Empathy-Teaching Video Games, Chile Pepper Origins, and A Simple Word Swap to Take Control
Learn about how scientists used video games to teach children empathy; a simple word swap that can help you keep your commitments in check; and an institute in New Mexico where all your favorite chiles came from.
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- Scientists Used Video Games to Teach Children Empathy
- This Simple Word Swap Can Help You Keep Your Commitments in Check
- All Your Favorite Chiles Came From This Institute in New Mexico
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