This Water-based Air Conditioner Cools Without Harmful Chemicals
This Water-based Air Conditioner Cools Without Harmful Chemicals
by National University of Singapore
A new water-based air-conditioning system cools air to as low as 18 degrees Celsius (about 64 degrees Fahrenheit)…
Why You Don’t Want Someone to Save the World
Why You Don’t Want Someone to Save the World
by Wyatt Massey, YES! Magazine
The conversations usually play out something like this: “something something and she is going to save the world” or…
This Time Of Day May Be Riskiest For Overeating
This Time Of Day May Be Riskiest For Overeating
by Chanapa Tantibanchachai-Johns Hopkins
People who are overweight may be at higher risk for overeating in the evening hours, especially when experiencing…
Is There A Bilingual Advantage For Kids With Autism?
Is There A Bilingual Advantage For Kids With Autism?
by Katherine Gombay-McGill
Being bilingual may make it easier for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) to switch gears from one task to…
To Better Focus On A New Task, Try This Plan

To Better Focus On A New Task, Try This Plan

Peter Kelley-University of Washington
Contemplation on Success: Stop Trying and Start Doing
Contemplation on Success: Stop Trying and Start Doing
by Peter & Helen Evans
In many of our life's endeavors we say, "Oh well, I tried", and take our failure as "a lesson to be learned". Too…
4 Ways Having A Pet Increases Your Lifespan
4 Ways Having A Pet Increases Your Lifespan
by Janette Young, University of South Australia
Pet owners will often swear their beloved pooch or moggie does wonders for their wellbeing, and now we have empirical…
The Y Chromosome Is Disappearing – So What Will Happen To Men?
The Y Chromosome Is Disappearing – So What Will Happen To Men?
by Darren Griffin and Peter Ellis, University of Kent
The Y chromosome may be a symbol of masculinity, but it is becoming increasingly clear that it is anything but strong…
The Netherlands Can Feed the World. Here’s Why It Shouldn’t
The Netherlands Can Feed the World. Here’s Why It Shouldn’t
by Olga Mecking, YES! Magazine
Recently, National Geographic published an article called “This Tiny Country Feeds the World,” where the author…
Swedish Death Cleaning: How To Declutter Your Home And Life

Swedish Death Cleaning: How To Declutter Your Home And Life

Rachel Connor, Leeds Beckett University
Re-criminalizing Cannabis Is Worse Than 1930s Reefer Madness
Re-criminalizing Cannabis Is Worse Than 1930s Reefer Madness
by Miriam Boeri, Bentley University
In the 1930s, parents across the U.S. were panicked. A new documentary, “Reefer Madness,” suggested that evil marijuana…
How To Use Intuition As A Tool for Self-Healing
How To Use Intuition As A Tool For Self-Healing
by Carol Ritberger, Ph.D.
We are so conditioned to using our five physical senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell), that we expect…
Why Is Climate Change's 2 Degrees Celsius Of Warming Limit So Important?
Why Is Climate Change's 2 Degrees Celsius Of Warming Limit So Important?
by David Titley, Pennsylvania State University
If you read or listen to almost any article about climate change, it’s likely the story refers in some way to the “2…
Disasters Are Destroying Places We Hold Dear. What We Do Next Will Make All The Difference
Disasters Are Destroying Places We Hold Dear. What We Do Next Will Make All The Difference
by Stephen Miller, Ensia
When fires, floods and other major disruptions alter natural areas, our first instinct is to restore what’s lost. But…
Automation, Robots And The End Of Work Myth
Automation, Robots And The End Of Work Myth
by Tony Dundon and Debra Howcroft, University of Manchester
Can you imagine traveling to work in a robotic “Jonnycab” like the one predicted in the cult Arnold Schwarzenegger…
Which Medicines Don’t Go Well With Flying?
Which Medicines Don’t Go Well With Flying?
by Nial Wheate, University of Sydney
Every day, more than 10 million people take a flight somewhere in the world. While flying is relatively safe, the…
Avoid These 10 Stealth Microplastics If You Want To Save The Oceans
Avoid These 10 Stealth Microplastics If You Want To Save The Oceans
by Sharon George and Deirdre McKay, Keele University
Theresa May’s new environment plan sets ambitious goals for plastic waste reduction. But there’s lots of room for…
Picture Perfect: Treasure Mapping as a Visionary Tool
Picture Perfect: Treasure Mapping as a Visionary Tool
by Alan Cohen
As we have entered our new year, what kind of mental pictures are you holding about it? Are you enthusiastically…
Why Are Some People Are More Creative Than Others?

Why Are Some People Are More Creative Than Others?

