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‘Pinocchio effect’: Lying sends nose-tip temperature soaring, but size unchanged: scientists

It takes a ‘great mental effort’ to cool the nose down – says the University of Granada’s Emilio Gómez Milán and Elvira Salazar López. They have dubbed the newly-found phenomenon, discovered by using thermal imaging cameras on volunteers, ‘The Pinocchio Effect’. Telling a lie may not make your nose grow like Pinocchio but it does… Seguir Leyendo ‘Pinocchio effect’: Lying sends nose-tip temperature soaring, but size unchanged: scientists

New York Daily News - EEUU

‘Pinocchio effect’: Lying sends nose-tip temperature soaring, but size unchanged: scientists

It takes a ‘great mental effort’ to cool the nose down – says the University of Granada’s Emilio Gómez Milán and Elvira Salazar López. They have dubbed the newly-found phenomenon, discovered by using thermal imaging cameras on volunteers, ‘The Pinocchio Effect’. Telling a lie may not make your nose grow like Pinocchio but it does… Seguir Leyendo ‘Pinocchio effect’: Lying sends nose-tip temperature soaring, but size unchanged: scientists

New York Daily News - EEUU

Fat…but fit? It’s possible according to new study

New research finds that people can be obese yet physically healthy and fit and at no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than people of normal weight. The key is being “metabolically fit,” which means no high blood pressure, cholesterol or elevated blood sugar, and exercising, say scientists. Their study was published online September… Seguir Leyendo Fat…but fit? It’s possible according to new study

New York Daily News - EEUU

Fat…but fit? It’s possible according to new study

New research finds that people can be obese yet physically healthy and fit and at no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than people of normal weight. The key is being “metabolically fit,” which means no high blood pressure, cholesterol or elevated blood sugar, and exercising, say scientists. Their study was published online September… Seguir Leyendo Fat…but fit? It’s possible according to new study