White Nationalism, Born In The USA, Is Now A Global Terror Threat
White Nationalism, Born In The USA, Is Now A Global Terror Threat
by Art Jipson and Paul J. Becker
The recent massacre of 50 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand is the latest confirmation…
These Two Creams Team Up To Cut Skin Cancer Risk
These Two Creams Team Up To Cut Skin Cancer Risk
by Julia Evangelou
A combination of two topical creams already shown to clear precancerous lesions from sun-damaged skin also lowers the…
Lascivious Virgins And Lustful Itches In Early England
Lascivious Virgins And Lustful Itches In Early England
by Paige Donaghy
In the 18th and 19th centuries, masturbation was thought of as a “disease”, capable of causing psychological or…
Can Eating Certain Foods Make You Smarter?
Can Eating Certain Foods Make You Smarter?
by Margaret Morris and Michael Kendig
Trying to keep up with what constitutes a “healthy” diet can be exhausting. With unending options at the supermarket,…
How Unrealistic Striving For Academic Excellence Has A Personal Cost
How Unrealistic Striving For Academic Excellence Has A Personal Cost
by Tanya Chichekian
In my past experience as an academic adviser, it was difficult to explain to a disappointed family why their child did…
Helpful Keys to Help You Discover, Enjoy & Hold On to Happiness
Helpful Keys To Help You Discover, Enjoy And Hold On To Happiness
by Susan Shumsky, DD
Does happiness arise by attaining a certain status, or by finding the love of your life? If you chase happiness in the…
Why Preteen Boys Who Play Team Sports Have Less Depression
Why Preteen Boys Who Play Team Sports Have Less Depression
by Gerry Everding
New research links participation in team sports to larger hippocampal volumes in kids and less depression in boys ages…
Why Some People Are Wired To Be More Spontaneous Than Others
Why Some People Are Wired To Be More Spontaneous Than Others
by Parashkev Nachev
“Why can’t you just relax into it?” is a question many of us have asked in frustration with ourselves or others – be it…
6 Simple Ways To Fill Your Wardrobe With Sustainable Clothing
6 Simple Ways To Fill Your Wardrobe With Sustainable Clothing
by Sarah Lees
The environmental impact of fashion waste is overwhelming. Every year the UK alone sends 350,000 tons of clothing to…
A Family Breakfast Can Give Kids Good Body Image
A Family Breakfast Can Give Kids Good Body Image
by Sheena Rice
Eating breakfast as a family can help promote a positive body image for children and adolescents, a new study suggests.
Students walk on the Stanford University campus in Santa Clara, Calif. Stanford has a $24 billion endowment.  (the real scandal of american universities is subsidized privilege)
The Real Scandal Of American Universities Is Subsidized Privilege
by Neil McLaughlin
Scandal has thrust the troubling inequality of higher education in the U.S. into the spotlight. News media have…
Freedom of Being: Heed the Call and Dare to Live
Freedom of Being: Heed the Call and Dare to Live
by Randi B. Noyes
Viktor E. Frankl, in his book, Man's Search for Meaning, recounts his experiences in a concentration camp during World…
InnerSelf Newsletter: March 24th, 2019
InnerSelf Newsletter: March 24th, 2019
by InnerSelf Staff
This week we look at love... not the Valentine's Day kind of love, but love of self, love of others (human and not),…
Horoscope Current Week: March 25th to 31st, 2019
Horoscope Current Week: March 25th to 31st, 2019
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
The Ongoing Search for Love
The Ongoing Search for Love
by Sonja Grace
The search for love is one all humans, throughout lifetimes, have experienced. We search for those connections in each…
New Zealand Shows What Real Action to Stop Gun Violence Looks Like
New Zealand Shows What Real Action to Stop Gun Violence Looks Like
by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams
"On 15 March, our history changed forever. Now, our laws will, too," said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
New Evidence Suggests We Should Eat Fewer Eggs
New Evidence Suggests We Should Eat Fewer Eggs
by Marla Paul
Adults who eat more dietary cholesterol—such as that in eggs—have a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease…
How A Doula Helps Women Giving Birth?
