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How to Celebrate Bastille Day Like a French Person

La Fête de la Bastille offers the perfect excuse to picnic with wine, cheese, and baguette.<p>July 14 marks the 229th anniversary of the Storming of the …

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​8 mental habits the most successful people learn to break

That bit of wisdom comes from Sandja Brügmann, serial entrepreneur and founder of the Passion Institute, a recently launched online educational program and consultancy for executives and entrepreneurs.<p>"Once we have developed understanding of how we interfere with our visions and goals, then comes …

5 things no one tells you about quitting your job to travel the world, from someone who's done it

And last November, that's exactly what I did: After years of disciplined saving, I quit my job as an editor at a respected magazine in New York, bid adieu to my bargain apartment, sold my furniture, dropped off my beloved Chihuahuas at Chez Parents, packed our bags, and set off with the boyfriend …

Microbiome research heralds new era of medical diagnosis - ExtremeTech

By on May 24, 2015 at 8:30 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>The human microbiome refers to the …

Memories likely can’t be erased: Research offers new clues to how we remember

A new study challenges more than a century of neuroscience and could radically change the way we treat PTSD<p>Roni Jacobson<p>April 4, 2015 4:00pm (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American.<p>As intangible as they may seem, memories have a firm biological basis. According to textbook …

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Aggression, not just depression, led copilot to crash plane, experts say

Mental health experts say that it was aggression — not just depression — that would have driven 27-year-old<p>Andreas Lubitzto deliberately crash a Germanwings airliner into a mountainside, the copilot breathing evenly as passengers screamed and the plane's frantic captain pounded helplessly on the …