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Stuttering – When It’s Hard to Talk – Podcast

Stuttering – When It’s Hard to Talk – Podcast

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“Aha! Ten Minutes of Everyday Knowledge” is WELT’s science podcast. In it, we’ll explain what common myths are. And which of them can you really believe. Does contra beer relieve a hangover? And does taking a cold shower make you more difficult? What is really true – and what is not?

We will also get to the depths of psychological phenomena: the fear of losing something, for example. Or the question: Why do we talk in our sleep? To answer all of these questions, we talk to the experts who help us better understand the world. Fact-based and up-to-date with the latest research – all in just ten minutes.

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