Will Technology Take Your Job?
Will Technology and Robots Take Your Job?
in Science & Technology by David Fagan, Queensland University of Technology
We all want to know how many jobs will be threatened by the rise of robots and technology. You might feel vulnerable if…
How Very Low-calorie Diets Reverse Diabetes
How Very Low-calorie Diets Reverse Diabetes
in Healing Diet by Ziba Kashef-Yale University
New research clarifies the mechanisms by which caloric restriction rapidly reverses type 2 diabetes. One in three…
Millions, Billions, Trillions: How To Make Sense Of Numbers In The News
Millions, Billions, Trillions: How To Make Sense Of Numbers In The News
in Prosperity & Finance by Andrew D. Hwang, College of the Holy Cross
National discussions of crucial importance to ordinary citizens – such as funding for scientific and medical research,…
Abundance Lives Inside of You
Abundance and Inner Peace Already Live Inside of You
in Prosperity & Finance by Susan Smith Jones
For many people, abundance and prosperity are tied to their level of self-esteem. You make a good living, pay your…
Feeling Guilty About Drinking? Well, Ask The Saints
Feeling Guilty About Drinking? Well, Ask The Saints
in Leisure & Creativity by Michael Foley, Baylor University
Each year the holidays bring with them an increase in both the consumption of alcohol and concern about drinking’s…
The Dangers And Potential Of Natural Opioid Kratom
The Dangers And Potential Of Natural Opioid Kratom
in Herbs & Supplements by C. Michael White, University of Connecticut
Given the opioid addiction crisis, it would seem preposterous that an opioid is legal for use in the United States and…
Why Climate Change Requires Anti-Smoking Tactics
Why Climate Change Requires Anti-Smoking Tactics
in Environmental Health by Simon Dalby, Wilfrid Laurier University
Infectious diseases are spreading faster due to warmer temperatures, hunger and malnourishment is worsening, allergy…
Why Video Games Are The New IQ Tests
Why Video Games Are The New IQ Tests
in Science & Technology by Peter Cowling; Anders Drachen and Athanasios Kokkinakis, University of York
Gamers won’t be surprised. We and our colleagues have discovered a link between people’s ability to play video games…
Creating Your Experience by Opening Your Eyes, Your Mind, Your Inner Ear
Creating Your Experience by Opening Your Eyes, Your Mind, Your Inner Ear
in Leisure & Creativity by Ernest Holmes
Did you ever say to yourself, "I wish that I might never again be afraid of anything"? Or have you met someone who had…
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Why Your Parents’ Lifestyles Can Determine Your Health – Even As An adult
in Health & Wellness by Sandy Tubeuf, University of Leeds
We don’t choose our parents, their jobs or their health. And we don’t have a say in whether or not they smoke, nor in…
Are You Playing Too Small? Set and Achieve Bigger Goals
Are You Playing Too Small? Set and Achieve Bigger Goals
in Career & Success by Jim Donovan
It's fascinating to me that so many sales organization man­agers complain that their employees typically reach the…
14 Signs Your Daughter May Have ADHD
14 Signs Your Daughter May Have ADHD
in Diseases & Conditions by Meadow Schroeder, University of Calgary
When asked to describe a typical child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), most people would describe…
Here’s When To Buy LED Light Bulbs
Here’s When To Buy LED Light Bulbs
in Science & Technology by Jim Erickson-University Of Michigan
A new study recommends replacing all incandescent and halogen light bulbs in your home now with compact fluorescent…
The More Air Pollution, The More The Mental Distress
The More Air Pollution, The More The Mental Distress
in Environmental Health by Kim Eckart-University Of Washington
The higher the level of particulates in the air, a new study shows, the greater the indications of psychological…
How Dogs And Cats Can Get Their Day In Court
How Dogs And Cats Can Get Their Day In Court
in Pets & You by Jessica Rubin, University of Connecticut
In 2016, the FBI started to track animal cruelty, including neglect, torture and sexual abuse, because of disturbing…
What The First Thanksgiving Dinner Actually Looked Like
What The First Thanksgiving Dinner Actually Looked Like
in Leisure & Creativity by Julie Lesnik, Wayne State University
Most Americans probably don’t realize that we have a very limited understanding of the first Thanksgiving, which took…
The Long, Strange History Of Diets and Dieting Fads
The Long, Strange History Of Diets and Dieting Fads
in Healing Diet by Melissa Wdowik, Colorado State University
Let’s jump back to 1028, the year William the Conqueror was born. Healthy most of his life, he became so overweight in…
Why Teen Mental Health Has Deteriorated Over Last 5 Years
Why Teen Mental Health Has Deteriorated Over Last 5 Years
in Health & Wellness by Jean Twenge, San Diego State University
Around 2012, something started going wrong in the lives of teens.
In America's Sandwiches, The Story Of A Nation
In America's Sandwiches, The Story Of A Nation
in Food & Nutrition by Paul Freedman, Yale University; et al
Everyone has a favorite sandwich, often prepared to an exacting degree of specification: Turkey or ham? Grilled or…
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The Strange Story Of Turkey Tails
in Food & Nutrition by Michael Carolan, Colorado State University
Intensive livestock farming is a huge global industry that serves up millions of tons of beef, pork and poultry every…
Food Labelled Snack Leaves You Hungrier Than Food Labelled Meal
Food Labelled Snack Leaves You Hungrier Than Food Labelled Meal
in Food & Nutrition by Jane Ogden, University of Surrey
Eating pasta labelled “snack” rather than “meal” made people eat more later on, our latest study found. We also found…
Expanding the Healing Process: It's Not Just About You
Expanding the Healing Process: It's Not Just About You
in Healing Disciplines by Nauman Naeem MD
Healing is not just about you. It is about healing the whole of humanity, which is currently suffering in unprecedented…
What Are Your Talents and Strengths?
