How Dolphins Learn To Work Together For Rewards
How Dolphins Learn To Work Together For Rewards
by Stephanie King
Cooperation can be found across the animal kingdom, in behaviors such as group hunting, raising of young, and driving…
5 Reasons Why People Fall For Scams And How To Avoid Them
5 Reasons Why People Fall For Scams And How To Avoid Them
by Dr. Paul Seager
Con artists, fraudsters and their hapless victims are a staple of the news cycle and hardly a week seems to pass…
How We Constantly Create False Memories To Achieve The Identity We Want
How We Constantly Create False Memories To Achieve The Identity We Want
by Giuliana Mazzoni
We all want other people to “get us” and appreciate us for who we really are. In striving to achieve such…
What The Season Of Fall Teaches Us About Life And Death
What The Season Of Fall Teaches Us About Life And Death
by Samer Zaky
I was launched as one; and ended up being trillions of them. The cells composing my body are amazing micro-machines; one…
How To Eat Vegetarian While Out And On-the-Go
How To Eat Vegetarian While Out And On-the-Go
by Doreen Virtue
One way to ensure that you'll enjoy a variety of delicious vegetarian meals is by eating out, but many new vegetarians…
A Team Model May Leave Fewer Students Feeling Left Out
A Team Model May Leave Fewer Students Feeling Left Out
by Angie Hunt
A new model could help make college students working together in teams feel more included, according to a new paper.
What's the Goal? Being A Buddhist, or Being A Buddha?
What's the Goal? Being A Buddhist, or Being A Buddha?
by Woody Hochswender, Greg Martin & Ted Morino
Buddhism explains the profound truths of life. But it also provides an immensely practical method for overcoming…
5 Ways Small Actions Have Huge Power
5 Ways Small Actions Have Huge Power
by Sarah Lazarovic
To those who take the bus or refuse plastic toothbrushes: Don’t listen to the cynics. Research shows the little things…
How Obesity Can Boost Your Risk Of Asthma
How Obesity Can Boost Your Risk Of Asthma
by Caitlin Coyle
Obesity changes how airway muscles function, which increases the risk of developing asthma, a new study suggests. The…
Is There An Unhappiness Epidemic?
Is There An Unhappiness Epidemic?
by Jean Twenge
We’d all like to be a little happier. The problem is that much of what determines happiness is outside of our control.…
What Is The Way of the Circle?
What Is The Way of the Circle?
by J.T. Garrett and Michael Garrett.
The 'Way of the Circle' is passed down from generation to generation, from Native American Elders to the children in…
Is Apple Cider Vinegar Good For You?
Is Apple Cider Vinegar Good For You?
by Gabriel Neal
When my brother and I were kids back in the ‘80s, we loved going to Long John Silver’s. But it wasn’t just for the…
5 Math Skills Your Child Needs To Get Ready For Kindergarten
5 Math Skills Your Child Needs To Get Ready For Kindergarten
by Susan Sonnenschein, Rebecca Dowling, and Shari Renee Metzger
Parents play a critical role in their children’s early math education. They not only can provide math-related toys and…
Love, Marriage, and Divorce: Rethinking How Marriage Works
Love, Marriage, and Divorce: Rethinking How Marriage Works
by Stuart Wilde
We can only trace romantic love back to about a thousand years ago. Prior to that, there wasn't any romantic love. It's…
How Climate Change Will Reshape The World’s Agricultural Trade
How Climate Change Will Reshape The World’s Agricultural Trade
by Luciana Porfiri, David Newth, and John Finnigan
Ending world hunger is a central aspiration of modern society. To address this challenge – along with expanding…
A Sugar Pill Just Might Control Your Chronic Pain
A Sugar Pill Just Might Control Your Chronic Pain
by Marla Paul
Researchers have developed a way to reliably predict which chronic pain patients will respond to a sugar placebo pill…
How Playing Sound Through The Skin Improves Hearing In Noisy Places
How Playing Sound Through The Skin Improves Hearing In Noisy Places
by Sean R Mills and Mark Fletcher
Hundreds of thousands of people with severe hearing loss depend on surgically implanted electronic devices to recover…
What To Do When the Offender is Me
What To Do When the Offender is Me
by Carolyn Baker Ph.D.
In one of her video lectures, Carolyn Myss reminds each John or Jane Doe in her audience that just as he/she is working…
How Pride Actually Benefits The Greater Good
How Pride Actually Benefits The Greater Good
by Andrea Estrada
Pride may not be such a bad thing, according to new research. In fact, it may be how humans stay connected. Human…
Does A Daily Low-dose Aspirin Reduce Heart-attack Risk In Healthy People?
Does A Daily Low-dose Aspirin Reduce Heart-attack Risk In Healthy People?
by John McNeil
Taking low-dose aspirin daily doesn’t preserve good health or delay the onset of disability or dementia in healthy…
InnerSelf Newsletter: September 16th, 2018
InnerSelf Newsletter: September 16th, 2018
by InnerSelf Staff
This week we reflect on authenticity. Trying to please others, reaching for someone else's goal for you, trying to "fit…
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Horoscope Current Week: September 17 to 23, 2018
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
The True Meaning of Authenticity
The True Meaning of Authenticity
by Teal Swan
Each and every person comes into this life as a unique expression of Source consciousness. This means each person comes…
Who Wants To Live To A Hundred?
Who Wants To Live To A Hundred?
by Paul Higgs and Chris Gilleard
While the ageing of society has become one of the givens in today’s world, less is made of the lived experience of the…
Suspending Little Kids Can Do More Harm Than Good
Suspending Little Kids Can Do More Harm Than Good
by Jared Wadley
When schools suspend kindergartners and first-graders, some find it a challenge to turn things around in their academic…
Can You Tell Fact From Fiction In The News?

