How To Make The Work Experience More Menopause Friendly
How To Make The Work Experience More Menopause Friendly
by Kathleen Riach and Gavin Jack
For many, menopause conjures up feelings of embarrassment, hot flashes, mood swings and sleep disturbance. It doesn’t…
When The Line Between Machine And Artist Becomes Blurred
When The Line Between Machine And Artist Becomes Blurred
by Ahmed Elgamma
With AI becoming incorporated into more aspects of our daily lives, from writing to driving, it’s only natural that…
How To Use Cannabis To Tackle The Opioid Crisis
How To Use Cannabis To Tackle The Opioid Crisis
by Stephanie Lake and M-J Milloy
The legalization of cannabis for adult use in Canada is one of the biggest national public policy shifts that many of…
Accidental Crops Are A Nutritious, Environmentally Friendly And Free Source Of Food
Accidental Crops Are A Nutritious, Environmentally Friendly And Free Source Of Food
by Natalie Parletta
Edible wild greens could help improve food security, boost public health and make communities more resilient to…
Creativity Is A Human Quality That Exists In Every Single One Of Us
Creativity Is A Human Quality That Exists In Every Single One Of Us
by Lucy M Davies and Lynn Newton
When you think about creativity, it might be highly creative people like Mozart, Da Vinci or Einstein who spring to…
Is Exercise Still Important To Weight Loss?
Is Exercise Still Important To Weight Loss?
by David Prologo
“Exercise isn’t really important for weight loss” has become a popular sentiment in the weight loss community. “It’s…
There Are Many Types Of Obesity, So Which One Matters To Your Health?
There Are Many Types Of Obesity, So Which One Matters To Your Health?
by Evans Love Amalio Telenti
Our society seems to have accepted that gaining weight is an inevitable consequence of growing up in a place with easy…
Chewing Gum May Be A Good Way To Get Your Vitamins
Chewing Gum May Be A Good Way To Get Your Vitamins
by Jeff Mulhollem
Chewing gum may be an effective delivery system for some vitamins, according the new research. Nearly 15 percent of all…
True Innovation Generates Ideas, Not Wealth
True Innovation Generates Ideas, Not Wealth
by Eleftherios Soleas
Ancient innovators were poets, thinkers, artisans and scientists, not business owners. The classical Greek philosopher…
Poorer Women Who Use Midwives Have Healthier Babies
Poorer Women Who Use Midwives Have Healthier Babies
by Nazeem Muhajarine and Daphne McRae
Women who are marginalized by poverty may be reaping the greatest benefits from midwifery care. This is the finding of…
What Happens To Your Body When You're Stressed – And How Breathing Can Help
What Happens To Your Body When You're Stressed – And How Breathing Can Help
by Michael J.Porter
Stress is great. It makes us faster, stronger, more agile and our brains have better recall and flexibility. That’s why…
7 Signs Your Child’s Snoring Warrants Seeing The Doctor
7 Signs Your Child’s Snoring Warrants Seeing The Doctor
by U. Michigan
Many children may snore at some point in their lives, especially during bouts of colds or when their allergies are…
How Capitalism Ruined Our Relationship With Bacteria
How Capitalism Ruined Our Relationship With Bacteria
by Norah Campbell and Cormac Deane
There are many rational reasons that motivate consumers to spend US$65 billion annually on household cleaning products.…
Can Cheese Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?
Can Cheese Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?
by Fumiaki Imamura
Many people believe that low-fat dairy products are healthier than high-fat dairy products. Indeed, many public health…
Focusing On People At High Risk Of Suicide Has Failed As A Suicide Prevention Strategy
Focusing On People At High Risk Of Suicide Has Failed As A Suicide Prevention Strategy
by Helen Stallman
Many current suicide prevention interventions focus on raising awareness of suicide or on preventing it only at the…
This Therapy Works For Women With Past Sexual Trauma
This Therapy Works For Women With Past Sexual Trauma
by Patti Verbanas
Women who faced sexual abuse in childhood or adolescence benefit significantly from a kind of therapy that focuses on…
5 Lifestyle Changes To Enhance Your Mood And Mental Health
5 Lifestyle Changes To Enhance Your Mood And Mental Health
by Jerome Sarris and Joe Firth
When someone is diagnosed with a mental health disorder such as depression or anxiety, first line treatments usually…
Why Some Kids Are More Prone To Dental Decay
Why Some Kids Are More Prone To Dental Decay
by Mihiri Silva, Katrina Scurrah, and Nicky Kilpatrick
A quarter of children have dental decay by the time they start school. This occurs when bacteria in the mouth break…
An Upshot Of Having ADHD Is Thinking Outside The Box
An Upshot Of Having ADHD Is Thinking Outside The Box
by Jared Wadley
People often believe those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder face challenges that could hinder future…
How African American Folklore Saved The Cultural Memory And History Of Slaves
How African American Folklore Saved The Cultural Memory And History Of Slaves
by Jennifer Dos Reis Dos Santos
All over the world, community stories, customs and beliefs have been passed down from generation to generation. This…
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Depression Is Strongly Linked To Opioid-Related Deaths
by Kayla Zacharias
A new study finds a strong link between the depression and opioid-related deaths. Nearly one in 12 adults in the US is…
Why You Smell Smells That Aren't There
Why You Smell Smells That Aren't There
by Lorenzo Stafford
Have you ever smelled odours other people can’t smell? If you have, you may have experienced phantosmia – the medical…
Why People With Dementia Don't All Behave The Same
Why People With Dementia Don't All Behave The Same
by Lila Landowski
Dementia is the is the leading cause of death among Australian women and the third most common cause of death among…
Accepting Criticism: How To Become More Successful & Satisfied
Accepting Criticism: How To Become More Successful & Satisfied
by Ronald A. Warren Ph.D.
