How Female Entrepreneurs Feel Pressure To Act Feminine Online
How Female Entrepreneurs Feel Pressure To Act Feminine Online
by Susan Kelley, Cornell University
Female entrepreneurs report feeling pressure to conduct business online in a traditionally feminine way, a new study…
5 Old-Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather
5 Old-Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather
by Lydia Cain, YES! Magazine
In an age where the weather app is a tap away, we don’t need to look far for a forecast. But what if you don’t have…
Researchers Develop Measures To Capture Moral Judgments And Empathy
Researchers Develop Measures To Capture Moral Judgments And Empathy
by Daryl Cameron, Pennsylvania State University
Imagine picking up the morning newspaper and feeling moral outrage at the latest action taken by the opposing political…
Why Consumers Need Help To Shift To Sustainable Diets
Why Consumers Need Help To Shift To Sustainable Diets
by Tim Lang, City, University of London
Consumers are in an unprecedented dilemma over food. On the one hand, they have never had it so good
How The US Immigration Court System Is Broken?
How The US Immigration Court System Is Broken?
by Lindsay M. Harris, University of the District of Columbia
In the U.S. today, a single immigration case takes an average of 677 days simply to get to the initial scheduling…
Choices You Can Make To Be More Eco-Friendly?
Choices You Can Make To Be More Eco-Friendly?
by Deborah Niemann
Many people think that making the green choice is more expensive. Although this can be true, it doesn't have to be. Are…
Is Your Life Filled with Drama?
Is Your Life Filled with Drama? Are You Giving Away Your Power?
by Marcus T. Anthony, Ph.D.
Dramas are the unconscious, personal, and emotional conflicts that we create with others, or with life situations. Many…
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Horoscope Current Week: April 24 to 30, 2017
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
The Fisherman and the Business Man
The Fisherman and the Business Man
by Paulo Coelho
There was once a businessman who was sitting by the beach in a small Brazilian village. As he sat, he saw a Brazilian…
Rambling Past Amazon, Walmart, IBM and Ayn Rand
Innovation In The Age Of Amazon, Walmart, IBM and Ayn Rand
by Robert Jennings, InnerSelf.com
When comparing notes with a neighbor I stated we are ordering more and more from Amazon. She on the other hand ordered…
How To Practice Spiritual Surrender and Integration of Your Purpose In Every Moment
How To Practice Spiritual Surrender and Integrate Your Purpose In Every Moment
by Vishnu Swami
Spiritual wisdom is not simply meant to be philosophy, some ambiguous jargon, or blank promises. It is meant to be…
New Study Shows A Quick Round Of Steroids May Bring Big Health Risks
New Study Shows A Quick Round Of Steroids May Bring Big Health Risks
by University of Michigan
Every year, millions of Americans get short-term prescriptions for steroids, such as prednisone, often for back pain,…
Why Terms Like Shred, Burn And Melt Belong In The Kitchen, Not The Gym
Why Terms Like Shred, Burn And Melt Belong In The Kitchen, Not The Gym
by Naroa Etxebarria, University of Canberra
Celebrity trainers and buff social media stars use terms such as “shred”, “burn” and “melt” to describe bodies…
Aflatoxin Is A Cancer Causing Mold That Turns Up Also In Sunflower Seeds
Aflatoxin Is A Cancer-Causing Mold That Turns Up In Corn, Peanut, and Sunflower Products
by Layne Cameron, Michigan State University
Sunflower seeds and products made from them are often contaminated with a toxin produced by molds, report researchers.…
Why Mindfulness May Not Work As Well For Men