Can You Tell Fact From Fiction In The News?

Kathleen Williams and Jocelyn Nettlefold
How To Find The Right Words To Talk About Pregnancy Loss
How To Find The Right Words To Talk About Pregnancy Loss
by Jeanette Littlemore Kate Rumbold and Sarah Turner
Pregnancy loss can be an isolating experience for women and their families. The grief experienced may be intense, but…
Mastering The Art of Loving: A Lifelong Challenge
Mastering The Art of Loving Is A Lifelong Challenge
by Armin A. Zadeh
Can love be learned? In principle, yes, but there are important requirements. Love necessitates a positive, embracing…
Our Taste For Beer May Go Back 13,000 Years
Our Taste For Beer May Go Back 13,000 Years
by Melissa De Witte
Researchers have discovered evidence of the earliest brewmasters to date, a finding that might stir an old debate: What…
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What a Society Designed for Well-Being Looks Like
by Tabita Green
Economic justice goes a long way toward improving mental health up and down the socioeconomic ladder.
Accept and Validate: Acceptance Is The Magic That Makes Change Possible
Acceptance Is The Magic That Makes Change Possible
by Vimala McClure
Acceptance is the hallmark of many Eastern teachings. The opposite of acceptance and validation is judgment and denial,…
How Light and Life Always Guide Us Home

How Light and Life Always Guide Us Home

Jacob Liberman, O.D., Ph.D.
Minority Job Applicants With Strong Racial Identities May Encounter Less Pay And Lower Odds Of Getting Hired
Minority Job Applicants: Less Pay And Lower Odds Of Getting Hired
by George B. Cunningham
Race-based discrimination is common in the hiring process. For example, racial minorities are less likely than whites…
Is That Midlife Crisis Really Alzheimer's Disease?
Is That Midlife Crisis Really Alzheimer's Disease?
by Carmela Tartaglia
Imagine you tell your 55 year-old mom you’re going to get married and she’s too disorganized to help you with the…
The American Dream: Our Energy Quality Determines Our Output Quality
The American Dream: Our Energy Quality Determines Our Output Quality
by Eileen Workman
What happens if, instead of coming from fear of our own past, we initiate change from a state of quiet confidence that…
Are You Living Your Life Natural or Regular?
Are You Living Your Life Natural or Regular?
by Alan Cohen
It is becoming clear to me that the way most of us have lived our lives has not been in harmony with the way the…
Is it Authentic Telepathic Communication or My Own Thoughts?
Is it Authentic Telepathic Communication or My Own Thoughts?
by Nancy Windheart
One of the biggest challenges that we as humans face in reclaiming our natural ability to communicate telepathically is…
How To Love Craft Your Relationships For Health And Happiness
How To Love Craft Your Relationships For Health And Happiness
by Carrie Jenkins
You know how to find happiness: Just meet Prince Charming (or Cinderella), overcome all obstacles, get married. The…
Vital For Life, Heat And Power – What You Never Knew About Salt Water
Vital For Life, Heat And Power – What You Never Knew About Salt Water
by Timothy Duignan
Your tongue is a salt detector – it dissolves the solid salt crystals sprinkled on your chips to create an intense…
The Fear of the Ego and the Power of Spirit
The Fear of the Ego and the Power of Spirit
by Vincent Cole
There comes a stage in spiritual development when you will experience the conflict between the fears of the ego and the…
Low-carb Versus High-carb – Is The Evidence Really Contradictory
Low-carb Versus High-carb – Is The Evidence Really Contradictory?
by Duane Mellor
It isn’t surprising that people are confused about nutrition when the media presents different findings as gladiatorial…
How The Modern World Blurs The Boundaries Between Night And Day
How The Modern World Blurs The Boundaries Between Night And Day
by Robert Shaw
Night has always been a difficult realm for humans: we’ve had to learn to cope with the cold and the dark to thrive in…
Are You Holding Back from Expressing Your True Self?
Are You Holding Back from Expressing Your True Self?
by Marie T. Russell
We have repressed a lot of our emotions, whether they are considered 'good' or 'bad' ones. Sometimes we hold back on…
How To Make A Good First Impression
How To Make A Good First Impression
by Diana Pinto
Going to university for the first time can be a daunting experience for anyone. The biggest fear many have is leaving…
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