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14 Psychological Tricks Everyone Should Know

The internet is awash with amateur psychology and body language tips, from ludicrous, life-affirming self-help mumbo jumbo to beginner-level …

That sweating, trembling feeling: 10 strategies to cope with your shyness

Social anxiety can manifest itself mentally and physically. Here are ways you can learn to manage it<p>According to British singer-songwriter Morrissey, “shyness is nice”. When it leaves you feeling breathless, voiceless and even friendless, though, it can be anything but nice.<p>Shyness often manifests …

Self-help

People Who Have Depression May Be More Empathetic and Selfless, Study Finds

While depression is an unmistakably taxing illness that presents what may feel like insurmountable difficulties, a new study published in <i>Nature Human</i> …

Blood sugar Managements

A diabetic man who says he suffered a ‘hyper’ after a three-hour flight delay with no food was accused of READ MORE<p>CURTIS WOODHOUSE has incredibly …

Malware may turn your computers into eavesdropping device!

Malwares can turn your computers into a perpetual eavesdropping device by covertly turning speakers or headphones into a microphone, scientists have …

Is there a Stranger Thing than Your Brain on Virtual Reality?

November 25, 2016If you are UX designer and have not yet taken a Saturday to binge watch Netflix’s latest series, <i>Stranger Things</i>, it is highly …

Virtual Reality

Former paratrooper plunged to his death 'while waiting for psychiatrist to decide if he had PTSD'

A former paratrooper plunged to his death from a hotel while waiting for a psychiatrist to decide whether he was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, an inquest heard.<p>Peter O'Sullivan, who had seen "very severe military activity" in Afghanistan during 10 years in the Parachute Regiment, …

Missing Cold War nuclear bomb remains a mystery after Canadian navy investigates object found by diver

A Cold War nuclear bomb is still missing after it turned out a diver's underwater discovery was not the atomic weapon weapon as first thought.<p>The mystery of a "missing nuke" in Canada has baffled historians for more than half a century.<p>Ever since an American B-36 Bomber crashed near British …

Is there another ‘you’ out there in a parallel Universe?

Even if the Universe grows to infinity, there might not be enough space to hold all the possibilities.<p><i>“We are actually living in a million parallel</i> …

'The Hare Psychopathy Checklist': The test that will tell you if someone is a sociopath

In August, Dr Kevin Dutton of Oxford University ranked US president-elect Donald Trump as "above Adolf Hitler" on a standard scale used to measure …

Psychology

3 Top Solar Stocks to Buy Now

Solar energy has been a very difficult place for investors as companies gain and lose their competitive advantage quickly and the market changes rapidly under their feet. At what appears to be a low point for the industry, investors may way to take a second look at <b>First Solar, Inc.</b> (NASDAQ: FSLR),</b> …

Intelligence May Stem From a Basic Algorithm in the Human Brain

Theory of Connectivity<p>The human brain is the most sophisticated organ in the human body. The things that the brain can do, and how it does them, have …

The Brain

Google Artificial Intelligence Whiz Describes Our Sci-Fi Future

The next time you enter a query into Google’s search engine or consult the company's map service for directions to a movie theater, remember that a …

Machine Learning

What Every Layperson Should Know About String Theory

It’s one of the most brilliant, controversial and unproven ideas in all of physics: string theory. At the heart of string theory is the thread of an idea that’s run through physics for centuries, that at some fundamental level, all the different forces, particles, interactions and manifestations of …

Quantum Mechanics

Scientists Say You Should Do This Exercise at Least Twice a Week to Make Your Brain Work Better

Engaging in <b>regular weightlifting</b> could actually make your brain work better and prevent dementia, concludes new research by Australian scientists. As …

Humanity

What a Lack of Eye Contact Says About You, According to Science (and How to Fix It)

Failing to meet someone's gaze could send not-so-flattering messages about who you are and what you're capable of.<p>What you do with your clothes, hair, accessories, posture, gestures--it all conveys deep, rich meaning. But your eyes send messages, too, and failure to maintain good eye contact with …

Self-help

Why Being an Introvert May Be Better for Your Mental Health

We value extroversion in education and work, but a recent study shows alone time may have earned an unnecessarily bad rep.<p>It's official: we're worn out. Scientifically knackered. Two-thirds of adults told researchers at Durham University that they need more rest, in a global study that surveyed …

Psychology

The 4 Stages of Love (Explained By Neuroscience)

Julia floated up to me with a big smile, "Guess what?" she said.<p>"What?"<p>"I think I'm in love," she replied.<p>"That's great, but I didn't even know you …

An Italian surgeon has renewed his promise to perform the world's first head transplant after a 'proof-of-concept' experiment on a dog

His latest, renewed claim comes after his collaborators released video footage to several news outlets, including a clip shown on Tuesday on Sky News. The video appears to show a dog stumbling on all fours and wagging its tail. Sky News claims the video was shot three weeks after an experimental …

Immune System

What is Einstein's theory of relativity?

Albert Einstein’s theories of special and general relativity rule the field of classical physics.<p>Their effects can be seen in our everyday lives and …

Physics

New Research Says There Are 4 Basic Types of People. Which One Are You?

According to a recent study, 90 percent of us are either optimistic, pessimistic, trusting, or envious. Guess which group was the biggest.<p>How trustworthy are people? How far do we trust one another?<p>That's what researchers set out to discover. In a recently published study, scientists from a number …

Psychology

this book is challenging the stigma surrounding anxiety

As Anxiety for Beginners hits bookstores, we talk to its author Eleanor Morgan about coming to terms with mental health and why attitudes are starting to change.<p>Eleanor Morgan has always been an anxious person. As a kid, she'd fixate on contamination and germs, but it was nothing like the kind of …

Mental Health

13 Things About Social Anxiety Disorder You May Not Have Known

I remember the first panic attack I had. I was responsible for introducing a panel of speakers—a group of judges, trustees and attorneys. I was so nervous that I forgot one of the speakers’ name. Someone I’ve seen many times. I recall sweating profusely and I wondered if there was a pool of sweat …

Mental Health