You Make Better Decisions When You Need to PeeS

A study by Dutch scientists found that people with full bladders showed better judgment when choosing between "small and immediate" rewards and "larger but delayed" awards, possibly because the parts of the brain involved in bladder control are involved in impulse control as well. This is, potentially, useful news; on the other hand, when we really have to pee the only decision we are prepared to make is where. [Telegraph]