You Are What You Eat

We purchase refrigerators the way we fill them: out of necessity-to preserve the milk; to keep the greens from wilting. But from the right vantage point, an open fridge is the perfect staging grounds for a discussion of consumption. And if the aphorism holds true-if we really are what we eat-then refrigerators are like windows into our souls.

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Somewhere over the brainbow

Harvard scientists have developed hi-tech new methods to explore inside the human brain using magnetic resonance scanning. Professor Jan Wedeen claims that the rainbow-coloured scans offer the first real insight into the pathways of the human brain’s 100 billion cells – and how it works.