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Try Making Someone's Day. This 1 Sentence Will Show You How | Inc.com

We might not realize it, but our self-esteem and self-confidence are under assault every single day.<p>I recently conducted research that revealed a shocking 93 percent of employees have experienced some sort of hit to their self-esteem (a dent in their armor) in the past 6 months due to something …

Self-esteem

The great myth of the global warming ‘pause’

While sceptics obsess over a global-warming hiatus, the sea gets steadily hotter<p>Readers of <i>The Spectator</i> will be familiar with the argument that climate change, like Britpop, ended in 1998. Raised on a diet of Matt Ridley and James Delingpole, you may have convinced yourself that climate scientists, …

How to Deal With an Awful Boss

Tips for when your boss is draining the life out of you.<p><b>By Eric Barker</b><p>Do you deal with some awful people at work? Do they annoy you beyond belief at …

Self-help

Break the Fear Cycle by Asking Yourself 3 Simple Questions | Inc.com

Fear is a near-constant companion for anyone pushing themselves in work and life. Fear is uncomfortable and it causes us to slow down, procrastinate, and, in some cases, stop what we're doing altogether. If you've tried to "get over it" with little success, taking another approach might work. At a …

Self-improvement

24 apps you need on your phone right now

<b>FaceTune will make your pictures look like they were professionally taken.</b><p><b>You'll never trust an Instagram selfie again.</b>FaceTune<p>FaceTune reminds me of …

‘Mind-blowing’ discovery could revolutionise our understanding of how brain works

A study of people born with one hand suggests neuroscientists may have fundamentally misunderstood the way the brain is organised, a scientist has …

Neurophilosophy

7 Things Mentally Strong Leaders Know | Inc.com

Mentally strong leaders think big, act courageous, and feel confident. Whether they're faced with criticism and crisis, or praise and good fortune, they lead with fierce determination.<p>So what separates mentally strong leaders from the rest? They have certain core beliefs about themselves, other …

Self-help

Ingredients for lasting memories

Being able to remember experiences long after they have happened is a basic part of life that guides behavior and even helps form personalities. Now, …

We sleep less as we age because our brains don’t think we're tired

Sadly, there’s nothing we can do about it—yet<p>It’s a known fact that as we age, we sleep less. But the reasoning behind this phenomenon is poorly understood. Do older adults sleep less because they need less sleep, or because they simply can’t get the sleep they need?<p>In a review out today in the …

Sleep

Explainer: what is the blood-brain barrier and how can we overcome it?

The brain is precious, and evolution has gone to great lengths to protect it from damage. The most obvious is our 7mm thick skull, but the brain is …

4 Cognitive Abilities That Actually Peak When You Are Older

Many of us do not look, feel or act our age. Sooner or later, of course, time tends to catch up. Some abilities that we’ve had in our younger …

The Brain

Breathing's Link to Calmness and Stress, Revealed

We take it for granted that breathing and feelings go hand in hand: Deep breaths make us calm, and short, shallow ones signal a sense of panic. This …

Neuroscience

9 Skills You Should Learn That Pay Dividends Forever | Inc.com

The further along you are in your career, the easier it is to fall back on the assumption that you've made it and have all the skills you need to succeed. The tendency is to focus all your energy on getting the job done, assuming that the rest will take care of itself. Big mistake.<p>New research from …

Self-improvement

How Milk May Contribute to Childhood Obesity

We’ve known that breastfed infants may be protected against obesity later in life for more than 30 years, but why? It may be the formula. Giving …

Type 1 Diabetes

5 Questions That Will Make You Emotionally Strong

Ever been caught in the grip of extreme emotions? I’m gonna guess whatever decision you made next probably wasn’t a good one.When we’re anxious, …

Self-help

Fish under threat from ocean oxygen depletion, finds study

Oxygen levels in oceans have fallen 2% in 50 years due to climate change, affecting marine habitat and large fish such as tuna and sharks<p>The depletion of oxygen in our oceans threatens future fish stocks and risks altering the habitat and behaviour of marine life, scientists have warned, after a …

Global Warming

Twelve ways to make yourself a Gmail genius

Transfer money, search more accurately, or engage with your appliances: tips and tricks to enhance and customise the world’s most popular webmail service<p>Show me what I want to see<p>Want to see more of your inbox at a glance? Click the cog-wheel at the upper right of the Gmail web interface, then …

Apps

4 ways to improve your security online right now

The last few years have seen a massive jump in the frequency of reports about digital security breaches and personal privacy issues, and no doubt …

Genetics

Where do our morals come from?

If you've picked up a newspaper lately, you might have noticed that moralizing is driving us all insane. When it comes to what's morally right and …

How to Safely Delete Private Data Forever

If you’re erasing sensitive files from a computer, you probably want them gone forever and far beyond the reach of data recovery tools. …

Operating Systems

7 Things You Can Do Right Now to Be More Productive in 2017

Now that 2016 is (finally) coming to an end, we want to make sure you start the new year on the right note. All of those ideas, projects, and new …

Time Management

Indian scientists generate electricity from water sans using energy

Soon, a device that runs on a few drops of water could revolutionise the way electricity is generated, thanks to a team of scientists at Delhi's …

30 Myths About The Menstrual Cycle That Just Won’t Die

The menstrual cycle has been fascinating and baffling we humans since the beginning of time. Unlike any other fact of life, getting your period is at …

Women's Health

Opinion: Classification of humans into races 'the biggest mistake in the history of science'

Science is one of the most remarkable inventions of humankind. It has been a source of inspiration and understanding, lifted the veil of ignorance …

Innovation

Everything is Important and Nothing is Important

I’m an existential-humanistic psychotherapist. A main theme for many of my clients over the years has been why do we exist? Why does my life matter? …

Existentialism

How to stay motivated and maximize your potential in life and in the gym

Thinking about why people do what they do has been a constant in the life of Duke psych professor Dan Ariely. As an 18-year-old, Ariely, who was born …

Scientists Have Used 'Pregnancy Fluid' to Strengthen Ageing Bones

They want to use it on astronauts.<p>Researchers have collected stem cells from human amniotic fluid - the protective fluid that surrounds the baby in …

Stem Cells

Scientists Have Witnessed The Birth of an Ice Cloud For The First Time

This is where clouds come from.<p>For the first time, researchers have observed the creation of ice crystals on individual atmospheric particles, giving …

Chemistry

This is how happiness actually helps you live longer

There are countless reasons why it’s important to prioritize our mental health, and now we have another one — a new study indicates that happiness …