Many highly intelligent motivated professionals let their habitual emotional reactions get in the way of learning. Even…
Even Drinking A Little Each Day May Up Your Risk Of Early Death
Even Drinking A Little Each Day May Up Your Risk Of Early Death
by Jim Dryden
Drinking a daily glass of wine for health reasons may not be so healthy after all, a new study suggests.
Delay In Replacing The Pap Smear With HPV Screening Is Costing Lives
Delay In Replacing The Pap Smear With HPV Screening Is Costing Lives
by Alejandra Castanon
It was established a decade ago that testing for the presence of HPV – the virus that causes cervical cancer – is a…
The Benefits of Reflexology on Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual Well-Being for Adults as well as Children
Reflexology for Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual Well-Being for Adults as well as Children
by Sonia Jones
It may surprise you to discover how far reaching the benefits of reflexology can be. Not only is it a truly holistic…
Why Optimism And Entrepreneurship Are Not Always A Good Mix
Why Optimism And Entrepreneurship Are Not Always A Good Mix
by Chris Dawson and David de Meza
Failure has always been the hallmark of entrepreneurship – only around 50% of businesses survive their first five…
Why Open Up Psychedelic Science For Mental Health
Why Open Up Psychedelic Science For Mental Health
by Thomas Anderson and Rotem Petranker
Attempts to replicate classical scientific studies have been failing. These alarming failures have hit psychology, the…
Personal Blessings Abound: You Just Have to Look
Personal Blessings Abound: You Just Have to Look
by Alan Cohen
Sometimes the opportunity we have been waiting for is trying to crawl into our lap. If, however, we have a preconceived…
When Women Draw Spirals And Circles, Snakes And Ladders
When Women Draw Spirals And Circles, Snakes And Ladders
by Kathleen Riach
This week’s International Day of Older Persons reminds us Australia has made an international commitment to work…
Hamsters May Hold The Clue To Beating Obesity
Hamsters May Hold The Clue To Beating Obesity
by Gisela Helfer and Rebecca Dumbell
The global obesity crisis shows no signs of abating, and we urgently need new ways to tackle it. Consuming fewer…
The Best Foods To Eat For A Good Night's Sleep
The Best Foods To Eat For A Good Night's Sleep
by Sophie Medlin
Sleep has become widely recognised as playing a really important role in our overall health and wellness – alongside…
Why The Promise Of Personalized Medicine Is Not For Everyone
Why The Promise Of Personalized Medicine Is Not For Everyone
by Daniel R. Weinberger
Could your medical treatment one day be tailored to your DNA? That’s the promise of “personalized medicine”. This…
Breathlessness Is The Hidden Health Problem Leaving Millions Struggling
Breathlessness Is The Hidden Health Problem Leaving Millions Struggling
by Ann Hutchinson
This quote from an anonymous patient sums up the experience of millions of sufferers of a health problem that’s rarely…
Why Physical Education Is Just As Important As Any Other School Subject
Why Physical Education Is Just As Important As Any Other School Subject
by Andrew Sprake and Clive Palmer
Physical Education (PE) is often viewed as a marginal subject within the curriculum. And many secondary schools…
Honeygate Deepens As New Tests Reveal 27% Of Brands Are Adulterated
Honeygate Deepens As New Tests Reveal 27% Of Brands Are Adulterated
by Mark Patrick Taylor and Xiaoteng Zhou
More than a quarter of commercial honey brands have potentially been watered down with sugar cane, corn syrup or other…
The Movie 2001 A Space Odyssey Still Offers Insight About The Future
The Movie 2001 A Space Odyssey Still Offers Insight About The Future
by Daniel N. Rockmore
Watching a 50th anniversary screening of “2001: A Space Odyssey,” I found myself, a mathematician and computer…
Using Basic Feng Shui for Your Health, Prosperity, and Happiness
Using Basic Feng Shui for Your Health, Prosperity, and Happiness
by Terah Kathryn Collins
Our Western habitats present us with a very different scenario than that of the original Feng Shui practitioners. Many…
Can Technology Change Behavior And Help People Better Manage Chronic Diseases?
Can Technology Change Behavior And Help People Better Manage Chronic Diseases?
by Samir Chatterjee
It was March 2014 when I received a phone call as I was working in my office. The person on the other end introduced…
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Brewing A Great Cup Of Coffee Depends On Chemistry And Physics
by Christopher H. Hendon
Coffee is unique among artisanal beverages in that the brewer plays a significant role in its quality at the point of…
Scientists Have Been Drilling Into The Ocean Floor For 50 Years And Here's What They've Found So Far
Scientists Have Been Drilling Into The Ocean Floor For 50 Years And Here's What They've Found So Far
by Suzanne O'Connell
It’s stunning but true that we know more about the surface of the moon than about the Earth’s ocean floor. Much of what…
How Weaponizing The Body's Immune System Can Deliver A Cure For Cancer
How Weaponizing The Body's Immune System Can Deliver A Cure For Cancer
by Mark Cragg
We’re beginning to treat cancer in a whole new way. Rather than killing cancer cells directly with chemo or…
The One Factor Causing Depression And Anxiety In The Workplace
The One Factor Causing Depression And Anxiety In The Workplace
by Johann Hari
I learned about nine causes of depression and anxiety, for which there’s scientific evidence with different sets of…
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