• Cover: July 28, 2014
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    Forget About It

    Charlie Kaufman was onto something: It turns out that the surreal memory-erasing procedure in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind may soon be a reality.

    According to an article on Popsci.com, Stanford University researchers have figured out a way to vanquish painful memories while you sleep. There haven't been any human studies yet (just rats so far), but results are promising and experts say that, with more research, the treatment could be an option for patients with post-traumatic stress disorder.

    No word on when it might be available to treat a broken heart.
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    Election news: red, white and blue finds that get our vote (Daily Candy)

    5 ways sex makes you smarter (YourTango)

    "Fashion shower" and more: Learn the trendy phrases all the cool kids are using (Refinery29)

    So much for the new crop: Rihanna's long hair (BellaSugar)

    Helmut Lang partners with gallery to create eye-candy gifts (ELLE.com)

    Fat feet? Turns out U.S. women's shoe sizes are creeping up (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
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  • who knew?

    Aural Pleasure

    It turns out your playlist could be one of the secrets to satisfaction in the bedroom. According to a survey from Spotify, more than 40 percent of people say listening to music is more arousing than touch during sex. For the streaming music service's Science Behind the Song study, they interviewed 2,000 people ages 18 to 91 years old and asked for each respondent's top 20 tracks for getting in the mood. It’s no surprise that Marvin Gaye tops the list, followed by the entire Dirty Dancing soundtrack. Less chocolate-covered strawberries and more bass, please.

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