PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT

Can Genes Really Predict How Well You'll Do Academically?

Can Genes Really Predict How Well You'll Do Academically?

Daphne Martschenko, University of Cambridge
Living a Stress-Free Life Every Day
Living a Stress-Free Life Every Day
by Nora Caron
Sometimes in life we come to a point where we want to leave everything behind and run away from…
Why People Feel More Pain If They Carry A Grievance
Why People Feel More Pain If They Carry A Grievance
by Joanna McParland, Glasgow Caledonian University
We all experience the ups and downs of life sometimes. We might be treated badly by others or miss…
Why There Is No Healing Without Grief
Why There Is No Healing Without Grief
by Timothy Beal, Case Western Reserve University
For many women, people of color, LGBTQ people, Muslims and immigrants, the victory of Donald Trump…
We're All in Customer Service
We're All in Customer Service
by Marie T. Russell
I was speaking to a friend who is the head of a customer service department. She tells everyone in…

SOCIAL & POLITICAL

You May Be Traveling Less And That's A Good Thing
You May Be Traveling Less And That's A Good Thing
by Patrick Moriarty, Monash University
In 1900, humans travelled a total of just 0.2 trillion km by vehicle, nearly all by train. By 1950,…
Minimizing Crop Failures In A Changing Climate
Minimizing Crop Failures In A Changing Climate
by Stephen Whitfield and Julian Ramirez-Villegas, University of Leeds
In a context of unprecedented climate change and food insecurity, adaptation in agricultural…
How The World Reached The Brink Of Nuclear War Not Once But Twice In 1983
How The World Reached The Brink Of Nuclear War Not Once But Twice In 1983
by Nick Blackbourn, Edinburgh Napier University
In the autumn of 1983, at the height of Cold War tensions, the world was only saved from nuclear…
We Are Entering A New Era Of Migration And Not Just For People
We Are Entering A New Era Of Migration And Not Just For People
by Jessica Hellmann, University of Minnesota and David Ackerly, University of California, Berkeley
The world is watching as refugees flood into a Europe unprepared for the new arrivals. Conflict and…

INNERSELF VOICES

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Joy and Resilience: A Conscious Antidote to Stress
by Nancy Windheart
We know that we're in a great time of transition, of birthing a new way of being, living, and…
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Where Do We Go From Here?
by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf.com
Life can be confusing. There are so many things going on, so many choices presented to us. Even a…
Inspiration or Motivation: Which Works Best?
Inspiration or Motivation: Which Comes First?
by Alan Cohen
People who are enthusiastic about a goal find ways to achieve it and they do not need to be goaded…
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Allow The Fear, Transform It, Move Through It, and Understand It
by Lawrence Doochin
Fear feels crappy. There is no way around that. But most of us don't respond to our fear in a…
woman sitting at her desk looking worried
My Prescription for Anxiety and Worry
by Jude Bijou
We’re a society that likes to worry. Worrying is so prevalent, it almost feels socially acceptable.…

LIVING IN HARMONY

Confessions Of A Tone-deaf Music Professor

Confessions of A Tone-Deaf Music Professor

Michael Spitzer, University of Liverpool
What Is The Clever Chemistry That Can Stop Your Food Rotting
What Is The Clever Chemistry That Can Stop Your Food Rotting
by Simon Cotton, University of Birmingham
A hotel in Reykjavík has on display a McDonald’s burger and fries, seemingly undecomposed after…
Intelligent Machines Do A Better Job Than Humans in Medical Diagnosis
Intelligent Machines Do A Better Job Than Humans in Medical Diagnosis
by Ross Crawford, Queensland University of Technology; Anjali Jaiprakash, Queensland University of Technology, and Jonathan Roberts, Queensland University of Technology
Until now, medicine has been a prestigious and often extremely lucrative career choice. But in the…
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Cherry Concentrate Can Lower Blood Pressure As Much As Drugs
by Karen Keane, Northumbria University, Newcastle
Drinking cherry concentrate can lower systolic blood pressure for up to three hours, our latest…
Is Exposure To Plastics Making Men Infertile?
Is Exposure To Plastics Making Men Infertile?
by Richard Sharpe, University of Edinburgh
Recent research has reignited concerns that exposure to chemicals from plastics might be to blame…

MOST READ

How Living On The Coast Is Linked To Poor Health
How Living On The Coast Is Linked To Poor Health
by Jackie Cassell, Professor of Primary Care Epidemiology, Honorary Consultant in Public Health, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
The precarious economies of many traditional seaside towns have…
The Most Common Issues for Earth Angels: Love, Fear, and Trust
The Most Common Issues for Earth Angels: Love, Fear, and…
by Sonja Grace
As you experience being an earth angel, you will discover that the…
How Can I Know What's Best For Me?
How Can I Know What's Best For Me?
by Barbara Berger
One of the biggest things I've discovered working with clients…
Honesty: The Only Hope for New Relationships
Honesty: The Only Hope for New Relationships
by Susan Campbell, Ph.D.
According to most of the singles I have met in my travels, the…
What Men’s Roles In 1970s Anti-sexism Campaigns Can Teach Us About Consent
What Men’s Roles In 1970s Anti-sexism Campaigns Can Teach…
by Lucy Delap, University of Cambridge
The 1970s anti-sexist men’s movement had an infrastructure of…
Chakra Healing Therapy: Dancing toward the Inner Champion
Chakra Healing Therapy: Dancing toward the Inner Champion
by Glen Park
Flamenco dancing is a delight to watch. A good flamenco dancer exudes…
Taking A Step Toward Peace by Changing Our Relationship With Thought
Stepping Toward Peace by Changing Our Relationship With…
by John Ptacek
We spend our lives immersed in a flood of thoughts, unaware that…
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Is Jupiter a Planet of Hope or a Planet of Discontent?
by Steven Forrest and Jeffrey Wolf Green
In the American dream as it's currently dished up, we try to do two…
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How Did Iceland’s Pirate Party Become So Popular?
by Benjamin Leruth, University of Kent
Iceland’s Pirate Party started life as a minor political movement…
How To Reduce Injuries In Kids That Don't Involve Wrapping Them In Bubble Wrap
How To Reduce Injuries In Kids That Don't Involve Wrapping…
by Kate Hunter and Lisa Keay, George Institute for Global Health
We all do our best to protect our kids from harm, but the adventures…
Just What Does Motivate Students To Work Harder?
Just What Does Motivate Students To Work Harder?
by Matthew G Springer, Vanderbilt University
Rewarding teachers financially for student achievement is an…
The Fashionable History Of Social Distancing
The Fashionable History Of Social Distancing
by Einav Rabinovitch-Fox
As the world grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, “social…
The Surprising Links Between Family Dinner and Good Health
The Surprising Links Between Family Dinner and Good Health
by Katherine Gustafson
Adults who prepare quality meals for children are offering something…
Coronavirus-related Debt Will Live In Digital Profiles For Years
Coronavirus-related Debt Will Live In Digital Profiles For…
by Michele Gilman
Long after the COVID-19 health emergency ends, many Americans will…

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