How A Doula Helps Women Giving Birth?
by Meghan A. Bohren
Women have traditionally been supported by a companion during childbirth, and there is good evidence this benefits both…
How Compassion Can Triumph Over Toxic Childhood Trauma
How Compassion Can Triumph Over Toxic Childhood Trauma
by Sheri Madigan, et al
In a piece on the television show 60 Minutes, Oprah Winfrey discussed childhood trauma — shining a public spotlight on…
Why We Need A New Philosophy Of Sex
Why We Need A New Philosophy Of Sex
by Victoria Brooks
A number of years ago, I found myself at a public sex beach in southern France for research purposes. Unsurprisingly, I…
The Climate Solution Right Under Our Feet
The Climate Solution Right Under Our Feet
by Michaela Haas
The ideas behind regenerative farming are simple and ancient. The way to stop climate change might be buried in 300…
What Works For Me: Love Is All There Is
What Works For Me: Love Is All There Is
by Marie T. Russell, InnerSelf
Years ago, I knew someone who used to say "Love is all there is". This was his "mantra" and he repeated it often to…
From Enlightenment to Romance in One (Not So) Easy Step
From Enlightenment to Romance in One (Not So) Easy Step
by Cate Montana
As I hiked up the old E4 trail above the temple complex at Delphi, romance was the last thing on my mind let alone a…
Why The Unspoken Violence Of Border Walls Should Also Be Considered
Why The Unspoken Violence Of Border Walls Should Also Be Considered
by Nour Halabi
Ever since his days on the election campaign trail the US president, Donald Trump, has assured voters of his intentions…
Blind Mice Get Their Sight Back After Gene Insertion
Blind Mice Get Their Sight Back After Gene Insertion
by Robert Sanders
Scientists inserted a gene for a green-light receptor into the eyes of blind mice and, a month later, the mice were…
How A Team Approach Makes Full-day Kindergarten A Success
How A Team Approach Makes Full-day Kindergarten A Success
by Janette Pelletier and Christina Moore
Our youngest learners benefit when educators with complementary skills combine their expertise.
Teens Have Less Face Time With Their Friends – And Are Lonelier Than Ever
Teens Have Less Face Time With Their Friends – And Are Lonelier Than Ever
by Jean Twenge
Ask a teen today how she communicates with her friends, and she’ll probably hold up her smartphone. Not that she…
Why Rich Parents Are More Likely To Be Unethical
Why Rich Parents Are More Likely To Be Unethical
by David M. Mayer
Federal attorneys have arrested 50 people in a college admission scam that allowed wealthy parents to buy their kids’…
Are We Too Busy For Our Own Good?

Are We Too Busy For Our Own Good?

Alexander J. Berardi
The Secret To Ovulation Is In Women's Faces But Men Can't See It
The Secret To Ovulation Is In Women's Faces But Men Can't See It
by Robert Burriss
It’s not difficult to tell when a female chimpanzee is in heat. As she nears ovulation — the point in her cycle when…
The Countdown To Peak Tick Season Is Here
The Countdown To Peak Tick Season Is Here
by Rosa da Silva
With spring comes glorious sunshine, warmer weather — and ticks. Ticks and some insect pests can carry bacteria,…
Is Out of Body Intimacy Possible?
Is Out of Body Intimacy Possible?
by Lynn B. Robinson, PhD
What happens after death? Do deeply loving feelings exist when we are no longer in physical bodies?
The Dangers Of Your Pet On Pot, Or Even CBD
The Dangers Of Your Pet On Pot, Or Even CBD
by John P. Buchweitz
My family and I were on vacation in Florida recently and took advantage of a free afternoon to do some gift shopping…
How To Move Beyond Simplistic Debates That Demonize Islam
How To Move Beyond Simplistic Debates That Demonize Islam
by Edwina Pio
New Zealand is a religiously and ethnically diverse country with an almost negligible global terrorism index. Muslims…
Parents Of Girls Are Less Likely To Stress Computer Skills
Parents Of Girls Are Less Likely To Stress Computer Skills
by Matt Swayne
While most first-year college students in a new study had positive feelings about computing and computer-related majors…
Don't Wait For A Crisis – How To Start Planning Your Aged Care Now
Don't Wait For A Crisis – How To Start Planning Your Aged Care Now
by Alison Rahn
Most people prefer to die at home but few adequately plan for it. Consequently, just one in seven Australians dies at…
How Failure Helps Build Kids' Resilience
How Failure Helps Build Kids' Resilience
by Nicole Racine and Sheri Madigan
Bubble-wrapping children doesn’t work. They need to experience mild adversity, to know how to overcome it when they…
Having One Mental Health Disorder Increases Your Risks Of Getting Another
Having One Mental Health Disorder Increases Your Risks Of Getting Another
by Christine Bear, et al
New studies reveal that most psychiatric illnesses are related to one another. Tracing these connections, like the…
Big Gods Came After The Rise Of Civilizations, Not Before
Big Gods Came After The Rise Of Civilizations, Not Before
by Harvey Whitehouse, et al
What came first – all-seeing Gods or complex societies? When you think of religion, you probably think of a god who…
How The US Is Turning Back Progress On Access To Birth Control
How The US Is Turning Back Progress On Access To Birth Control
by Melissa Haussman
Last month, the U.S. administration officially announced its intention to block federal family planning funds for…
Why See China's Latest Sci-fi Blockbuster The Wandering Earth
Why See China's Latest Sci-fi Blockbuster The Wandering Earth
by Hiu Man Chan
As China demonstrated its space credentials by landing a lunar probe on the far side of the moon in January 2019, a…
Should You Eat More Mushrooms To Keep Your Brain Sharp?
