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5 Powerful Ways to Improve Your Writing

Expert demonstrates how to use science to attract, engage and persuade any audience<p>You work hard to write well, sweating over how to structure your message, which words to choose and when enough is enough. But, despite your best efforts, you worry that your content is missing the mark. Your …

Gut microbiome plays role in multiple sclerosis, studies show

The new studies strengthen the case for an MS-microbiome link.<p>In one, scientists led by Sergio Baranzini of the University of California, San …

An Oxford psychologist says treating insomnia could help with anxiety and depression

But clinical insomnia—defined as persistent difficulty falling and staying asleep, with additional negative effects for daytime functioning—affects 5 to 10 percent of adults.<p>We know that people with insomnia are more likely to develop a wide range of mental health problems.<p>The risk of developing …

Your Brain Changes Throughout Your Life

Researchers say the brain doesn’t just change in youth and older age. Their study may have implications in mental health treatments.<p>Researchers can …

Google makes it easier to see and delete its records of every website you've visited

Google has announced an update to Dashboard, which should make it easier for you to see everything the company knows about you.<p>This includes obvious …

Google

Psychologists find the key to a thriving life

Recent research published in the journal <i>European Psychologist</i> reviews the literature available on the concept of human thriving and outlines key …

Psychology

9 common punctuation mistakes that make you look dumb

National Punctuation Day is celebrated every year in the US on September 24.<p>Founded by Jeff Rubin in 2004, the day was created to celebrate the correct usage of all punctuation, from the "lowly comma" to the "ever-mysterious ellipsis."<p>In honor of National Punctuation Day this year, INSIDER rounded …