What Are Your Talents and Strengths?
in Career & Success by Mark Thurston, PhD.
You, like everyone, have special talents that equip you for a creative, fulfilling life. Some of your talents have…
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5 Reasons Not To Spray The Bugs In Your Garden
in Gardening by Lizzy Lowe, Macquarie University; et al
The weather is getting warmer, and gardens are coming alive with bees, flies, butterflies, dragonflies, praying…
Here's What We Think Alzheimer's Does To The Brain
Here's What We Think Alzheimer's Does To The Brain
in Diseases & Conditions by Anna Cranston, University of Aberdeen
Around 50m people worldwide are thought to have Alzheimer’s disease. And with rapidly ageing populations in many…
How To Know When Telepathic Animal Communication Real?
How To Know When Telepathic Animal Communication Is Real
in Pets & You by Nancy Windheart
It’s vitally important to learn to differentiate between our own human ideas and thoughts and telepathic communication…
Can Brown Fat Really Help With Weight Loss?
Can Brown Fat Really Help With Weight Loss?
in Health & Wellness by Andrew Carey and Bronwyn Kingwell, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
There have been hyped reports of late about “brown fat”. Different from the fat we mostly have (white fat), brown fat…
5 Quick Ways to Get Down To Earth and Be Comfortable in Your Body
5 Quick Ways to Get Down To Earth and Be Comfortable in Your Body
in Healing Disciplines by Judith Poole
We cannot be truly healthy, have vitality and experience joy without being comfortable and at home in our bodies. As…
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Sheep Can Recognize Celebrities From Photographs
in Science & Technology by Catherine Douglas, Newcastle University
Sheep are surprisingly smart. New research from the University of Cambridge shows the animals can learn to recognise…
Why Saunas Really Are Good For Your Health
Why Saunas Really Are Good For Your Health
in Health & Wellness by Setor Kunutsor, University of Bristol
Things are hotting up in the world of sauna research. Previously, anecdotal claims of possible benefits were rarely…
Is Your Home Your Ally? by Denise Linn
Your Home Is Your Ally on Your Spiritual Path
in Feng Shui by Denise Linn
Your home can be your greatest ally in helping you to achieve your potential. This is true because your home is not…
Thousands Of Genes Act Differently In Men And Women
Thousands Of Genes Act Differently In Men And Women
in Science & Technology by Jenny Graves, La Trobe University
Most of us are familiar with the genetic differences between men and women. Men have X and Y sex chromosomes, and women…
How Burnout Is Plaguing Doctors And Harming Patients
How Burnout Is Plaguing Doctors And Harming Patients
in Health & Wellness by Jay Desai, University of Southern California
The presidential symposium at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Child Neurology Society of America in early October in…
Finding Life Balance and Harmony by Living in Joy
How To Find Life Balance, Harmony, and Joy
in Career & Success by Rosalyn Harwood
As I sit at the computer, reading my email, I am also blow drying my hair, typing with one hand. My back starts to ache…
Do Vitamin Supplements Prevent Macular Degeneration?
Do Vitamin Supplements Prevent Macular Degeneration?
in Herbs & Supplements by Clare Collins, University of Newcastle
Vitamin and mineral supplements won’t prevent the development of age-related macular degeneration. However, there’s…
Why Strength Training Can Have Unique Health Benefits
Why Strength Training Can Have Unique Health Benefits
in Fitness & Exercise by Emmanuel Stamatakis, University of Sydney
Most of us probably know exercising is associated with a smaller risk of premature death, but a new study has found…
Is Daylight Saving Time Worth The Trouble?
Is Daylight Saving Time Worth The Trouble?
in Science & Technology by Laura Grant, Claremont McKenna College
Today the sun is shining during my commute home from work. But this weekend, public service announcements will remind…
The Social Impact Of Gambling Should Not Be Underestimated
The Social Impact Of Gambling Should Not Be Underestimated
in Prosperity & Finance by Crystal Fulton, University College Dublin
The UK government is mulling a review of the regulations on fixed odds betting terminals commonly found in pubs and…
Free Will, Quantum Science, Heart Consciousness, and Creativity
Free Will, Quantum Science, Heart Consciousness, and Creativity
in Leisure & Creativity by Amit Goswami, Ph.D.
If you want to change your life today—to make it radically different tomorrow—you must engage in the creative process.…
New Evidence Says High-Fat Diet Extends Life And Strength
Research Shows High-Fat Diet Extends Life And Strength
in Healing Diet by Trina Wood-UC Davis
A high-fat, or ketogenic, diet not only increases longevity, but also improves physical strength, according to new…
Is Margarine Actually Better For You Than Butter?
Is Margarine Actually Better For You Than Butter?
in Healing Diet by Evangeline Mantzioris, University of South Australia
Only 20 years ago butter was the public villain – contributing to raised cholesterol levels and public concern over an…
The Menopause: Dreaded, Derided And Seldom Discussed
The Menopause: Dreaded, Derided And Seldom Discussed
in Diseases & Conditions by Isabel de Salis, University of Bristol
Women experience the menopause between the ages of around 45 and 55, but their experiences of this significant stage of…
BBC's Carnage Imagines A Vegan Utopia Where Animals Live As Equals
BBC's Carnage Imagines A Vegan Utopia Where Animals Live As Equals
in Pets & You by Matthew Adams, University of Brighton
Will our grandchildren look back, 50 years from now, at a time when human beings ate other animals as one in which…
Are Red Skies At Night Really A Shepherd and Sailor's Delight?
Are Red Skies At Night Really A Shepherd and Sailor's Delight?
in Science & Technology by Daniel Brown, Nottingham Trent University
Humans have always used simple observations of nature to try to understand our complex environment and even the wider…