Why Mindfulness May Not Work As Well For Men

David Orenstein, Brown University
Your City Could Be The One Exporting Deadly Air Pollution
Your City Could Be The One Exporting Deadly Air Pollution
by Gary Haq, University of York
Air pollution is often seen as a local problem requiring local and regional solutions. Karachi, London, Lagos, Mexico…
New Research Suggests That Sugar Is Making Your Brain Age Faster?
New Research Suggests That Sugar Is Making Your Brain Age Faster?
by Barbara Moran, Boston University
New research suggests that excess sugar—especially the fructose in sugary drinks—might damage your brain.
How To Trust Time & Learn the Joy of Divine Timing
How To Trust Time & Learn the Joy of Divine Timing
by Marney K. Makridakis
We have all had experiences of wanting something to happen and being devastated when it didn’t, only to realize later…
How My Tree-Planting Mother Turned Her Vision Into Reality
How My Tree-Planting Mother Turned Her Vision Into Reality
by Nora Caron
When I was ten years old and attending an elementary school called Mountainview School, my mother decided to have a…
Also Need To Reduce The Amount Of Carbon In The Atmosphere
Why We Also Need To Reduce The Amount Of Carbon In The Atmosphere
by Eelco Rohling, Australian National University
Getting climate change under control is a formidable, multifaceted challenge. Analysis by my colleagues and me suggests…
Why I Wouldn't Change My Life After An Emotionally Abusive Childhood
Why I Wouldn't Change My Life After An Emotionally Abusive Childhood
by Erin Nichole Johnson
I’ve spent my life hiding my scars. I cope so well that no one, not even my husband knew the extent of what I deal with…
How Innovation Can Fight Off Inequality
How Innovation Can Fight Off Inequality
by Jaideep Prabhu, Cambridge Judge Business School
Inequality is the defining social, political and economic phenomenon of our time. Just 1% of the world’s population now…
Research Suggests Aggression Linked To Media Violence Is The Same In 7 Cultures
Research Suggests Aggression Linked To Media Violence Is The Same In 7 Cultures
by Angie Hunt, Iowa State University
Six decades of research suggest the effect of media violence on aggressive behavior is the same across different…
What Netflix Can Teach Us About Treating Cancer
What Netflix Can Teach Us About Treating Cancer
by Elana Fertig, Johns Hopkins University
Two years ago, former President Barack Obama announced the Precision Medicine initiative in his State of the Union…
How To Hypnotize Yourself a New Life
How To Hypnotize Yourself a New Life
by Richard Bach
"I know how it works. I can change whatever seems to be whenever I want to change it. What shall I change, what…
Rediscovering What Causes You Joy
It's Easy To Rediscover What Causes You Joy
by Mary Anne Radmacher
I knew the joys were there but I'd opted out of readily seeing them. For a period of six months every time I was aware…
Relationships Offer Opportunities To Re-discover And Share Love
Why Romantic Relationships Offer Opportunities To Re-discover And Share Love
by Bruce D. Schneider, Ph.D.
You may be attracted to someone when you first meet but it may be on a physical level mostly. When the excitement of…
While Canada Embraces Net Neutrality, The US Is Set Gut
While Canada Embraces Net Neutrality, The US Is Set To Gut
by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams
Ruling against 'zero-rating' prevents 'Big Telecom from exploiting data caps to pick and choose winners and losers…
Why Children Should Be Involved In Healthcare Decisions
Why Children Should Be Involved In Healthcare Decisions
by Imelda Coyne, Trinity College Dublin
Few people would disagree that children have a right to participate in matters that affect them.
We Are Starting To Uncover Its Scientific Basis Hypnosis

We Are Starting To Uncover The Scientific Basis For Hypnosis

Devin Terhune, Goldsmiths, University of London and Steven Jay Lynn, Binghamton University
Why Are We Dragging Our Feet With Health Care Automation?
Why Are We Dragging Our Feet With Health Care Automation?
by Thomas Hooven, Columbia University Medical Center
As a neonatologist, I worry about patients with pulmonary hypertension. This unforgiving disease, sometimes seen after…
How to Let Go of Fear and Transform It Into Peace
How to Let Go of Fear and Transform It Into Peace
by Aeeshah Ababio-Clottey and Kokomon Clottey
We can deal with blatant discrimination through legal channels and receive some corrective action, but these kinds of…
How Will We Protect Nuclear Safety In This Anti-regulatory Climate?
How Will We Protect Nuclear Safety In This Anti-regulatory Climate?
by William J. Kinsella, North Carolina State University
The Trump administration and congressional Republicans have undertaken a wide-ranging effort to shrink the federal…
How The People Made America Great And Can Do So Again
How The People Made America Great And Can Do So Again
by Marina v. N. Whitman, University of Michigan
All Americans are lucky to live in a country brimming with public resources that everyone can share.
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The Innovating, Creative Superpowers of ADHD
by Crystal Ponti, YES! Magazine
It is so common for self-employed people to have ADHD, the disorder could be renamed “the entrepreneur’s trait.”
Getting Real and “Loving Smart”
Why Is It Important To Get Real and “Love Smart”?
by Ken Druck, Ph.D.
It’s up to you to take smart risks with love. You don’t want to put your heart in the care of anybody who’s going to…
To Eat Healthy, Save Money And Fight Climate Change, Try One Of These Diets?
To Eat Healthy, Save Money And Fight Climate Change, Try One Of These Diets?
by Julie Cohen, University of California, Santa Barbara
Healthier people mean not only less disease but also reduced greenhouse gas emissions from health care. Changing your…
Twenty Years From Now . . .?

