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Bacteria may Determine the World Chess Champion

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In November 2014, the world’s leading chess players, Magnus Carlsen and Vaswanathan Anand, will battle each other for the world championship. Both players have elaborate teams of player-coaches, analyzing their opponent’s games and preparing surprises to catch him off-guard. The players are backed by elaborate computer systems and substantial corporate sponsorship deals. However: bright coaches,… read more

Can Anand Improve his Chances for the World Chess Championship?

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The World Chess Championship has reached the halfway point. After six games, 22-year old chess wonder, Magnus Carlsen leads with two wins to zero for the current world chess champion, 43-year-old Viswanathan Anand. In the first four games Anand showed his excellent preparation: He forced Carlsen away from his slow, grind-the-opponent-down strategy to the tactical… read more

Improve Cognition with Calorie Restriction and Blood Sugar Management

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As people age, they often experience memory loss, reduced concentration, and other cognitive problems. Diet and lifestyle, though, can improve cognitive performance and reverse some aspects of brain aging. Consider the world chess champion – chess genius, Viswanathan Anand, who in November will defend, his title against the highest rated player in chess history, Magnus… read more