Entries tagged with “Technology”
Media task-switching is linked to increased anxiety, depression, and mental exhaustion. Try this simple, 30-second ritual to establish positive associations with tech breaks.
Pull out your smartphone and get ready to download these healthy tools.
Cal Newport suggests a radical notion: Do we really need our smartphones?
Do you know where your phone is right now? If it beeps or vibrates, will you keep reading this or stop to check the notification? Of course you’ll stop and check. We all do it. In…
You’re taking a morning walk with your best friend around a pristine lake, when suddenly an alligator lunges out of the water. The two of you leap onto the nearest tree and begin t…
Cognitive overload is a term psychologists use when referring to dealing with too much information or too many tasks. Such overload can impair our memory and decision making, and c…
An Interview with Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara
When it comes to improving sleep, do measuring apps and biohacks help or hinder? The answer isn’t the same for everyone.
A twist on the Flash Mob is helping to save historic Catholic churches.
Some sleeping woes can be blamed on the Internet.
Take your health into your hands, quite literally, with these finds from S&H.
A look at an innovative medical technology called photoacoustic imaging technique, a non-invasive process that uses the conversion of light and sound to create functional, molecular, and structural imaging.
Take these two actions to set boundaries around your phone and social media.
“How much space do our dreams and griefs, our hopes and losses, need to have to have room enough?”