Twenty Years From Now . . .?

Barbara Jaffe, Ed.D.
How Climate Predictions And Climate Reality Is Starting To Converge
How Climate Predictions And Climate Reality Is Starting To Converge
by Hannah Hickey, University of Washington
Scientists studying climate change have long debated exactly how much hotter Earth will become given certain amounts of…
This Compound In Aged Cheese Might Spare Our Livers?
This Compound In Aged Cheese Might Spare Our Livers?
by Christina Sumners, Texas A&M University
Spermidine—a compound in foods like aged cheese, mushrooms, soy products, legumes, corn, and whole grains—may prevent…
How Journal Writing Is A Way To Discover The Answers To Your Questions
How Journal Writing Is A Way To Discover The Answers To Your Questions
by Carlos Warter, M.D., Ph.D.
Writing in a journal is a way to discover the answers to your questions, to express yourself creatively, to find the…
Here’s How to Protect Your Privacy From Your Internet Service Provider
Here’s How to Protect Your Privacy From Your Internet Service Provider
by Amul Kalia, Electronic Frontier Foundation
We pay our monthly Internet bill to be able to access the Internet. We don’t pay it to give our Internet service…
New Study Suggests Health Benefits Of Cycling To Work Are Staggering
New Study Suggests Health Benefits Of Cycling To Work Are Staggering
by Jason Gill and Carlos Celis-Morales, University of Glasgow
Research has consistently shown that people who are less physically active are both more likely to develop health…
4 Reasons Why The Plan To Strip The IRS Is Incredibly Dumb
4 Reasons Why The Plan To Strip The IRS Is Incredibly Dumb
by InnerSelf Staff
Donald Trump is proposing a 14.1 percent cut in the I.R.S.’s budget next year. This is incredibly dumb, for four…
Intimate Relationships: Settle for Nothing Less Than Complete Honesty and Transparency
Intimate Relationships: Settle for Nothing Less Than Complete Honesty and Transparency
by Isha Judd
We all lie. How contradictory it is: we are taught as children that we must always tell the truth, that we shouldn’t…
Congestion Taxes On Downtown Driving Cuts Kids’ Asthma Attacks
Congestion Taxes On Downtown Driving Cuts Kids’ Asthma Attacks
by Patrick Ercolano, Johns Hopkins University
A “congestion tax” that discourages downtown driving not only cuts traffic and pollution, but also sharply reduces…
Providing Sustainable Energy Worldwide Isn’t Just About Gadgets And Dollars
Providing Sustainable Energy Worldwide Isn’t Just About Gadgets And Dollars
by David Ockwell and Rob Byrne, University of Sussex
Around the world, 1.1 billion people have no electricity and 2.9 billion can’t cook with “clean” energy. The…
On The Train To Find The Son I Lost
On The Train To Find The Son I Lost
by Matthew McKay, PhD.
We are on our way to Chicago to meet a man who has found a way for the living and the dead to talk. He knows how to…
Is It Possible To Fit in Time to Meditate Around Family?
Is It Possible To Fit in Time to Meditate Around Family?
by Nigel Wellings
For many of us, family competes for our meditation time. This is perhaps one of our greatest struggles: how can we find…
Who Feels The Pain Of Science Research Budget Cuts?
Who Feels The Pain Of Science Research Budget Cuts?
by Bruce Weinberg, The Ohio State University
Science funding is intended to support the production of new knowledge and ideas that develop new technologies, improve…
Why Can't Cats Resist Thinking Inside The Box?
Why Can't Cats Resist Thinking Inside The Box?
by Nicholas Dodman, Tufts University
Twitter’s been on fire with people amazed by cats that seem compelled to park themselves in squares of tape marked out…
Why We Are Wired To Produce False Memories
Why We Are Wired To Produce False Memories
by Lauren Knott, City, University of London
How much do you trust your memories? Do you consider the events and perspectives you remember as gospel truth, or as…
Will Budget Cuts Inspire More DIY Foreign Aid?
Will Budget Cuts Inspire More DIY Foreign Aid?
by Susan Appe, Binghamton University, State University of New York
Running on a shoestring budget, Future in Our Hands-USA helps people living almost 7,500 miles away in Kisumu, Kenya,…
Why We Should Be Using Carbon Capture For Other Industries Than Clean Coal
