The Truth About For Profit Colleges
The Truth About For Profit Colleges
in Education by Kevin Kinser, University at Albany, State University of New York
Documents released in a federal lawsuit against Trump University have put presumptive Republican presidential candidate…
Swimming Pools Can Be A Major Source Of Gastrointestinal Illness
Why Swimming Pools Can Be A Major Source Of Gastrointestinal Illness
in Environmental Health by Simon Reid, The University of Queensland and Una Ryan, Murdoch University
Summer holidays are upon us, and many of us will finally get to spend some lazy days by the pool. But how can you…
Persistence Is The Key to Success
Is Persistence The Key to Success?
in Career & Success by Napoleon Hill
There are four simple steps which lead to the habit of persistence. They call for no great amount of intelligence, no…
Broccoli Sprout Extract May Block Cancer’s Return
Broccoli Sprout Extract May Block Cancer’s Return
in Food & Nutrition by Allison Hydzik, University of Pittsburgh
Potent doses of broccoli sprout extract activate a “detoxification” gene and may help prevent cancer recurrence in…
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How To Spot An Online Lie
in Justice by Tom van Laer, City University London
There are three things you can be sure of in life: death, taxes – and lying. The latter certainly appears to have been…
How Regulating Guns Like Cars Could Improve Safety
How Regulating Guns Like Cars Could Improve Safety
in Justice by Keith Guzik, University of Colorado Denver and Gary T. Marx, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
In the midst of the Senate’s failure to agree on measures designed to tighten controls around the sales of firearms, a…
Relationships Can Be Either Good Or Bad For Your Health
Relationships Can Be Either Good Or Bad For Your Health
in Health & Wellness by Bert Gambin, University at Buffalo
Young adults who are in high-quality relationships are in better physical and mental health, a new study shows.
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How Do Food Manufacturers Pick Those Dates On Their Product Packaging?
in Food & Nutrition by Londa Nwadike, Kansas State University
No one wants to serve spoiled food to their families. Conversely, consumers don’t want to throw food away unnecessarily…
Does It Make You Feel Like A Grown Up Now That You Graduated?
Does It Make You Feel Like A Grown Up Now That You Graduated?
in Career & Success by Michael Vuolo, The Ohio State University and Jeylan T Mortimer, University of Minnesota
We may think that a simple age cutoff – such as 18 – should make us feel like adults. And why not? After all, crossing…
Permafrost below shallow lakes such as these on Alaska’s coastal plain is thawing as a result of changing winter climate. Image: Christopher Arp, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Rapidly Warming Arctic Creates Green House Gas Danger Zone
in Climate Impacts by Tim Radford, Climate News Network
Researchers warn that thawing soils in the Arctic tundra’s permafrost will release increasing quantities of carbon…
Sex And Other Myths About Weight Loss
Sex And Other Myths About Weight Loss
in Diseases & Conditions by Tammy Chang, University of Michigan and Angie Wang, University of Michigan
The estimated annual health care costs related to obesity are over $210 billion, or nearly 21 percent of annual medical…
Help! My Brain is Under Attack!
Help! My Brain is Under Attack!
in Environmental Health by Nora T. Gedgaudas, CNS, CNT.
Our primal mind has no defense against the stressful world it now faces, and we are paying a terrifying price for it.…
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Not Just For Mothers But Fathers Also Want To Have It All
in Parenting by Gayle Kaufman, Davidson College
Have you seen the T-shirt slogan: Dads don’t babysit (it’s called “parenting”)? This slogan calls out the gendered…
What Summertime Means For Black Children
What Summertime Means For Black Children
in Education by Keffrelyn Brown, University of Texas at Austin and Anthony L. Brown, University of Texas at Austin
The arrival of summer generates excitement. But it could also bring challenges for both parents and educators. Many…
Robert Reich's Big Idea for Hillary
Robert Reich's Big Idea for Hillary
in Reforms by Robert Reich
If Donald Trump continues to implode, Hillary Clinton will win simply by being the presidential candidate who isn’t…
Hitting the target. Hannah Garrison/wikimedia, CC BY-SA
Why Lyme Disease Is Such A Danger
in Diseases & Conditions by Hany Elsheikha, University of Nottingham
On any ranked list of nasty diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, ticks and fleas in the Western world, Borrelia…
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep: Preparing Your Subconscious Mind for Sleep by Wayne Dyer
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep: Prepare Your Subconscious for Sleep
in Career & Success by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
The last five minutes of your day before you enter into your sleep state are the most important of your day. In this…
InnerSelf Newsletter: June 26th, 2016
InnerSelf Newsletter: June 26th, 2016
in Newsletters by InnerSelf Staff
This week's articles are best summarized by a quote from Pam Younghans column: "As we expand our hearts, we discover…
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Horoscope Current Week: June 27 to July 3, 2016
in Horoscope by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Forgiveness and Everyday Compassion Are A Gift
Forgiveness and Everyday Compassion Are A Gift
in Forgiveness & Acceptance by Therèse Tappouni
It’s necessary to be conscious of the way we store events in the body and how they create layers of similar…
A Psychologist Explains Why Populism Is Popular
A Psychologist Explains Why Populism Is Popular
in Reforms by Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Bristol
This was once a referendum about whether or not the UK should remain in the EU. But not anymore. The referendum has…
Celebrate and Dance On Life
Celebrate and Dance On Life
in Life Changes by Barb Rogers
How do you feel when you encounter cheerful, happy people who laugh a lot and seem to find some good even in the worst…
Exercise May Be The Best Way To Prevent Dementia
Exercise May Be The Best Way To Prevent Dementia
in Fitness & Exercise by Jane Gardner, University of Melbourne
Regular exercise in middle age is the best lifestyle change a person can make to prevent cognitive decline in their…
How Neoliberalism's Moral Order Feeds Fraud And Corruption
How Neoliberalism's Moral Order Feeds Fraud And Corruption
in Reforms by Jörg Wiegratz, University of Leeds and David Whyte, University of Liverpool
Corporate fraud is not just present, but is widespread in many neoliberalised economies of both income-rich and…
Catholic Church Starts Small But Is Clearly Thinking Big On Fossil Fuel Divestment
Catholic Church Starts Small But Is Clearly Thinking Big On Fossil Fuel Divestment
in Climate Solutions by Neil Ormerod, Australian Catholic University
This week’s decision by four Australian Catholic orders to divest fully from fossil fuels can be interpreted as a…
A Compassionate Revolution: From Breakdown to Transformation
A Compassionate Revolution: From Breakdown to Transformation
in Trends by Sylvia Clute
It is time for a compassionate revolution. Many revolutions have passed in history, but all have been violent. Violence…
Will The New Chemical Regulation Bill Protect The Public?
