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How to Develop Situational Awareness | The Art of Manliness

There’s a scene at the beginning of <i>The Bourne Identity</i> where the film’s protagonist is sitting in a diner, trying to figure out who he is and why he …

Self Defense

How 40,000 Tons of Cosmic Dust Falling to Earth Affects You and Me

Our bodies are made of remnants of stars and massive explosions in the galaxies, authors say.<p>Astrophysics and medical pathology don't, at first sight, appear to have much in common. What do sunspots have to do with liver spots? How does the big bang connect with cystic fibrosis?<p>Astrophysicist Karel …

Joni Mitchell

Entropy Defied: Researchers Unboil An Egg

Unscrambling eggs is still impossible, an example of entropy in action. But boiling eggs is no longer the one-way process it used to be. Scientists in California and Australia have figured out how to turn solid albumen, the white of an egg, back into a useable liquid.<p>“We have invented a way to …

Australian Universities

18 apps that earn you money

We found 18 apps that will make you money. All of the apps can be downloaded for free, and each has a strong user base to ensure that you get the most bang for your buck.<p>From taking surveys to kicking back and watching TV, here are the apps that will put a little cash in your pocket.

Apps

How to Structure A Story: The Eight-Point Arc

<b>Terryon May 24, 2017 10:22 pm</b><p>I found this after a quick google search for “story arc”, looking for the basics to see if I could apply it to business …

The Postman who built a Palace made of Pebbles

<i>T</i>his is the story of a French postman who spent thirty years of his life building his dream home– a palace made of pebbles and stones he found along …

25 Business Books that You Won't See on Most Bookshelves

<i>Gregory Ciotti is the marketing director at Help Scout.This post originally appeared on the Help Scout blog.</i><p>Read to lead, right?<p>There are few better “hacks” in life than reading—distilled knowledge that often took years to assemble can be consumed in just a few hours.<p>The problem is that many …

5 Shockingly Advanced Ancient Buildings That Shouldn't Exist

The achievements of ancient cultures tend to be woefully unappreciated -- we think of the people as loincloth-wearing savages, and when we're proven …

Archaeology

Israel's Iron Dome Is Amazing, and That's a Problem

Israel’s astonishingly effective Iron Dome air defense has prevented Hamas from killing Israelis and spreading terror in the civilian population. …

CBT is more cost-effective than SSRI alone as treatment for panic disorder

In addition to its impact on quality of life, panic disorder can have a number of costly consequences such as lost productivity – particularly if …

Cognitive Science

How Your Coffee Mug Controls Your Feelings

Well, although cognitive scientists probably wouldn’t use the term “mind control”, they wouldn’t disagree that while we interact with physical …

Love Paintwork

Optical Illusion

Optical Illusions

Taming Suspect Gene Reverses Schizophrenia-like Abnormalities in Mice

<i>Lin Mei, M.D., Ph.D., Dong-Min Yin, Ph.D., Yong-Jun Chen, Ph.D.</i><p>Source: Medical College of Georgia<p>Scientists have reversed behavioral and brain …

Virtual Superheroes: Using Superpowers in Virtual Reality to Encourage Prosocial Behavior

Abstract<p>Background<p>Recent studies have shown that playing prosocial video games leads to greater subsequent prosocial behavior in the real world. …

Psychology

Blog

Some statins 'raise diabetes risk'

<b>Some drugs taken to protect the heart may increase the risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to researchers in Canada.</b><p>Their study of 1.5 million people, in the British Medical Journal, suggested powerful statins could increase the risk by 22% compared with weaker drugs.<p>Atorvastatin was …

Diabetes

Journaling and Mental Health

<i>Allan Schwartz, LCSW, Ph.D. was in private practice for more than thirty years. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states</i> ...Read</i> …

Mental Health

Studies Show Cancer Survivors’ Physical and Emotional Problems Often Go Untreated

Cancer survivors don’t have to suffer through many of the physical and emotional side effects that often linger after treatment ends, researchers …

Cancer

Children with temporal lobe epilepsy ‘often depressed’

Depressive symptoms, behavioural problems and psychiatric illnesses are common among children and adolescents with temporal lobe epilepsy, a new …

The Brain

HelpGuide.org

Depression in women<p>Dealing with Loneliness<p>Stress management<p>Healthy eating<p>How to Sleep Better<p>Cultivating Happiness<p>HelpGuide at-a-glance<p><b>Over 160</b> …

Mental Health

Newcastle University research finds baby heart disease gene

<b>A gene associated with a form of congenital heart disease found in newborn babies has been discovered by researchers.</b><p>The team, led by Professor Bernard Keavney from Newcastle University, analysed more than 2,000 children born with "a hole in the heart".<p>Mr Keavney said larger studies would be …

Medicine

People under stress stick to habits, good or bad

<b>It seems old habits really do die hard - whether they are good or bad.</b><p>The study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, contradicts the idea that being under pressure leads to bad habits like over-eating or shopping sprees.<p>Instead, people are just as likely to maintain gym habits or …

Die Hard

Military Family Children at Greater Risk of Depression and Behavioral Problems

A new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently published in the journal <i>Pediatrics</i> is highlighting the plight of children in …

Women suffer up to 40 per cent more mental health problems than men due to stress of juggling roles, study claims

• Psychological disorders are 20% to 40% more common in women than men<br>• Investigation found women are increasingly expected to function as carer, …