Why Some People Find It So Hard To Manage Their Time When Working From Home
Why Some People Find It So Hard To Manage Their Time When Working From Home
in Career & Success by Sue Kegerreis, University of Essex
More people than ever now work from home for part or all of the week. Such flexibility can seem a good idea, but many…
Can You Be Hacked By The World Around You?
Can You Be Hacked By The World Around You?
in Science & Technology by Jeremy Straub, North Dakota State University
You’ve probably been told it’s dangerous to open unexpected attachment files in your email – just like you shouldn’t…
What's Behind The Increase In Breast Cancer Rates In China?
What's Behind The Increase In Breast Cancer Rates In China?
in Diseases & Conditions by Jin-Li Luo, University of Leicester
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in China, according to the latest data from China’s national cancer…
Is This The End Of The Road For Traditional Vehicles?
Is This The End Of The Road For Traditional Vehicles?
in Environmental Health by Matthew Watkins, Nottingham Trent University
New sales of petrol and diesel cars will be banned by 2040 in the UK; France. Sweden and Scotland by 2032; Norway by 2025.…
How Parents Can Conquer Guilt To Help Kids With Eating Disorders
How Parents Can Conquer Guilt To Help Kids With Eating Disorders
in Healing Diet by Adele Lafrance, Laurentian University
Lydia is seriously underweight and suffering from medical complications from an eating disorder. She is in hospital.…
Creative Dancing Changes Everything, Even Health and Lifestyle
Creative Dancing Changes Everything, Even Your Health and Lifestyle
in Leisure & Creativity by Johanna Leseho, Ph.D.
Although we tend to compartmentalize our lives — this is work, this is family, this is entertainment — it doesn’t…
The High-performance Vegan Athlete – New Research Shows It Is Possible
The High-performance Vegan Athlete – New Research Shows It Is Possible
in Fitness & Exercise by David Rogerson, Sheffield Hallam University
Veganism is a life choice that more people seem to be making. Still, despite its increase in popularity, when most…
How People Diagnosed With The Same Mental Illness Can Be Quite Different
How People Diagnosed With The Same Mental Illness Can Be Quite Different
in Diseases & Conditions by Tamsyn Van Rheenen, University of Melbourne
It’s commonly accepted that symptoms in psychiatric conditions like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia present…
Bypass the Subconscious and Negative Emotions and Remove Emotional Blockages with EFT Tapping?
Bypass the Subconscious and Remove Emotional Blockages with EFT Tapping
in Healing Disciplines by Sophie Merle
Our physical sufferings often have their own stories to tell. The mind and the body form an intimately integrated whole…
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How Gender And Stereotypes Can Shape Our Relationship With Dogs
in Pets & You by Paul McGreevy, University of Sydney and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey, University of Wollongong
The relationship between people and their dogs can be a lasting and loving bond if the match is right. But when…
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Friendly Competition Motivates Men To Get Healthy On The Job
in Health & Wellness by Joan L. Bottorff, and Cherisse Seaton, University of British Columbia
Workplace wellness programs are typically designed for office settings. These programs have many components that…
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How U.S. Chemical Warfare In Vietnam Unleashed A Slow-moving Disaster
in Environmental Health by Jason von Meding, University of Newcastle
In the end, the military campaign was called Operation Ranch Hand, but it originally went by a more appropriately…
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The Ancient Clock That Rules Our Lives And Health
in Health & Wellness by Russell Foster, University of Oxford
Our lives are ruled by time; we use time to tell us what to do. But the alarm clock that wakes us in the morning or the…
From the Mundane to the "Experiencing Love" Bucket List
From the Mundane to the "Quality of Being" Bucket List
in Career & Success by Joseph Gallenberger, Ph.D.
