It’s splitsville for Eliot Spitzer and his political spin-mistress squeeze, Lis Smith: The two have gone their separate ways after a two-year romance.
Spitzer and Smith have fueled a spate of often-cringe-worthy gossip since December 2013, when The Post caught the then-married ex-governor sneaking repeatedly into Smith’s Soho apartment building.
Oh yes, brain-training programmes may be useful for helping inattentive people focus on tasks in their daily life.
At least, that’s the implication of an analysis looking at one particular programme.
“They remain very close and continue to care for each other,” Linden added.
If you follow Irvine on his official Instagram account, you can see some of his pictures with the gorgeous Jodie Spencer.
According to the shared pictures, the pair seems to be enjoying a romantic relationship.
It’s the latest salvo in a field that has seen the battles lines drawn between those who believe there is no compelling scientific evidence that training the brain to do a specific task better can offer wider cognitive improvements, and those that think it can work in some cases.
The party line is that brain training improves only that which it exercises, says Jared Horvath from the University of Melbourne in Australia.