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Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths
BBC News-2010-11-04 12:13:13

Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths, according to Oxford University scientists. Full Story

Ayodhya verdict: Indian holy site 'to be divided'
Hindu nationalist groups celebrate in Amritsar after Ayodhya verdict - 30 Sept 2010 Some Hindu groups celebrated after the verdict.
 
Canada approves Facebook changes
Facebook logo The Canadian commissioner will continue to monitor the site.
 
Games should not have gone to Delhi, says Australia
England's athletes arrive in Delhi.
 
Don't let the bed bugs bite Bedbugs
"Night night, sleep tight, don't let the bed-bugs bite…" It's long been a favourite rhyme to send children off to sleep.
 
Don't let the bed bugs bite Bedbugs
"Night night, sleep tight, don't let the bed-bugs bite…" It's long been a favourite rhyme to send children off to sleep.
 
Six dead after US breakfast killing spree in Kentucky
Relatives of Neace's victims in Jackson Family and friends of the victims are struggling to understand the killings.
 
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