Chocolate Mouthfeel, Teaching Moms, Daylight Saving
Today you’ll learn about the history of the ever controversial daylight saving time, how a mother’s level of education impacts children, and how researchers built a 3D tongue to study how chocolate melts.
Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/chocolate-mouthfeel-teaching-moms-daylight-saving
- “Why chocolate feels so good - it is all down to lubrication.” University of Leeds. 2023.
- “A Summary of Current Research on US Chocolate Consumption & Innovation.” by Shoshi Parks. 2022.
- “How moms are taking the lead in shaping children's education.” Lancaster University. 2023.
- “Gender, education expansion and intergenerational educational mobility around the world.” by Yang Hu & Yue Qian. 2023.
- “Mother’s Education and Children’s Outcomes: How Dual-Generation Programs Offer Increased Opportunities for America’s Families.” by Donald J. Hernandez & Jeffrey S. Napierala. 2014.
- “Why daylight saving time exists - at least for now.” by Maya Wei-Haas & Amy McKeever. 2023.
- “Measurable health effects associated with the daylight saving time shift.” by Hanxin Zhang, et al. 2020.
- “Daylight Saving Time.” Website. N.d.
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