), and it is helpful to think about these. You can also interpret how another person is doing by examining the tone of their voice. Here are some critical aspects of tone to consider.
Can you imagine living in our complex world without a sense of smell? Our sense of smell connects us to memories, places, and the people around us; the impact of this loss starts a journey of complex emotions.
We catch up with the charity Fifth Sense to find out how they support people who have lost their sense of smell.