Will The New Chemical Regulation Bill Protect The Public?
in Environment by Noah M. Sachs, University of Richmond
In a major overhaul of U.S. regulation of toxic chemicals, Congress last week passed the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical…
Why We Regain Weight After Drastic Dieting
Why We Regain Weight After Drastic Dieting
in Health & Wellness by Sergio Diez Alvarez, University of Newcastle
A few years ago I proudly lost almost 15% of my weight. However last week I stared with disbelief at my scale as I…
Why Nice Guys Do Finish First With Girls
Why Nice Guys Do Finish First With Girls
in Couples by Joseph Ciarrochi, Australian Catholic University
Making friends is tough for teenagers. Making friends with the opposite sex can be even tougher. Our research,…
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If Only Your Body Could Speak to Your Mind
in Diseases & Conditions by Ralph Nader
For thousands of years humans have defended themselves from harm by others. But many have proceeded to regularly harm…
Survival of the Kindest: The Key to Our Future
The Key to Our Future: Survival of the Kindest
in Hostilities by Tim Ryan
Darwin suggested that togetherness and cooperation, like the kind we saw initially on 9/11, is positively adaptive for…
Are We So Used To Corporate Deception That We Just Don't Care?
Are We So Used To Corporate Deception That We Just Don't Care?
in Attitude Adjustments by Timothy Froggett, Anglia Ruskin University
Back in the old days, plain old products became “brands” when shoppers trusted them to deliver superior performance.…
Why Physical Scientists Can’t Tackle Climate Alone?
Why Physical Scientists Can’t Tackle Climate Alone?
in Political by Laura Seaman, Stanford University
"Getting the social cost of carbon right is most pressing, given its importance to policy," says Charles Kolstad. "It's…
Why Stress Is More Likely To Cause Depression In Men
Why Stress Is More Likely To Cause Depression In Men
in Health & Wellness by Shervin Assari, University of Michigan
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more women are affected by depression than men. This pattern is seen…
What If Trade Agreements Helped People, Not Corporations?
What If Trade Agreements Helped People, Not Corporations?
in Economy by David Korten, YES! Magazine
Current trade agreements have been of, by, and for transnational corporations. Growing opposition gives us the…
Two Forms of Nature Medicine: Sunlight and Forest Bathing
Two Forms of Nature Medicine: Sunlight and Forest Bathing
in Healing Disciplines by Peter Bongiorno
In this modern age, we tend to run from the sun due to what I believe to be understandable but overblown concerns about…
Being My Father’s Son
Being My Father’s Son
in Parenting by Jim PathFinder Ewing
In the absence of a strong father figure, boys and young men pick up on the patriar­chy of society to mold them; they…
Writing Is Easier When You Stop Trying So Hard
Writing Is Easier When You Stop Trying So Hard
in Leisure & Creativity by Noelle Sterne, Ph.D.
If your project/plan/interaction is not running smoothly, if you're running into obstructions and trying too hard,…
Goal Setting: Making Dreams Come True
Goal Setting: Making Dreams Come True
in Parenting by Diane and Julia Loomans
The desire to make a dream come true has been a part of cultures throughout history. The ancient Peruvians drew their…
John Orlando Parry, ‘A London Street Scene’, 1835. © Alfred Dunhill Collection (Wikimedia Commons)
The Victorians Had The Same Concerns About Technology As We Do
in Science & Technology by Melissa Dickson, University of Oxford
We live, we are so often told, in an information age. It is an era obsessed with space, time and speed, in which social…
Real Security Is An Inside Job
Real Security Is An Inside Job: When Fear Knocks at Your Door
in Fear and Worry by Alan Cohen
We generally think of security as protecting our body and possessions from people who might violate them. Yet when we…
A Brief History Of Fossil-fuelled Climate Change Denial
A Brief History Of Fossil-fuelled Climate Change Denial
in Warming Evidence by John Cook, The University of Queensland
The fossil fuel industry has spent many millions of dollars on confusing the public about climate change. But the role…

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