Shellfish Tops The List Of US Adult Food Allergies
Shellfish Tops The List Of US Adult Food Allergies
by Northwestern U.
More than 10 percent of adults in the United States—over 26 million—are estimated to have a food allergy, and almost…
What's Behind Our Appetite For Self-destruction?
What's Behind Our Appetite For Self-Destruction?
by Mark Canada and Christina Downey
Each new year, people vow to put an end to self-destructive habits like smoking, overeating or overspending.
Psychology’s Five Revelations For Finding Your True Calling
Psychology’s Five Revelations For Finding Your True Calling
by Christian Jarrett
If, like many, you are searching for your calling in life – perhaps you are still unsure which profession aligns with…
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Can Natural Hair Dye Alternatives Be Made To Work?
by Madeleine Bussemaker
Do you really know what you’re putting on your hair? Many hair dyes you can buy in the shops or hairdresser contain…
How Our Gambling Brain Decides When To Double Down
How Our Gambling Brain Decides When To Double Down
by Chanapa Tantibanchachai
Our most recent run of luck influences our high-risk choices at the poker table or in our everyday lives, a new study…
Caring About The Collective In An Age Of Individualism
Caring About The Collective In An Age Of Individualism
by Markus Moos
When it comes to urban planning, the question is not so much how to physically plan our cities differently. Rather, the…
Making Healing Moves and Taking Play Breaks: An Ideal Self-Care Strategy
Making Healing Moves and Taking Play Breaks: An Ideal Self-Care Strategy
by Carol Krucoff and Mitchell Krucoff, M.D.
Today, virtually every form of medicine recognizes these basic truths: 1) Simple exercise can have profound healing…
US Health Care Spending Is Way Higher Than Other Countries
US Health Care Spending Is Way Higher Than Other Countries
by Barbara Benham
The United States spends much more per person on health care than other developed countries. But it’s largely because…
Should We Really Be Eating More Fat?
Should We Really Be Eating More Fat?
by Heidi Silver
Public health guidelines, such as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, have long emphasized reducing dietary fat…
Why Setting Speed Limits Too Low Increases Fatal Crashes
Why Setting Speed Limits Too Low Increases Fatal Crashes
by Andrea Borodevyc
Setting speed limits just five miles per hour below engineering recommendations produces a statistically significant…
Is It True Dogs Don't Like To Travel?
Is It True Dogs Don't Like To Travel?
by Paul McGreevy
Most dogs don’t like to travel, and those that do have usually had to learn to like it.
How Parents Can Help Their Children Make And Maintain Good Friendships
How Parents Can Help Their Children Make And Maintain Good Friendships
by Michael Chambers
Secondary school can be a lonely place for adolescents who don’t have a best friend or a group of trusted friends.
We Are Made To Live In Harmony and Learn From Our Mistakes
We Are Made To Live In Harmony and Learn From Our Mistakes
by Charles Radler
All of us are created in a fashion to learn through our mistakes. Making mistakes is part of our makeup, as natural as…
Is The Midlife Crisis A Real Thing?
Is The Midlife Crisis A Real Thing?
by Nick Haslam
Middle age is often seen as life’s pivot point. A hill has been climbed and the view over the other side is unsettling.
When Pets Are Family, The Benefits Extend Into Society
When Pets Are Family, The Benefits Extend Into Society
by Lisa F. Carver
There is a growing global trend to consider pets as part of the family. In fact, millions of people around the world…
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Why Time Flies As We Get Older
by Muireann Irish and Claire O'Callaghan
The passage of time is a puzzling thing. While few will dispute that a minute comprises 60 seconds, the perception of…
How To Increase Your Lottery Winnings And Succeed In Business By Being Contrary
How To Increase Your Lottery Winnings And Succeed In Business By Being Contrary
by Chengwei Liu
No rational person would ever enter the lottery. The chance of picking the right six numbers and hitting the jackpot in…
Why Jefferson’s Vision Of American Islam Matters Today
Why Jefferson’s Vision Of American Islam Matters Today
by Denise A. Spellberg
An estimated 3.3 million American Muslims celebrate Ramadan. The month of Ramadan marks the time when Prophet Muhammad…
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Five Short Steps To Find The Path to Peace
by Jane Katra, Ph.D. & Russell Targ
Each of the major religions has the same goal: to provide us with a way to know and experience God. The only difference…
InnerSelf Newsletter: January 6th, 2018
InnerSelf Newsletter: January 6th, 2018
by InnerSelf Staff
This week we reflect on the interconnectivity of all things. As we recognize our oneness and how every single thing…
Horoscope Current Week: January 7th - 13th, 2019
Horoscope Current Week: January 7th - 13th, 2019
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Entering The Wilderness Together: Being “In This World But Not Of It”
Entering The Wilderness Together: Being “In This World But Not Of It”
by Will Wilkinson
To be “in this world but not of it” is the ultimate challenge. It's so much easier to withdraw from the craziness or…
7 Reasons The World Is Actually Becoming A Better Place
7 Reasons The World Is Actually Becoming A Better Place
by Julius Probst
Swedish academic Hans Rosling has identified a worrying trend: not only do many people across advanced economies have…
Is Your 'Experience Diet' Making You Sick?