Why We Should Be Using Carbon Capture For Other Industries Than Clean Coal
by Alfonso Martínez Arranz, Monash University
Since the February blackouts in South Australia, the Australian government has increased its interest in carbon dioxide…
How Fault-Finding and Judging Others Is A Missed Opportunity
How Fault-Finding and Judging Others Is A Missed Opportunity
by Thubten Chodron
In order to stop pointing out others' faults, we have to work on our underlying mental habit of judging others. Even if…
The Pros And Cons Of Binge Watching TV
Pros And Cons Of Binge Watching TV
by Elizabeth Cohen, West Virginia University
And I’ve learned that even though watching TV gets a bad rap as the “junk food” of media diets, it can be good for you…
Who Are The Coptic Christians?
Who Are The Coptic Christians?
by Paul Rowe, Trinity Western University
On Palm Sunday, April 9, the Islamic State targeted two Coptic churches in coordinated bombings in the Egyptian cities…
How To Get The Most Out Of Drinking Tea
How To Get The Most Out Of Drinking Tea
by Emma Beckett and Quan V Vuong, University of Newcastle
Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Tea is personal; everyone has opinions about making the perfect…
You Can't Rely On Fish Oil Supplements In Pregnancy To Make Your Children Smarter
You Can't Rely On Fish Oil Supplements In Pregnancy To Make Your Children Smarter
by Jacqueline Gould, and Maria Makrides, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute
Fish oil supplements that contain DHA (the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid) are marketed to pregnant women as a…
Thatcher, Reagan And Robin Hood: A History Of Modern Wealth Inequality
Thatcher, Reagan And Robin Hood: A History Of Modern Wealth Inequality
by Andrew Newell, University of Sussex
Persistently high rates of income or wealth inequality are bad for social cohesion, political inclusion and crime. The…
Why Addressing Loneliness In Children Can Prevent A Lifetime Of Loneliness In Adults
Why Addressing Loneliness In Children Can Prevent A Lifetime Of Loneliness In Adults
by Elizabeth Tillinghast, Columbia University Medical Center
The Republicans’ controversial effort to repeal the perhaps optimistically named Affordable Care Act because of rising…
Why You May Be Paying More Income Tax Than You Should
Why You May Be Paying More Income Tax Than You Should
by Youssef Benzarti, University of California, Los Angeles
Springtime brings many things, from proverbial showers to birds chirping and warmer weather.
How To Break Out of Our Patterns of Cynicism
Why We Become Cynical and How We Can Get Out Of It
by William Fergus Martin
One of the biggest traps in life is cynicism. Cynicism is not the same as questioning, doubting or being skeptical. If…
Why Our Eyes Give Away What We’re Feeling Inside
Why Our Eyes Give Away What We’re Feeling Inside
by Stephen D’Angelo, Cornell University
Why are our eyes so expressive? It started as a universal reaction to environmental stimuli, new research suggests, and…
Why Americans Have Chosen To Pay Income Tax
Why Americans Have Chosen To Pay Income Tax
by Matthew C Weinzierl, Harvard Business School
We can be forgiven, especially this time of year, for questioning a decision our predecessors made just over a century…
Make our soil great again
Why Restoring Soil Fertility Is One Of Humanity’s Best Options For Making Progress On Climate Change
by David R. Montgomery, Professor of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington
Most of us don’t think much about soil, let alone its health. But as Earth Day approaches, it’s time to recommend some…
How 30 Opioid Pills For Surgery Turn Into A Habit
How 30 Opioid Pills For Surgery Turn Into A Habit
by University of Michigan
A small number of people—about 6 percent—who had not been taking opioids before an operation, but got them to ease…
This 19th-century Fake News Reporter Teaches Us Why We Fall For It Today
This 19th-century Fake News Reporter Teaches Us Why We Fall For It Today
by Petra S. McGillen, Dartmouth College
Donald Trump appears to have a straightforward definition of fake news: Stories that are critical of him or his…

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