Health News Digest: I Already Knew That
Tina Carmillia | Lim Soon Heng | Rhianne Boland
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We discuss the latest in health news. This week, Rhianne makes her debut on Health News Digest by replicating a new study that suggests that each person's face could actually be shaped by their name; Tina shares how much pee is actually in your swimming pool; and Soon Heng wonders why Freddie Mercury’s vocal folds piqued the interest of scientists.
0:00 - Intro
1:32 - Face shaped by name
13:09 - Urine in swimming pools
21:20 - Freddie Mercury's vocals
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Tags: The Bigger Picture, Health and Living, health news digest, health news, psychology, personality test, face perception, social influence, stereotypes, urine, hygiene, swimming pool, freddie mercury, queen, vocal cord, throat singing, vocology, music, neuroscience