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Multiple Concussions May Have Sped Hemingway’s Demise, a Psychiatrist Argues

At the 1954 Award Ceremony for the Nobel Prize in literature, one thing was clear: This year's winner boasted a rather unusual CV. The author …

Solar Flares in Space ​May Cause Whale Beachings on Earth

NASA scientists are studying the link between disruptions of the Earth's magnetic field and stranded whales and dolphins that use the field for …

Solar Cycle

Meal Prep: Here Lies The Secret To Eating Healthy All Week Long

You want these recipes.<p><i>Every week we bring you Meal Prep to help you lay out healthy weekly meals. Do your shopping, spend a few hours cooking on the weekend, and enjoy the fruits of your labor all week long. A lot of thought goes into curating them, ensuring there’s a good balance of nutrition and</i> …

Healthy Eating

This Is the Correct Way to Daydream, According to a Harvard Psychiatrist

Yes, there is a right (and wrong) way to let your mind wander.<p>Daydreaming has a bad reputation. Viewed as a distraction for the flaky or a self-indulgent form of procrastination by many, even science has ganged up on daydreaming, with previous research showing aimless mind wandering tends to make …

North Carolina

The Surprising Benefits of Being (Slightly) Crazy

Despite being the greatest and most influential mind in human history, Isaac Newton, by all accounts, was a bit of a headcase,1 as well as a total …

Mental Health

10 Things Successful People Do to Solve Their Daily Problems

This guru of positive thinking offers 10 classic and timeless strategies to boost your problem-solving abilities.<p>I'm a big fan of the positive psychology movement, which has gifted us with profound research on producing happiness, optimism, and creativity in the workplace.<p>While current iconic …

'Achieving flow' can lead to powerful breakthroughs in your work — and it's surprisingly easy to do

Steven Kotler is a performance expert and the co-author of "Stealing Fire." In this video, Kotler explains how we all have flow state triggers and there are ways to hack into those states to experience creative breakthroughs. Following is a transcript of the video.<p><i>If you want to understand how flow</i> …

Pulitzer Prize

Einstein vs. The Clash: How I used music to hack my brain

Music will be like the new superfood.<p>Dr Julia Mossbridge, Focus@Will

Is there a limit to how long humans can live?

Humans may live longer and longer, but eventually we all grow old and die. This leads to a simple question: Is there an intrinsic maximum limit to human lifespan or not? There are two equally simple answers. Either there is a limit or there isn’t. Without data you may as well guess and your chance …

Medicine