True Happiness Depends On Never Compromising These Three Things
True Happiness Depends On Never Compromising These Three Things
by AJ Earley
The path to true happiness is not a singular paved road. Sometimes you’ll circle back to the same spot several times…
New Research Suggests Soy Protein Could Ease Irritable Bowel Diseases?
New Research Suggests Soy Protein Could Ease Irritable Bowel Diseases?
by Jeff Mulhollem, Penn State
Eating a diet that includes foods containing soy protein may work to alleviate some symptoms of inflammatory bowl…
Does Custom Political News Hurt Democracy?
Does Custom Political News Hurt Democracy?
by Bert Gambini, University at Buffalo
Customizing political news online to filter out what doesn’t align with your beliefs may have real-world negative…
Deflating the Ego And Embracing Self-Esteem and Responsibility
Deflating the Ego And Embracing Self-Esteem and Responsibility
by Doug Thorburn
There is a vast difference between ego and self-esteem, although the observer can easily confuse them. Ego is egotism,…
Deadly Heat Stress Could Threaten Hundreds Of Millions Even If Climate Targets Reached
Deadly Heat Stress Could Threaten Hundreds Of Millions Even If Climate Targets Reached
by Tom Matthews, Liverpool John Moores University
Deadly heat stress is projected to affect hundreds of millions more people each year under relatively little additional…
The Science Of Laughter – And Why It Also Has A Dark Side
The Science Of Laughter – And Why It Also Has A Dark Side
by Lynne A Barker, Sheffield Hallam University
When you hear someone laugh behind you, you probably picture them on the phone or with a friend – smiling and…
2016 Is The Year Coal Collapsed For Britain's Electricity Generation
2016 Is The Year Coal Collapsed For Britain's Electricity Generation
by Grant Wilson, University of Sheffield and Iain Staffell, Imperial College London
Socially and politically, 2016 was a momentous year for Britain. It was also a record breaking year for energy and the…
Meet The Women Behind Famous Male Writers
Meet The Women Behind Famous Male Writers
by Camilla Nelson, University of Notre Dame Australia
It started when an American academic noticed how frequently the acknowledgements sections of weighty academic tomes…
5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Workday
5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Workday
by Mary Barrett, University of Wollongong
Getting a lot done each day is about more than just having the right productivity tools and setup. It’s about taking…
The Changing Nature Of Sacred Spaces
The Changing Nature Of Sacred Spaces
by Wendy Cage, Brandeis University
Congregational membership in the United States is slowly declining. Data from the General Social Survey show that 17…
Who Really Chooses What You Eat – You Or Do Your Gut Microbes?
Who Really Chooses What You Eat – You Or Do Your Gut Microbes?
by Tim Spector, King's College London
Most of us believe in free will, particularly when it comes to our eating habits. That’s why most people don’t regard…
The Extraordinary Return Of Sea Otters To Glacier Bay Alaska
The Extraordinary Return Of Sea Otters To Glacier Bay Alaska
by Perry Williams and Mevin Hooten, Colorado State University
Human beings have a long history of persecuting apex predators such as wolves, tigers and leopards. The loss of these…
Upending The Myth Of The Super Successful College Dropout
Upending The Myth Of The Super Successful College Dropout
by Jonathan Wai, Duke University and Heiner Rindermann, Chemnitz University of Technology
When Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was asked to give this year’s commencement address at Harvard, he asked for…
How To Know If Climate Change Caused The Weather
How To Know If Climate Change Caused The Weather
by Ker Than, Stanford University
After an unusually intense heat wave, downpour, or drought, Noah Diffenbaugh and his research group inevitably get…
Acquiring The Valuable Experience And Skills In The Course Of Our Lives
Acquiring The Valuable Experience And Skills In The Course Of Our Lives
by Peter & Penny Fenner
As our Western lifestyles have become increasingly complex, there has been an exponential growth of interest in…
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Finding the Path to Peace: Five Short Steps on the Path
by Jane Katra, Ph.D. & Russell Targ
Each of the major religions has the same goal: to provide us with a way to know and experience God. The only difference…
Special Glasses Demonstrate The Possible Eye Damage From Diabetes To Patients
Special Glasses Demonstrate The Possible Eye Damage From Diabetes To Patients
by Mike Williams, Rice University
A set of snap-together glasses will help doctors demonstrate the effects of diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease that…
Is It A Good Thing More People Than Ever Before Are Single
Is It A Good Thing More People Than Ever Before Are Single
by Bella DePaulo, University of California, Santa Barbara
Today, the number of single adults in the U.S. – and many other nations around the world – is unprecedented.
tumeric 4 25Can Turmeric Really Shrink Tumors, Reduce Pain And Kill Bacteria?
Can Turmeric Really Shrink Tumors, Reduce Pain And Kill Bacteria?
by Gunveen Kaur, Deakin University
Turmeric is a yellow coloured spice widely used in Indian and South East Asian cuisine. It’s prepared from the root of…
The Fate Of Europe Will Depend On The Winner Of The French Presidential Election
The Fate Of Europe Will Depend On The Winner Of The French Presidential Election
by Richard Maher, European University Institute
The results of one of the most divisive and unpredictable presidential contests in recent French history, which saw…
How You Can Negotiate Love
How You Can Negotiate Love
by Riki Robbins Jones, Ph.D.
If you're in a relationship and are ready to deal with your conflicts, don't be afraid. You and your partner have the…
Fixing Methane Leaks Wouldn’t Cost That Much

