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The Unselfish Art of Prioritizing Yourself

Most of us are taught from an early age that being selfless is a good thing, and there are many proven benefits of altruism, to both our mental and …

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Feel the fear and do it anyway: why being scared can be good for you

When I was ten, my Uncle Chris took me on the ghost train at the fair. I had looked forward to that trip so much; as an imaginative child I devoured …

Alzheimer's disease: Scientists close in on how it starts and how to stop it

Scientists identified a sequence of events involving immune cells and proteins that become abnormal in Alzheimer's disease. They suggest that this …

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How to Motivate Yourself: 3 Steps Backed By Science

You make goals… but then you procrastinate.<p>You write a to-do list… but then you don’t follow through.<p>And this happens again and again and again. …

The Habit That Puts You at Risk for Smartphone Separation Anxiety—and How to Avoid It

A new study shows you’re more likely to suffer serious withdrawal from your digital device if you use these specific features. Here’s how to avoid it.<p>…

5 Things You Can Tell Just By Looking At Someone: Backed By Research

Here are the things you can tell just by looking at someone<p>As for personality, you can generally trust your gut when guessing extraversion, …

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How our projects shape our personalities — and how we can use them to remake who we are

<i>Tang Yau Hoong</i><p>Many of us believe there are two driving forces behind the person known as “you”: nature and nurture. But, according to personality and …

13% of Americans Take Antidepressants

Antidepressants are some of the most popular drugs in the United States, and their usage shows no signs of waning.<p>A new report from the National …

The 5 Habits That Will Make You Happy, According to Science

So what’s going to make you happy? Let’s get more specific: what’s going to make your <i>brain</i> happy? And let’s focus on things that are simple and easy …

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After Terrorist Attack, Too Much TV Can Be Harmful

WASHINGTON — During a terrorist attack, it may be best to avoid wall-to-wall news coverage, a new study suggests.<p>Watching television news coverage …

How can PTSD trigger Alzheimer's disease? Study sheds light

More and more evidence is suggesting that developing post-traumatic stress disorder early in life can raise the risk of dementia in old age. New …

Want to Raise Healthy, Happy Kids? Science Says Stop This Dangerous Habit Right Now | Inc.com

Parents want the best for their children. Yet, most of us are oblivious to a universal, looming hazard that is literally rewiring our kids' brains and putting them at risk.<p>The danger? It's our kids' constant use of mobile technology.<p>I know that language sounds alarmist. But our collective addiction …

Mental Health

8 ways to end bad habits

Bad habits; we all got’em. You know what they are. You know you should stop. But . . . it’s hard. In fact, sometimes you feel downright powerless. …

What We Learned From Watching Kids Figure Out How to Lie

For the liar, telling a lie has obvious costs. Keeping track of the lies one tells and trying to maintain the plausibility of a fictional narrative …

Teens are more depressed and isolated than ever because of smartphones, researcher claims

Teenagers today are more depressed, have higher rates of suicide, and hang out with friends less often than teens in earlier eras, according to one …

Teen Pregnancy

The Science of Persuasion

When someone offers you a free sample, it’s not really free. It comes with the implied expectation that if you accept it, you will feel obligated to …

Teaching empathy is the key to suppressing online trolls

Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran recently announced he had quit Twitter because he was sick of internet trolls.<p>While this high-profile example shows the effects of antisocial online behaviour, it hides an alarming statistic. In one online poll over a quarter of Americans admitted to having engaged in …

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The Things About Depression We Never Talk About

Living with depression can give us a whole range of symptoms. Some are quite well known, such as low mood, sleep difficulties, and limited energy. …

What differentiates a good engineer from a clueless ignoramus?

Have you read the manifesto published internally at Google, that has thrown many people into a tizzy? It’s amazingly stupid. Yet another blinkered …

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Five Steps to Heal Anxiety Naturally

“Blood-brain barrier leakage means that the brain has lost its protective means, the stability of brain cells is disrupted and the environment in …