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128 pages. Volume 118, number 689. Features: *The school of thoughts: Learning about the inner workings of the brain is teaching students how to focus and take control *Say hello to your new carer: Sociable and helpful around the place, human-like robots are already becoming a new way of assisting the elderly *The corridor of memory: A young woman's letter to her dad *Citrus: The great illusionist. Flavour variety and full of zest *A birthday like no other: What kind of fun could it be in lockdown? *Holey terrifying: Trypophobia, a fear of groups of holes, creeps into all aspects of life for those affected *Lives on the line: The courageous men and women who watch over one of the world's most dangerous industries *7 heart numbers you should know: Monitoring the measurements of heart health is a step towards lowering risk *Mystery of the plain of jars: Archeologists still don't understand the purpose of a mystical 2000-year-old collection of large stone containers *How to deal with complainers: Contant moaning and groaning can become a way of life for some people-and drive their listeners to distraction *The story behind the songs: The soaring music and much-loved characters of The Sound of Music were based on the real von Trapp family. But what do they really think about it? *A friend called Pip: The forming of a unique bond between a determined young girl and her lifesaving medical alert border collie
Reader's Digest Asia Pte. Ltd
Publication Date:1 July 2020
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