Entries tagged with “Research”
Here are 10 tips to ensure success this year
1. Essentially, what do women really want from men? The number one thing that women want when they are seeking a partner to date is trustworthiness. First, she needs to know that …
4 in 10 cases of cancer can be prevented, say researchers.
The five lifestyle pillars to prevent brain decline.
While no one will argue the importance of building strong muscle tone, what might be more important to your health is the tone of a surprisingly complex nerve bundle that stretches…
A new study suggests different measures for defining “old age.”
Dining out increases overall exposure to potentially harmful chemicals.
We’ve all heard how even the slightest bit of light during sleep can affect our mood and sleep patterns. But new compelling research shows it may also have a link to melatonin levels affecting breast cancer.
Our posture not only shapes the way we feel, it shapes our ability to think
A team of researchers at the University of Virginia recently studied college students who were left alone in a room that was empty, except for a single button. When each student ar…
Death cannot stop true love.
CureA Journey into the Science of Mind over BodyBy Jo MarchantCrown Publishing GroupMy friend fishes the bottle out of her purse and I eagerly take her up on her offer, putting 10 …
Reclaiming ConversationThe Power of Talk in a Digital AgeBy Sherry TurklePenguin PressImagine a terrifying, dystopian world whose occupants would rather converse electronically, ev…
The Happiness TrackHow to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate your SuccessBy Emma Seppälä, PhDHarper OneThe pursuit of happiness shouldn’t be such hard work. That’s the ba…
A new study links optimism and less anxiety with an area in the brain called the Orbitofrontal cortex.
A look at bipolar statistics reveals that this mental illness affects approximately 5.7 million adults.
Giving clients control leads to better results.
How can CBD help you with anxiety, and is it safe?
Only one-third of people diagnosed with depression actually start treatment.
Reflecting on past fails can change your body’s response to stress.