For things that are important to you, the motivation to succeed is high. Often the universe cooperates with you…
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3 Ways Electric Vehicles Will Change Our World
in Science & Technology by Hussein Dia, Swinburne University of Technology
China, the world’s largest car market, is working on a timetable to stop the production and sale of vehicles powered by…
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Why Dissociative Identity Disorder Is The Result Of Childhood Trauma
in Diseases & Conditions by Michael Salter, Western Sydney University; Martin Dorahy, and Warwick Middleton, The University of Queensland
Once known as multiple personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder remains one of the most intriguing but…
How to Prioritize Fueled Solely By What We Truly Love
How to Prioritize Fueled Solely By What We Truly Love
in Career & Success by Marney K. Makridakis
I find that when I’m rushing around and can feel myself in a busy fit, sometimes I just stop, put my hand on my heart,…
How To Organize Your Bedroom Into An Oasis of Serenity and Simplicity
How To Organize Your Bedroom Into An Oasis of Serenity and Simplicity
in Feng Shui by Bailey Gaddis
Your bedroom should be a sanctuary of simplicity, offering an empty space for you to pour out the struggles of your day…
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Should You Replace Sugar With Artificial Sweeteners?
in Food & Nutrition by Sarah McNaughton, Deakin University
We know we are consuming too much sugar. The latest results from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show 52% of the…
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Latest Research Shows Surgery For Early Stage Prostate Cancer Doesn't Save Lives
in Diseases & Conditions by Ian Haines, Monash University
From the 1980s, when prostate screening became available, many men over 40 were diagnosed with early stage prostate…
How Air Pollution Cuts Years Off Life Expectancy
How Air Pollution Cuts Years Off Life Expectancy
in Environmental Health by University Of Chicago
People in northern China have a reduced life expectancy when compared with people living in the south due to higher…
Will Binge-watching TV Increase Your Risk For Alzheimer's And Diabetes?
Will Binge-watching TV Increase Your Risk For Alzheimer's And Diabetes?
in Diseases & Conditions by Josephine Chau and Melody Ding, University of Sydney
A recent study published in the journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise was reported in many media outlets…
Here’s How Your Brain Realizes You’re Full
Here’s How Your Brain Realizes You’re Full
in Healing Diet by Luke Walton- University Of Warwick
Researchers have discovered brain cells that control our appetite. This major discovery opens up new possibilities for…
Why Some Onions Make Us Cry And Some Don't
Why Some Onions Make Us Cry And Some Don't
in Herbs & Supplements by Duane Mellor, Coventry University
Why do onions actually make us cry? And why do only some onions make us blub in this way when others, including related…
Why The FCC's Proposed Internet Rules May Spell Trouble Ahead
Why The FCC's Proposed Internet Rules May Spell Trouble Ahead
in Science & Technology by David Choffnes, Northeastern University
As the Federal Communications Commission takes up the issue of whether to reverse the Obama-era Open Internet Order, a…
The Real Reason Some People Become Addicted To Drugs
The Real Reason Some People Become Addicted To Drugs
in Diseases & Conditions by Patrick Sison/AP Mike Robinson, Wesleyan University
Why do they do it? This is a question that friends and families often ask of those who are addicted. It’s difficult to…
Why Some People Love Animals And Others Couldn't Care Less
Why Some People Love Animals And Others Couldn't Care Less
in Pets & You by John Bradshaw, University of Bristol
The recent popularity of “designer” dogs, cats, micro-pigs and other pets may seem to suggest that pet keeping is no…
Do We Have To Really Clean Out Our Pores?
Do We Have To Really Clean Out Our Pores?
