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“Can you burn off a hot fudge sundae by doing a difficult math problem instead of hitting the treadmill?”
Asked by Sean Hoskins, Facebook


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Can we loose weight be tackling a tricky maths problem?
« Reply #1 on: 18/02/2013 15:21:44 »
We answered this question on the show...

We tackle some of your neuroscience questions.  I joined Professor Simon Laughlin from Cambridge University who’s been flexing his brain power to answer your questions about the brain.  
Sean Hoskins got in touch via Facebook asking
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