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How Exercise and Nature affect your brain

How exercise shapes you, far beyond the gym (Science of Us)

This is what happened to my brain when I spent more time in nature (Fast Company)

How exercise may help the brain grow stronger (The New York Times)

Cuisine Culture, Gut Microbes and the 100 year Life

Ethnic cuisine future is expensive (The Atlantic)

“Gut feelings”, Microbes and Autism (The Economist)

The best Fast Food, picked by the world top chefs (Bloomberg)

To calm food allergies, get better gut bacteria via fiber (Big Think)

The 100-year life: how to make longevity a blessing, not a curse (New Scientist)

Obese grandfathers pass on their susceptibility to junk food (New Scientist)

Books, music, personality traits and how they relate to your future self

Your taste in music says a lot about how your brain processes information (Business Insider)

Science says these two personality traits predict whether you’ll be a successful leader (Business Insider)

The incalculable value of finding a job that you love (New York Times)

Economist show that boys that grow around books earn significantly more money as adults (Quartz)

Academia and Statistics matter, but what we need for future economic improvement is more innovative education

How can we teach innovation; a view from China (World Economic Forum)

Slogging on the economic road back to normal (Bloomberg)

Millennials need a new housing bubble (Bloomberg)

Academic Finance as a check on pretensions (Enterprising Investor)

You can make statistics say whatever you want (The Speculative Investor)

The Fourth Industrial revolution means that schools must become innovative (World Economic Forum)