in Diseases & Conditions by Michael Freeman
Many of us would have seen, if not tried, various products claiming to clean the dirt out of our pores. From scrubs to…
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Brewing A Great Cup Of Coffee Depends On Chemistry And Physics
in Food & Nutrition by Christopher H. Hendon, University of Oregon
Coffee is unique among artisanal beverages in that the brewer plays a significant role in its quality at the point of…
Why Your Kids Might Be Able To See Better If They Play Outdoors
Why Your Kids Might Be Able To See Better If They Play Outdoors
in Diseases & Conditions by Karla Zadnik and Don Mutti, The Ohio State University
The ready availability of technology may make the children of today faster at configuring a new smartphone, but does…
5 Ways Ancient India Changed The World With Math
5 Ways Ancient India Changed The World With Math
in Science & Technology by Christian Yates, University of Bath
It should come as no surprise that the first recorded use of the number zero, recently discovered to be made as early…
Subtle Psychological Ways Color Affects Us
Subtle Psychological Ways Color Affects Us
in Feng Shui by Geoff Beattie, Edge Hill University
A great deal has been written over the years about the effects of color on human psychology, and this has been carried…
Obesity Is About Much More Than An Unhealthy Lifestyle
Obesity Is About Much More Than An Unhealthy Lifestyle
in Diseases & Conditions by Stuart W. Flint, Leeds Beckett University and James Nobles, Leeds Beckett University
Despite an abundance of evidence illustrating that weight gain is caused by a complex cocktail of factors, obesity is…
3 Reasons Why We Are Addicted To Smartphones
3 Reasons Why We Are Addicted To Smartphones
in Science & Technology by Jaco J. Hamman, Vanderbilt University
Apple recently announced the launch of its iPhone 8 and iPhone X, which come with sleek, new features. Apple also hopes…
Is Freelancing The Future Of Employment?
Is Freelancing The Future Of Employment?
in Career & Success by Anthony Hussenot, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis
Today, freelancers represent 35% of the United States workforce. In the European Union, the rate is 16.1%. Both figures…
Standing Too Much At Work Can Double Your Risk Of Heart Disease
Standing Too Much At Work Can Double Your Risk Of Heart Disease
in Fitness & Exercise by Peter Smith, University of Toronto
There’s been a lot of interest in the harmful effects of prolonged sitting at work, from academics and the public alike.
Exercise May Give You More Control Of Your Impulses
Exercise May Give You More Control Of Your Impulses
in Fitness & Exercise by Brendan Lynch, University Of Kansas
Physical exercise may help people exert more control over impulsivity, a new, small study suggests. “There’s a lot of…
Belief In Success Predicts How Kids Do In Math And Reading
Belief In Success Predicts How Kids Do In Math And Reading
in Science & Technology by Jared Wadley-University of Michigan
When kids believe they can achieve success in math and reading, they are more likely to achieve high test scores in…
What You Need To Know About Subway Air Quality
What You Need To Know About Subway Air Quality
in Environmental Health by Fulvio Amato and Teresa Moreno, Spanish Scientific Research Council CSIC
Subways are vital for commuting in crowded cities, something that will become more and more important over time –…
Digital Life Stories Spark Joy In People With Dementia
Digital Life Stories Spark Joy In People With Dementia
in Diseases & Conditions by Elly Park, University of Alberta
I was sitting on the sofa across from Christine in her home. She offered me a cup of coffee. Each time I visited, she…
Artificial Intelligence Won't Replace A Doctor, But It Can Help With Diagnosis
Artificial Intelligence Won't Replace A Doctor, But It Can Help With Diagnosis
in Science & Technology by Luke Oakden-Rayner, University of Adelaide
In the next few years, you will probably have your first interaction with a medical artificial intelligence (AI) system.
How Winnie The Pooh Teaches Us The Importance Of Play
How Winnie The Pooh Teaches Us The Importance Of Play
in Leisure & Creativity by Eleanor Byrne, Manchester Metropolitan University
He is famous for his love of honey, and being a bear of “little brain”. So Winnie the Pooh might be a little surprised…
How Does Hedonism Affect Your Health?
How Does Hedonism Affect Your Health?
in Leisure & Creativity by Desirée Kozlowski, Southern Cross University
I think I might be a hedonist. Are you imagining me snorting cocaine through $100 notes, a glass of champagne in one…
The Healing Power of the Placebo Effect: Is It Real?
The Healing Power of the Placebo Effect
in Healing Disciplines by Philip Comella
Placebos have been found, at times, to work nearly as effectively as materialistic treatments. One series of studies…