Fixing Methane Leaks Wouldn’t Cost That Much

Danielle Torrent Tucker, Stanford University
Why It's Time For The Mormon Church To Revisit Its Diverse Past
Can A Community Be Built On Diversity? The Mormon Church Provides Its Answer
by Benjamin Park, Sam Houston State University
In an era where traditional church attendance has declined and the fastest-growing religious affiliation in America is…
Why Kids Struggle To Safely Cross Busy Streets
Why Kids Struggle To Safely Cross Busy Streets
by Richard Lewis, University of Iowa
Children under a certain age don’t have the perceptual judgment and motor skills to cross a busy road consistently…
Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?
Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?
by Gail McMeekin
Too much of either positive or negative stress can result in stress overload, commonly known as "burnout." Burnout…
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Research Shows Our Addiction To Safety Could Lead To Another Financial Crisis
by Hammad Siddiqi, The University of Queensland
Research shows that the human brain is biased in favour of making safe choices. This is part of the drive behind…
Do We Need To Think About Redefining Citizenship?
Do We Need To Think About Redefining Citizenship?
by Sam Solnick, University of Liverpool
The hottest year on record was 2016. It was also the year scientists advised that Earth’s citizens were now living in…
Lost Letters From Susan B Anthony Found In Old Barn Are Changing Our View Of The Women’s Suffrage
Susan B Anthony Letters Found In Old Barn Are Changing Our View Of Women’s Suffrage
by Sandra Knispel, University of Rochester
Lost letters found in an old wooden crate inside a Connecticut barn are changing our view of the women’s suffrage…
The First 100 Days and the Degradation of the Presidency
The First 100 Days and the Degradation of the Presidency
by Robert Reich
Trump’s failure to accomplish little or any of his agenda during his first 100 days shouldn’t blind us to the vast harm…
These Gut Microbes May Protect Babies From Infections

These Gut Microbes May Protect Babies From Infections

Kara Gavin, University of Michigan
Is The American Dream On Life Support?
Is The American Dream On Life Support?
by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams
'Declines in absolute mobility have been a systematic, widespread phenomenon throughout the United States since 1940,'…
How To Boost Cybersecurity Without Breaking The Bank
How To Boost Cybersecurity Without Breaking The Bank
by Scott Shackelford, Indiana University
Large-scale cyberattacks with eye-watering statistics, like the breach of a billion Yahoo accounts in 2016, grab most…
Research Shows To Treat Hearing Loss, Listen To A Familiar Voice
Research Shows To Treat Hearing Loss, Listen To A Familiar Voice
by Julia Evangelou Strait, Washington University in St. Louis
As people with hearing loss work to improve their speech recognition, a familiar voice may work better than a generic…
Comfort Eating Is Triggered By Nurture, Not Nature
Comfort Eating Is Triggered By Nurture, Not Nature
by Moritz Herle, UCL; et al
The portrayal of a heartbroken woman devouring a tub of ice cream under a duvet is a well-established television cliché…
What Should Be Considered Before Axing Meals On Wheels Funds
What Should Be Considered Before Axing Meals On Wheels Funds
by David Campbell and Kristina Lambright, Binghamton University
To justify President Donald Trump’s aim to spend less on social services, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick…
How To Gain Inner Strength and Empowerment
How To Gain Inner Strength and Empowerment
by Susan Shumsky, DD
Many people are weakened by the influences of others. Negative messages from parents, teachers, clergy, peers, the…
Why Leaders Lying Is Just Pandering To Their Followers
Why Leaders Lying Is Just Pandering To Their Followers
by Zahira Jaser, City, University of London
We have been told we now live in a post-truth era. The author and academic Ralph Keyes has described it as a time when…
Just One Change Can Make The Entire Food Web Unstable
Just One Change Can Make The Entire Food Web Unstable
by Andrea Elyse Messer, Penn State
Seeing how a new crop or missing animal affects the food web of the Ancestral Puebloan southwestern United States could…
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…
InnerSelf Newsletter: April 23rd, 2017
InnerSelf Newsletter: April 23rd, 2017
by InnerSelf Staff
This week we reflect on the past and discover how it has led us into our future. However, our day-to-day actions affect…
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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
by David Orenstein, Brown University
Mindfulness courses have less effect on the attitudes and emotions of men than on those of women, new research suggests.
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…
Do Drugs Like Remifemin Ease Hot Flushes And Night Sweats In Menopausal Women?
Do Drugs Like Remifemin Ease Hot Flushes And Night Sweats In Menopausal Women?
by Carolyn Ee, University of Melbourne
If you see a female friend or colleague sitting in front of a desk fan in winter while everyone else is shivering in…
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…

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