The importance of owning your ambivalences, and how to do it
Date Posted: January 17, 2015
n this day and age, so much of our time is spent in front of screens. Does all the hype around studies showing that the use of screens can mess with your sleep make sense?
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Depression and behavioral changes may occur before memory declines in people who will go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
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How to successfully handle passive-aggressive relationships
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Wearable goose-bump sensor could one day help detect when people are moved
Study reveals the chance that mild age-related memory and thinking problems will turn into dementia.
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This tip may help people who are feeling depressed.
People who are high on this personality trait have healthier hearts.
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College students with ADHD are more likely to drop out than other students, have lower grade point averages, and endorse more academic difficulties overall. Approximately 25% of college students with ADHD receive ...
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It’s very common to see people engage in escapist and addictive behaviours at night such as drinking, watching porn, eating junk food or even watching a movie. But why night? What’s so different about that time of the day that makes people more ...
A technique developed at Boston Children’s Hospital allows these subtle mutation patterns to be traced and mapped spatially for the first time. This capability is a significant advance for genetics research and provides a new way to study both the ...
Behind every successful person is a conscientious partner. So, is it true that successful people get significant help from their partners? And is the form of this quote accurate? Is it that successful men are helped by women, but not the other way ...
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What is the best way to ease someone's pain and suffering? In this beautifully animated RSA Short, Dr Brené Brown reminds us that ...
You’re feeling down, and your doctor or therapist has confirmed it: You have depression. Now what? Until recently, many experts thought that your clinician could literally pick any antidepressant or type of psychotherapy at random because, with a ...