Hannah Brewer

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Sex Positions Everyone Should Try in Their Lifetime

36 Sex Positions Everyone Should Try in Their Lifetime<p>…Or next week.<p>Is your sex life screaming for an upgrade? Yeah, we hear you. Getting freaky has a way of getting stale the more time you log with your partner. The good news: It's easy to turn things around by switching up your sex positions (no …

Women Don't Need to Have Periods

Using birth control to eliminate menstruation isn’t unsafe, even if some worry it’s “unnatural.”<p>No matter why a woman is seeing a doctor—be it for a headache or for a broken toe—she can reliably expect to be asked the date of her last period within the first minute of her consultation. Because of …

Women's Health

Heart attack victims more likely to die if admitted to hospital at weekend

Research shows far higher mortality among cardiac patients who were admitted to hospital on Saturdays and Sundays.<p>Saturday is the worst day to be admitted to hospital with a heart attack, new research shows.<p>A British study of more than 25,000 patients found those who took ill at the start of the …

Radiation Therapy

Get Tips for Answering Firefighter Interview Questions

• Share<br>• Flip<br>• Pin<br>• Share<br>• Email<p>Updated December 24, 2017<p>For firefighter job interviews, you can anticipate targeted questions to determine if you have the …

Employment

How Giving Up Refined Sugar Changed My Brain

Consuming refined sugar can impact mood, decision-making, and memory. Here’s how good it can be to give it up.<p><i>Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 Leadership stories of 2015. See the full list here.</i><p>I have a love-hate relationship with food. I love it; it generally hates me. Matter of …

Nutrition

What is Depression if not a Mental Illness?

Sometimes you might hear a person talking about mental disorders like depression or bipolar disorder without really understanding what they mean. …

Severe poverty affects children's brain development, study finds | Toronto Star

The frontal lobe is important for controlling attention, inhibition, emotions and complex learning. The temporal lobe is important for memory and …

The Brain

Mental health in Children and Adolescents

About twenty percent of children and adolescents in the United States — that’s roughly fifteen million kids — have a diagnosable mental health …

When Mindfulness Meets the Classroom

Many educators are introducing meditation into the classroom as a means of improving kids’ attention and emotional regulation.<p>A five-minute walk from the rickety, raised track that carries the 5 train through the Bronx, the English teacher Argos Gonzalez balanced a rounded metal bowl on an …

Mindfulness

An Rx for physician burnout - Scope

Burnout, which is characterized by emotional exhaustion, a sense of depersonalization and a lack of a sense of personal accomplishment, is on the …

Part I of 2: Boost Your Emotional Intelligence: Take The Five Day EQ Challenge

"<i>Empathy occurs in the moment one human being speaks with another."</i><p>- Alfred Adler, <i>Understanding Human Nature</i><p><i>We know that Emotional Intelligence can be learned, but like everything there's no quick fix. It takes time, commitment and dedication. So, how do we do it? Check out what makes up Emotional</i> …

Emotional Intelligence

How Intelligence and Smart Thinking are not the Same

“There is surely nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency what should not be done at all.” [Peter Drucker]IQ test predict very little …

Self-improvement

Marc Lewis: the neuroscientist who believes addiction is not a disease

Lewis, famous for detailing his own years of drug addiction in a book, divides the medical profession by arguing it is a behavioural problem, not a medical affliction<p>For decades the medical profession has largely treated addiction as as a chronic brain disease. The US government’s National …

Drug Addiction

Oliver Sacks said he benefited from LSD. It's not pseudoscience.

Famed neurologist and author Oliver Sacks said an unexpected source made him a better doctor: hallucinogens.<p>"I think [hallucinogens] made me more open to some of my patients' experiences," Sacks, who died on Sunday at the age of 82, told New Scientist magazine, describing some of the bizarre …

Consciousness