Boy, am I tired! You know how watching someone exert themselves can make you feel exhausted? Well I’ve got that in bucketloads right now… This issue’s theme was all about appreciating everything that lies outside our four walls. The world around us is a cornucopia of delights – but it’s up to us to go and check them out for ourselves. So the next time you’re in Africa, sprinting for your life from a swarm of killer bees, remember to stay cheery: those bees could be what rids the world of HIV. If you’re wondering how to kill some time, don’t just slump in front of the TV: take a stroll in the park and see if it gives you a boost. And if you like bananas…well, you know the risks, at least… Here at Guru, we’ve got your best interests at heart. That’s why we made our nifty little app ( Apple and Android) – so you can read our unique brand of science-lifestyle on the go! If you’re a Kindle user, you can get your copy via the website. There are no more excuses. It’s time to open the front door and step out… Finally, if you have enjoyed reading this issue, please consider making a small donation to keep Guru going in the future. Much of what we do is thanks to a talented bunch of volunteers, but everything still comes at a price – even the publication of Guru. Why not send us the price of a cup of coffee? Every little helps; click here to find out more. If this issue has got you fired up (or puckish for a pizza) then why not send us an email at email@example.com to tell us what you think – or even just to say hello!
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