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Cold and Bubbly: The Sensory Qualities that Best Quench Thirst

New research from the Monell Center finds that oral perceptions of coldness and carbonation help to reduce thirst. The findings could guide sensory approaches to increase fluid intake in populations at risk for dehydration, including the elderly, soldiers, and athletes.

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Professor: Polls Can Sway Citizens to Vote

Both political parties' pollsters often predict close races so supporters feel their votes will actually make a difference and they are more likely to vote, says a Purdue University political sociologist.


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