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Toxins

Procrastinators and doers have different brains — here's how you can find the benefit in all those times you get distracted

• Procrastinators and doers have different brains.<br>• People who get distracted have a larger amygdala, which is the fear centre.<br>• This means they are more …

Procrastination

Psychologists have developed a new 10-minute “intelligence” test

Move over IQ, there’s a new intelligence test on the scene. Psychologists have developed a free 10-minute test that they claim is an excellent assessment of “fluid intelligence.”<p>The test, developed by psychologists at UC Riverside and UC Irvine, is called University of California Matrix Reasoning …

Short-Term Memory

Why we often remember the bad better than the good

By Allie Caren<p>Allie Caren<p>Video editor focusing on breaking news and viral content<p>Email Bio Follow<p>The Washington Post recently asked readers to anonymously share their most vivid memories, and these were some of the responses:<p>“Sitting on my bathroom floor after my father died.”<p>“My face being forced …

Stanford University

Melatonin: the body's natural sleep-promoting hormone

In daylight hours there is so little melatonin in the bloodstream that it is barely detectable. But when the sun goes down, the eyes sense the failing light, and part of the hippocampus signals the pineal gland, a pea-sized lump of tissue near the centre of the brain, to ramp up production of the …

Science

AI could spot Alzheimer's five years before major symptoms appear

Canadian scientists have created an AI that they claim can successfully spot Alzheimer’s five years before major symptoms appear.<p>There are currently around 50 million people living with dementia worldwide, and that number is set to almost double every 20 years. However, so far drug trials to …

How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

Spending more time trying to fall asleep rather than actually sleeping? You’re not alone.<p>Just the act of trying too hard can cause (or continue) a …

Muscle

Fall Asleep Anytime, Anywhere with This Military-Tested Trick

Is there anything worse than lying in bed late at night, trying desperately to fall asleep and being utterly unable to do so? Yes, there is: You …

Human Interest

10 Inexpensive Anti-Aging Secrets

These tips are an easy, inexpensive way to put some life back into your skin.<p>Use these home remedies to look and feel younger, without the expensive …

How To Make Your Brain Stop Worrying, According to Science

PIN this post:<p><i>According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 18 percent of American adults suffer from anxiety disorders, characterized</i> …

New York University

Neuroscience reveals 4 rituals that will make you an awesome parent

Every parent asks it at some point: <i>What is going on in my kid’s brain?</i><p>And if you don’t understand kids it can be hard to give them what they need to …

Success

The biggest indicator of your personality type is definitely whether you make your bed each day

One of the best deceptions of my post-adolescence involves smoothing out my sheets before a guest comes over in order to create a sleep sanctuary …

Birth Order Doesn't Affect Personality, but It Does Affect Intelligence

Tough news for younger siblings: According to three large national surveys from the US, UK, and Germany, younger siblings generally have a lower IQ …

Ikigai

The Perfect Breakfast Combination, It Regulates Blood Sugar, Reduces Cholesterol and Helps You Lose Weight

PIN this post:<p>Having trouble deciding what to have for breakfast? You certainly want something that will kick-start the organism, give you health …

Probiotics 'not as beneficial for gut health as previously thought'

Probiotics, hailed by some as a cure for all kinds of digestive ailments and recommended by many GPs alongside antibiotics, may not be as universally beneficial for gut health as previously thought.<p>The gut microbiome is the sum total of all the micro-organisms living in a person’s gut, and has been …

Microbiome

Night Owl or Lark? What Your Sleep Patterns Reveal About Your Personality

Whether you stay up late or get up at sunrise isn't just a personal habit. Science has discovered our sleep patterns are actually a preference largely programed into us by our DNA. The difference between larks and night owls, in other words, runs deep. So deep, in fact, that your preference for …

The Bizarre Untold Origin Story of the Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator

How a mother-daughter team created the pseudoscientific quiz that conquered the world.<p>If you've ever been on a dating app, you know what the Myers-Briggs personality type is—those four letters that are supposed to unlock the secrets of your inner personality and guide you through everything from …

What to Say to a Doctor Who Is Not Taking Your Pain Seriously

Trust is undoubtedly an important part of the practice of medicine. In order to receive treatment or participate in preventative care, patients must …

Want to live longer? NIA study links fasting to longevity

People have been fasting for years to lose weight, but what if we told you that the longer you fast, the longer you can live?<p>The idea may be hard to stomach, but a new study by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) suggests that intermittent fasting could be the key to longevity.<p>A group of …

Medicine

4 Ways to Get Unstuck at Work and in Life

We all face challenges sometimes. Luckily, the brain is well-equipped to deal with tough times.<p>This story originally appeared on Ellevate<p>We all face challenges sometimes. We’re assigned to a project that we don’t feel competent to handle. Something happens at home that we were not expecting. We’re …

Quarter of world's population 'not active enough to stay healthy'

Globally people are becoming less active, which is damaging their physical and mental health, says the World Health Organisation<p>There is an urgent need to get people moving, according to research by the World Health Organisation which warns that a quarter of the global population, and more in …

The art of impermanence: The waves will come, just ride them better

Our thoughts are like waves in the ocean. They keep coming. Sometimes, it feels like the waves are bigger and we’re fighting for air. Fortunately, it …

Aristotle said there are three types of friendship, but only one we should strive for

At age 17, Aristotle enrolled in the Platonic Academy. He would stay there for 20 years.<p>Founded by the father of Western philosophy, the Greek philosopher Plato, Aristotle was the most promising student around. He asked many questions and answered even more.<p>The exact time of his departure from the …

Worms frozen in permafrost for 42,000 years have come back to life and are eating

Scientists have made a discovery that is quite mind-blowing. Roundworms found in the permafrost in two areas of Siberia have come back to life in …

Webcomics

Here is The List of 10 Best Diet Plans to Lose Weight

Getting rid of unwanted fat is a dream of many people. Excess weight makes one look fat and you can also feel inferior to others because of this …

Stop Thinking In Tasks And To-Dos. Start Thinking In Outcomes

We all toil under a tyranny of to-dos. Life can feel like an endless succession of tedious tasks we struggle to complete, and we may cross everything off our to-do lists, but it can still feel like we aren’t achieving what we really want. It’s why we click on every productivity hack that pops up in …

Productivity

Painfully Adorable Study Shows How Dogs Respond to Sobbing Humans

It takes more than just empathy, though.<p>If you ask any dog owner whether their dog knows when they’re sad, you’ll probably get the same response: <i>Of</i> …

29 Foods the World’s Healthiest People Eat Every Day

Want to keep running until you’re 90? These longevity-boosting foods can help.<p>1 of 29<p>Almonds<p>Rich in healthy fats, fiber, and protein, these nuts are made for more than snacking. Use slivered almonds as a topping for oatmeal or yogurt, add them to muffin recipes, or use almond flour in place of …

The Brain