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Les Psaumes 46:2-4 PDV2017; Dieu est pour nous un abri solide et sûr, il est toujours prêt à nous aider dans le malheur. C’est pourquoi nous n’avons pas peur, même si la terre se met à bouger, si les montagnes tombent au fond de la mer. Son eau rugit et soulève l’écume, les vagues de la mer se dressent et font trembler les montagnes.

Dieu est pour nous un abri solide et sûr, il est toujours prêt à nous aider dans le malheur. C’est pourquoi nous n’avons pas peur, même si la terre …

Voyages

Andrew Luck: The Natural

Just 25 years old, he's the NFL's most complete QB — and might also be its most humble (and likable) superstar<p>Early in the morning, in a little place …

NFL

One's occupation helps determine brainpower into old age, study says

Once again, there's proof that using your noggin to work hard pays handsome dividends -- this time, in protecting brainpower as you age. And once again, research is underscoring that for brains, too, you either use it or lose it.<p>In a large group of 70-year-old Scots, people who worked …

The Brain

Scientists discover two new particles at Large Hadron Collider

Welcome to the family! Scientists using CERN’s<p>Large Hadron Colliderin Europe have discovered two new subatomic particles.<p>The discovery of the two related particles, submitted to the journal Physical Review Letters, fills in missing slots in the subatomic roster that had been predicted but never …

Physics

Anti-social network: Health risks of love-hate friends

Around half of our acquaintances may be “frenemies” – and they could have a surprising impact on your psychology and physical well-being, says David Robson.<p>I have a problem. I have friends that I love to hate. My “frenemies”, as they are known. And they could be affecting my health.<p>Don’t get me …

Psychology

Sleep's Link To Learning And Memory Traced To Brain Chemistry

Almost a century after the discovery that sleep helps us remember things, scientists are beginning to understand why.<p>During sleep, the brain produces chemicals that are important to memory and relives events we want to remember, scientists reported this week at the Society for Neuroscience meeting …

5 ways parents can help teens excel in school - Futurity

Experts say there are five key ways parents can stay involved if they want to help their kids succeed in high school. Number one: talk to teachers.

HIV drugs show promise in treating common eye disease | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A class of drugs used for three decades by people infected with the virus that causes AIDS may be effective in treating a leading cause of blindness among the elderly.<p>Retinal pigment epithelium (cell borders in red) treated with an HIV/AIDS drug are seen in an undated handout …

Grit Trumps Talent and IQ: A Story Every Parent (and Educator) Should Read

Angela Duckworth and her team devise strategies to help students learn how to work hard and adapt in the face of temptation, distraction, and defeat.<p>PHILADELPHIA—MacArthur Foundation "genius" award winner and research psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth is a reluctant star. Her pioneering studies at …

18 Signs You're With The One You Should Marry

From the editors of Cosmopolitan.com, how to know if he's the one.<p><b>1) He always brags about you.</b> If you get a promotion at work or even just win concert tickets, he can't resist telling everyone you hang out with before you even think to mention it. Because he's your biggest fan (arguably next to …

Are You Really an Introvert? Extrovert?

It is very hip to label yourself an introvert. Part of this is due to the well-researched, profound, well-written treatise by Susan Cain, <i>Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking.</i> If you haven't read it, you are in for a treat (and for some strange reason, it costs less than …

Psychology

How to keep your brain healthy

Neuroscience research got a huge boost last week with news of Professor John O’Keefe’s Nobel prize for work on the “brain’s internal GPS system”. It is an exciting new part of the giant jigsaw puzzle of our brain and how it functions. But how does cutting-edge neuroscience research translate into …

5 Things Your Parents Taught You That Are Totally Wrong

These familiar warnings just don't pan out<p>When you were a kid, your mom and dad dispensed plenty of wisdom that still checks out, like “don’t forget to wear clean underwear every day.” (Thanks for that one, guys.) Not every piece of parental advice holds up, though. Here are five classic warnings …

How to improve your odds of a divorce-proof marriage

A diamond is forever, but an expensive engagement ring means the marriage might not last that long. According to a new study, spending between $2,000 and $4,000 on an engagement ring is significantly associated with an increase in the risk of divorce.<p>The data scientist Randal Olson recently …

Divorce

How physical exercise helps to get students intellectually fit

To prep for high-school life, incoming Grade 9 students paid an early visit to Midland Secondary on Thursday. They found where their lockers will be, were given their timetables and memorized their wireless passwords.<p>They also received a short session on the importance of exercise. But intellectual …

Do these women's experiences resonate with you?

Share<p>Girls need to be targeted much earlier in their lives - before their GCSEs - to make a real difference to the low representation of women in IT …

Women In Tech Explain Why A Tech Conference For Women Went Awry And How To Make It Better

Thousands of women in tech gathered in Phoenix this week for one of the world’s biggest tech conferences, the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in …