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Study shows London cabbies have bigger brains

London, England, can be an incredibly confusing city to navigate. The ancient metropolis contains thousands of narrow, winding streets that seem to change names on a whim.

And a good London cab driver knows them all, with shortcuts to boot.

Airplay's science columnist Michael Bhardwaj says that prompted researchers to study London cabbies and find out why they were able to remember all those streets.

Click on the link below to hear Michael tell Dave about the findings.

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