Should You Eat More Mushrooms To Keep Your Brain Sharp?
by National University of Singapore
Seniors who consume more than two standard portions of mushrooms weekly may have 50 percent reduced odds of having mild…
How to Recognize and Develop Awareness and Intuition
How to Recognize and Develop Awareness and Intuition
by Nancy C. Pohle and Ellen L. Selover
Our physical senses -- hearing, sight, taste, smell, and touch -- are powerful receptors, able to retrieve immense…
How To Talk To Children About Terrorism

How To Talk To Children About Terrorism

Sarah Parry and Jez Oldfield
Study Suggests A Link Between Sleep Disorder And Parkinson’s
Study Suggests A Link Between Sleep Disorder And Parkinson’s
by Shawn Hayward
A large study of more than 1,200 patients provides important predictors of Parkinson’s disease progression, report…
New Research Shows Even Light Physical Activity Has Health Benefits
New Research Shows Even Light Physical Activity Has Health Benefits
by Richard Metcalfe
Most people probably don’t think of everyday activities – such as hanging out the washing or putting away the groceries…
How You Can Stand Out From The Crowd In A Very Competitive Job Market
How You Can Stand Out From The Crowd In A Very Competitive Job Market
by Amy Irwin and Gabi Lipan
The employment market is saturated with graduates who have good degrees and the right qualifications. So the question…
Should You Stand Or Walk On A Escalator? Left Side, Right Side?
Should You Stand Or Walk On A Escalator? Left Side, Right Side?
by Lesley Strawderman
Love them or hate them, traffic laws exist to keep people safe and to help vehicles flow smoothly. And while they…
Why We Must Narrate A History Beyond The 'Triumph Of Humanity' To Find Solutions To Climate Change
Why We Must Narrate A History Beyond The 'Triumph Of Humanity' To Find Solutions To Climate Change
by Amanda Power
One reason why people find it difficult to think about climate change and the future may be their understanding of…
How To Increase Your Healing Ability and Heal Yourself
How To Increase Your Healing Ability and Heal Yourself
by Marie T. Russell
Everyone has the power and the ability to connect with the life energy that brings in healing. You don't need training,…
Do You Have A Magnetic Compass In Your Head?
Do You Have A Magnetic Compass In Your Head?
by Shinsuke Shimojo, et al
Do human beings have a magnetic sense? Biologists know other animals do. They think it helps creatures including bees,…
Unscrambling Whether Eggs Are Good For You
Unscrambling Whether Eggs Are Good For You
by Tom Sanders
It’s hard to keep up with the message on eggs. Are they good for you or not? In the 1960s, people were told: “Go to…
Why You Shouldn't Bury Your Pet In The Backyard
Why You Shouldn't Bury Your Pet In The Backyard
by Rachel Allavena
Companion animals are part of our families, but inevitably the time comes for us to say goodbye to them due to old age…
A Parent's Guide To Protecting Your Kids From Online Hoaxes
A Parent's Guide To Protecting Your Kids From Online Hoaxes
by Joanne Orlando
It’s a parent’s responsibility to protect their children from harm, no matter where that threat of harm comes from. But…
How Driverless Cars Will Free Up Time For Work And Rest
How Driverless Cars Will Free Up Time For Work And Rest
by Zia Wadud
One of the most attractive things about driverless cars is their potential to free up the time spent driving from A to…
Food Allergies: What You Need To Know About The Role Your Skin Plays
Food Allergies: What You Need To Know About The Role Your Skin Plays
by Sara Brown
Food allergies are on the increase worldwide, ranging from minor inconvenience to possible sudden death, and leading to…
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