Anthropologist Helen Fischer explains how our brains behave when we're in love. Andrew Heavens/Courtesy of TED hide caption

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What Happens To Our Brain When We're In Love?
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Amy Webb explains how she found love with some help from algorithms. Ryan Lash/Courtesy of TED hide caption

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Can You Use Algorithms To Find Love?
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Grandma Helping With The Baby: Dream Or Nightmare?
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Psychological Consequences Of Calling Obesity A Disease
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It's the Sichuan peppercorn in dishes like spicy ma po tofu that makes your mouth buzz. Researchers wanted to know if that buzz is connected to the tingling you feel when your foot falls asleep. iStockphoto hide caption

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Sichuan Pepper's Buzz May Reveal Secrets Of The Nervous System
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Mind Over Milkshake: How Your Thoughts Fool Your Stomach
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The holes in matzo give the cracker its characteristic crunch, Odelia Cohen/iStockphoto hide caption

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A Love Letter To Matzo: Why The Holey Cracker Is A Crunch Above
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Boss Says You're Smart...For A Woman
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