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Entries tagged with “Research”

Honey: The Sweet Solution to Antibiotic Resistance

Since ancient times, honey has been used as a natural cure for infections, burns, and wounds; but as with most natural remedies, it was eventually replaced by modern medicine. Conv…

How a Neighborhood Can Promote Happiness

What surrounds your home is important to wellbeing.

How Giving Thanks Changes Communities

The impacts of gratitude on our communities.

How Loneliness Makes You Sick

A new study sheds light on why being lonely is such a major health risk.

How Our Microbes Tie Us to Every Living Thing on Earth

Human microbiome science is forcing us again to reevaluate who we are…

Intentional Touch Shows Benefits for the Toucher

We all know the power of touch. Beginning at birth, physical touch is paramount in the health of a newborn and that desire for loving touch remains throughout our entire life. The …

Is a Healthier Diet More Wasteful?

How to waste less fruits and vegetables.

Is It Dangerous Being a Night Owl?

A new study suggests evening types have it a bit rougher.

Is Your Messy Kitchen Making You Overeat?

According to science, avoiding unhealthy snacking can actually be as easy as decluttering your kitchen.

Leg Health Connects to Your Brain

Want to keep your noggin happy? Pump those legs!

Making Mealtime Better for Dementia Sufferers

Creating a family atmosphere, playing music help people eat better.

Meditation Vs. Vacation

Or better yet... meditate while on vacation!

Our Memory Capacity Is Greater Than We Knew

Scientists have discovered ten times more memory capacity in the human brain.

Religious Children Share Less and Judge More

Study reveals how secularization increases kindness

Ritual Science

A new field of research explores how diverse spiritual practices use the same scents, sounds, and movements to tap into our deepest selves.

Sorry, But Opposites Do Not Attract

A new study shows humans are drawn to people who are similar to them, whether it’s for romance or friendship.

Stereotypes Affect Our Predictions

The decisions we make for others can be skewed by how we perceive a group.

Struggling with Food Cravings? Mindfulness Can Help

Do you struggle with intense food cravings? If so, you understand that powerless feeling—when the craving takes control and you begin to feel like a passenger in Mr. Toad’s W…

Succeeding at Personal Transformation

Research reveals the following trends about why most people don’t succeed in creating positive change in their lives and how to improve their odds.

The Fascinating Benefits Of Figs

It’s time to branch out and chomp down on this sweet, plump dried fruit.

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