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How to Make Friends as an Adult — and Why It's Important

Anyone who’s ever made room for a big milestone of adult life–a job, a marriage, a move–has likely shoved a friendship to the side. After all, there …

Want More Luck In 2018? Follow These 3 Simple Rules | Inc.com

New Year’s Eve is a time to celebrate but also a time to hit the refresh button. We’ve all been there, brimming with optimism at the start of our resolution but then giving up even though fulfilling the resolution would have improved our lives. The latest research shows that by Jan.8, some 25 …

Harry Potter

11 Surprising Mistakes That Might Be Ruining Your Memory

Are you notorious for losing your keys? Or forgetting that you made plans with friends? Do you blank on peoples' names like its your job? Not …

A Smarter Person's Brain Is Simply Wired Better, Study Finds

<b>FRANKFURT, Germany —</b> Brainiacs happen to have thinking organs that are physically designed to outperform, a new study finds.<p>Researchers at Goethe …

How I Retrain my Brain Every Day

I have spent years bouncing from therapist to therapist, with little to no positive outcome.<p>This past year, I went through the most severe depressive …

The 1 Mistake That’s Aging You

Do you think your best years are yet to come? Or, are your glory days behind you? According to a new study from Trinity College Dublin, the way you …

Case study: Brain tumor linked to intense spiritual interest, religious delusions and psychosis

A case study recently published in Frontiers in Psychiatry profiles a woman whose brain tumor appears to have dramatically changed her religiousness …

Brain Tumors

Age old problem: how to stay clever for longer

Sorry to break it to you, but there’s bad news. Your brain is shrinking (probably). None of us is getting any younger and time is increasingly taking its toll on our brains; our neurons are getting smaller and we’re losing connections between them. But should we accept this pattern of degeneration …

The Brain

28 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Said 1 Thing Is More Powerful Than Technology. It's Even More True Today | Inc.com

Steve Jobs helped create wildly popular products that changed entire industries. (Hello, mobile devices. Howdy, music business.)<p>But while he definitely believed in his own ideas and the power of technology, he believed even more strongly in harnessing the ideas, the creativity, and the power of</i> …

Mobile Devices

Watch SpaceX test its most powerful rocket engine yet

SpaceX released video of their most powerful rocket engine being tested in McGregor, TX. This is the rocket engine that SpaceX plans to use to go to Mars. It will launch for the first time by December.<p><b>Follow Tech Insider:</b>On Facebook

I Worked With Elon Musk And Learned That Intelligence Is Not The Key To Success

<i>As a 15-year-old who aspires to be an engineer, I admire people like Elon Musk. How do you think someone could be as successful as him without being as smart as him? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the</i> …

Self-improvement

Chinese university invents new mind-reading computer - and it could be better than the one Stephen Hawking uses

A Chinese university has invented a new mind-reading computer - which translates brain signals into words.<p>It allows the user to type with no hands, …

A British doctor has found a way to 'talk' to patients who are in a vegetative state

A British neuroscientist is making awe-inspiring medical breakthroughs by communicating with people who are in a vegetative state.<p>Dr Adrian Owen has …

Neurophilosophy

How Googling ‘depression’ could get you mental health help

Fluctuations in sleep, appetite, and energy level can be attributed to stress, thyroid problems and other life changes — or they could be caused by …

Account Suspended

Concerning number of women suffering depression, anxiety: study

"It was really interesting that 60 per cent of women nationwide said they weren't active enough, as that's almost counter-intuitive considering that …

Google launches new initiative designed to help users suffering from depression

Google has designed a new tool which aims to help those suffering from depression. In partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness …

Depression medications can have devastating side-effects. Are they worth it to be happy?

Even if you aren't aware of it, the chances are good that someone you know is taking some sort of psychiatric medicine. According to the most recent …

19 Signs That Might Mean You Have Both Anxiety & Depression

It didn’t take me long to realize I had anxiety. I knew enough about it to identify its symptoms: the racing thoughts, pressure in my chest, pain in …

Alzheimer's disease could be reversed using LED lights, according to an MIT study on mice

Symptoms of Alzheimer's affecting patient's memories could be reversed, new research from MIT indicates.<p>It might be possible to break down the genetic blockades inside the brain which cause memory loss from Alzheimer's, a study published in <i>Cell Reports</i> suggests. So far, the theory has only been …

5 Mental and Physical Changes You'll Actually Notice When You Start Meditating

Meditation is likely one of those things you put on your bucket list to learn later, or you tried one form, had difficulty doing it, and then forgot …

The secret of a good night's sleep has finally been found by scientists...

It is said that a clear conscience makes the softest pillow, but according to a new study the secret of a good night’s sleep is having something worth getting out of bed for the next day.<p>In the first research of its kind, US scientists found that having a purpose in life results in fewer nighttime …

Sleep

The Human Brain Project Reboots: A Search Engine for the Brain Is in Sight

The massive €1 billion project has shifted focus from simulation to informatics Image: Dan Saelinger 2. The Mechanics of the Mind Photo: Dan …

It's important to remember that forgetting is important

If files on your computer suddenly vanished after a while, you'd be in line for a new one pretty quickly – and yet, that's basically what our brains …

The Brain

The one book that changed Oprah Winfrey’s life and business

Today, everyone knows a book recommendation from Oprah Winfrey can shoot a title to the top of every best-seller list. But before she was a literary …

Oprah Winfrey

Increase in teen suicidal behaviour linked to 13 Reasons Why, Toronto counsellors say

From standing on a bridge and thinking about death to writing a note about the reasons to die, more and more children are showing signs they've been …

I'm 21 and still a virgin – and it is starting to get me down

I have had difficulties with eating disorders and struggled with friendships in the past. Now I’m at university and in a better place, but the idea of not having had sex is troubling me<p><b>I am a 21-year-old woman and still a virgin. I have had quite a lot of difficulty in the past with eating</b> …

Mental Health

Mastering Your Emotions and Using Your Most Valuable Asset

Mark Youngblood, author of 'Dear Human, Master Your Emotions,' shares his experience with learning to understand and react to our emotions correctly.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Our greatest successes can burn like embers in the ashes of our failures, provided that …

Sleep deprivation can lead to the brain 'eating itself', says study

When you feel particularly exhausted, it can definitely feel like you are also lacking in brain capacity. Now, a new study has suggested this could …

8 Small Things People Use to Judge Your Personality | Inc.com

The human brain is hardwired to judge. This survival mechanism makes it very hard to meet someone without evaluating and interpreting their behavior.<p>While we tend to think that our judgments are based on the content of conversations and other obvious behaviors, the research says otherwise. In fact, …

Psychology