Roger Beaty, Harvard University
Britannia, Druids And The Surprisingly Modern Origins Of Myths
Britannia, Druids And The Surprisingly Modern Origins Of Myths
by Matthew Kelly, Northumbria University, Newcastle
The new TV series Britannia, which has won plaudits as heralding a new generation of British folk-horror, is clearly…
Extreme Weather Cost A Record Breaking $1.5 Trillion And Counting in 2017
Extreme Weather Cost A Record Breaking $1.5 Trillion And Counting in 2017
by Mark Trahant, YES! Magazine
The Trump administration, and its allies in Congress, are fighting a losing war. They continue to press forward for the…
Why More Men Are Wearing Makeup Than Ever Before
Why More Men Are Wearing Makeup Than Ever Before
by Glen Jankowski, Leeds Beckett University
Male grooming is now a multi-billion worldwide industry, thanks to a growing number of men spending more on their…
Mirror Mirror on the Wall: What Lesson Are You Teaching Me Today?
Mirror Mirror on the Wall: What Lesson Are You Teaching Me Today?
by Shakti Gawain
If we accept that life is always trying to teach us exactly what we need to learn, we can view everything that happens…
After #MeToo: Healing From the Trauma of Sexual Assault
After #MeToo: Healing From the Trauma of Sexual Assault
by Desdemona Dallas, YES! Magazine
Within two weeks, 94 percent of women survivors will experience PTSD. #HealMeToo wants to give them a place to share…
This Is How Your Stress Turns Into Sickness
This Is How Your Stress Turns Into Sickness
by Sarina Gleason-Michigan State
Certain types of stress interact with immune cells and can regulate how these cells respond to allergens, ultimately…
How This Grocery Store Program Pushed Farmers To Go Green
How This Grocery Store Program Pushed Farmers To Go Green
by Danielle Torrent Tucker-Stanford University
A program of one of the five largest supermarket chains in South Africa, drove increased adoption of environmental…
Are You Living in the Present or the Past?
Are You Living in the Present or the Past?
by Thubten Chodron
When observing our mind, we may notice that much time is spent thinking about the past and the future. Thoughts and…
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Horoscope Current Week: January 15 to 21, 2018
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
In The Face of Suffering, Invest Your Heart and Soul in the Peace Within
In The Face of Suffering, Invest Your Heart and Soul in the Peace Within
by Maresha Donna Ducharme
If you were asked to take a moment to observe your choices in life through witness consciousness, what would you find?…
Minding Our Words and Saying What We Really Mean
Minding Our Words and Saying What We Really Mean
by Ellen Tadd
Telepathy is the language of communication in the spiritual realm. Imagine knowing the thoughts of all the people…
5 Key Ways to Turn Retirement into Renewal
5 Key Ways to Turn Retirement into Renewal
by Thelma Reese
Life expectancy has given senior men a whole new phase of life to explore. There’s no reason to see this as a dead end.…
What Do Single, Older Women Want?
What Do Single, Older Women Want?
by Yvonne Hartman and Sandy Darab, Southern Cross University
The “great dream” of owning your own home is rapidly proving to be an illusion for many in the early 21st century.
How To Prevent Food Allergies In Your Kids?
How To Prevent Food Allergies In Your Kids?
by Jennifer Koplin, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
With the rise in food allergies over the last ten to 20 years, parents are understandably concerned about what – if…
Is It Possible To Fly Sustainably?
Is It Possible To Fly Sustainably?
by Andrew Glover, RMIT University
Many will have just jetted back from a well-deserved summer holiday over the Christmas and New Year period. Plenty of…
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Home Biogas Is Turning Food Waste Into Renewable Energy
by Samuel Alexander, University of Melbourne
Last night I cooked my family a delicious pasta dinner using biogas energy. This morning we all had eggs cooked on…
Enter the Silence: Discover Freedom and Paradise
Enter the Silence and Discover Freedom and Paradise
by Amy Taylor
Deep within you is a place of infinite calm, an oasis of peace, love, wisdom, power, healing. All you need lies within…
How To Break The Chains Of Unskillful Solutions That Were Handed Down To Us
Breaking The Chains Of Unskillful Solutions That Were Handed Down To Us
by Ira Israel
There is no plan B. It is up to us to break the chains of unskillful solutions that were handed down to us, to…
6 Easy Ways To Encourage Children To Eat Less Sugar
6 Easy Ways To Encourage Children To Eat Less Sugar
by Sophia Komninou, Swansea University
A new campaign from Public Health England is urging parents to limit snacks for children to two a day, and 100 calories…
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana
by C. Michael White, University of Connecticut
On January 4 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole memo, a 2013 document that limits federal…
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