Entries tagged with “Science”
Take the plunge for all these health benefits:
“We all want our future self to be happy, so we ask: ‘What can I do to relieve this person’s suffering?’
Science and religion aren't enemies. A healthy conversation between them offers valuable lessons.
Discover the symptoms of a damaged or broken metabolism.
Researcher (and new S&H columnist) Emma Seppala, unpacks the latest studies on happiness and offers a new way forward in her new book The Happiness Track: How to Apply the Scie…
Healthy brains, just like healthy bodies, can better withstand the tests of time. Here are the top five tips to keep your mind sharp.
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…
Be healthier through one simple choice every day: be optimistic
“Something unknown is doing we don’t know what” — this is how physicist Arthur Eddington described the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principal, the vexing fact that science can never pin …
Rediscovering an ancient hour alone, at night, with God.
The effect of the full moon on sleep patterns.
New research could deliver sensation to prosthetics, as if they are living parts of the body.
As we look at labels, it's important to understand what we are actually putting into our bodies, and why artificial sweeteners are harmful.
Our posture not only shapes the way we feel, it shapes our ability to think
About fifteen years ago, Robert E. Thayer, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at California State University Long Beach and author of the recent book The Origin of Everyday Moods (Ox…
Death cannot stop true love.
Reclaiming ConversationThe Power of Talk in a Digital AgeBy Sherry TurklePenguin PressImagine a terrifying, dystopian world whose occupants would rather converse electronically, ev…
How Your Brain Thinks, Feels, and Decides
Want to remember something? Draw it!
Drs. David and Austin Perlmutter explain how we can rewire our brains to develop healthier habits.