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All-nighters, energy drinks, marathon study sessions: many students push themselves to extremes when  preparing for exams. But if you are really committed to doing your best, you may want to put down that Red Bull and pick up a stack of index cards.

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We all know sugar is sweet, but it has an unsavory side too. Sugar is poisoning us, and most of the time we don’t even know how much we’re consuming.

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Credit is easily one of the most important aspects of our financial lives, yet it’s often one of the most misunderstood.

Via Credit Sesame

A new study says that humans react more powerfully when they see red.

Red: The color of blood, passion, courage, and certain Gap ad campaigns. Scientists say red, more than other colors, provokes clearly identifiable reactions in human beings.

Via The Week

Everybody loves dolphins, but nobody appreciates just how badass they truly are.

Via Environmental Graffiti

Our planet is filled with many wonderful geographical and geological anomalies and mysteries. So many so, that we may never truly unlock all of the secrets that nature has tucked away.

Via The World Geography

Zoomsphere, a site which provides statistics on major social networks including Twitter, Facebook and Google+, has revealed some interesting information and statistics on LinkedIn users.

Via The Next Web

It’s no secret that the Internet loves Pinterest. Now, most users are even spending more time, on average, pinning than they are on hanging out on Facebook. Here’s what you need to know about Pinterest user demographics.

Link Mashable

Did you know Apple played a huge role in keeping Facebook afloat during its early years?

Full story at Business Insider

Matters of the heart have baffled humans since the dawn of time, with sonnets and entire books devoted to the meaning of love. Now scientists are finding that the blood pump in your chest is just as complex. You can’t live or love without it.

Via Live Science

Preeti Bhatia

Interesting Fact Of The Day

Lightning may contribute to the onset of headaches and migraines, a new study says.

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