Is Your 'Experience Diet' Making You Sick?
by Jenny Donovan
Just as our food diet affects our physical and emotional health, so does our “experience diet”. This is the day-to-day…
The Great Breaking Open: The Time Is Ripe For Transformation
The Great Breaking Open: The Time Is Ripe For Transformation
by Alan Seale
The breaking open that is happening right before our eyes and under our feet is actually creating conditions,…
How Modern Technology Is Akin To The Metaphysics Of Vedanta
How Modern Technology Is Akin To The Metaphysics Of Vedanta
by Akhandadhi Das
You might think that digital technologies, often considered a product of ‘the West’, would hasten the divergence of…
The Paw-sitive Effects Of Watching Cat Videos
The Paw-sitive Effects Of Watching Cat Videos
by Jessica Gall Myrick
According to ReelSEO.com, a website about video marketing, there are more than two million cat videos on YouTube.…
Fast Food Chains Use Cute Animal Toys To Market Meat To Children
Fast Food Chains Use Cute Animal Toys To Market Meat To Children
by Kate Stewart and Matthew Cole
The news that McDonald’s has launched a new plant-based “Happy Meal” for children based on a vegan “wrap” would seem to…
'Tis The Season For Conception

'Tis The Season For Conception

Micaela Martinez and Kevin M. Bakker
I've Been Diagnosed with Cancer: What Should I Do?
I've Been Diagnosed with Cancer: What Should I Do?
by Dr. Jeremy R. Geffen
Upon receiving a cancer diagnosis, you may find yourself facing this frightening experience without any knowledge or…
The Art and Essentials of Cleansing the TLC Way
The Art and Essentials of Cleansing the TLC Way
by Jonathan Glass
Cleansing is the art and process of making health-enhancing dietary and lifestyle changes. These changes aid in…
Taking the Spirits with Oneself: The “Hunt for the Soul”
Taking the Spirits with Oneself: The “Hunt for the Soul”
by Selene Calloni Williams
This is a shamanic method practiced by the shamans in Siberia and Mongolia who believe a man will lead a hard life…
Metaphysics: The Problem of Free Will
Metaphysics: The Problem of Free Will
by Richard Holton
In this Wireless Philosophy video, Richard Holton (M.I.T.) discusses the classic philosophical problem of free will.
Sitting For Too Long Could Increase Your Risk Of Dying Even If You Exercise
Sitting For Too Long Could Increase Your Risk Of Dying Even If You Exercise
by Matthew Haines
Are you sitting down? Then you may want to stand up to read this, as research from the US has found that sitting for…
Message Sent, Received But No Instant Reply: How Does That Make You Feel?
Message Sent, Received But No Instant Reply: How Does That Make You Feel?
by David Cowan
Your phone chimes, it’s a message from your partner. You reply instantly because that’s what you always do.
How To Get The Most Out Of Your Gym Membership
How To Get The Most Out Of Your Gym Membership
by Neil Gibson
CrossFit, circuit training, group exercise, functional training, resistance training, cardio training. Feeling dizzy…
Ego and Creative Energy Function Together to Create Our Life Experiences
Ego and Creative Energy Create Our Life Experiences
by Joanne Rodasta, M.A.
Physicist Max Planck demonstrated that the behavior of energy is influenced by the intent of the observer -- the…
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The Effects Of Total Isolation Explained
by Sarita Robinson
Imagine being confined to a small, dark room, with no social interaction whatsoever for 30 days. Not many people would…
What Does It Mean To Be Spiritual?
What Does It Mean To Be Spiritual?
by Galen Watts
Spirituality has become a kind of buzzword in today’s culture, especially for the millennial generation. Increasingly,…
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How The World Is Progressing On Clean Energy
by Dr Iain Staffell
Rapid progress towards clean energy is needed to meet the global ambition to limit warming to no more than 1.5C above…
Top 5 Ways To Boost Your Health
Top 5 Ways To Boost Your Health
by Sophie Medlin
It’s the start of a new year and there is no doubt that 2019 will be as saturated with nutritional nonsense as 2018.…
Is It Time To Put The 15 Hour Work Week Back On The Agenda
Is It Time To Put The 15 Hour Work Week Back On The Agenda
by Anthony Veal
It was once widely anticipated that the process which saw the standard working week fall from 60 to 40 hours in wealthy…
How To Do The Right Exercise For Your Age To Keep Fit
How To Do The Right Exercise For Your Age To Keep Fit
by Julie Broderick
The effect of exercise on health is profound. It can protect you from a range of conditions, including heart disease,…
How Not To Be Afflicted by Unseen Forces
How Not To Be Afflicted by Unseen Forces
by David R. Hawkins M.D., Ph.D.
We may expect great transformations throughout human culture, as mankind becomes more responsible for its knowledge,…
The 7 Kinds of Clutter Nobody Ever Talks About
The 7 Kinds of Clutter Nobody Ever Talks About
by Sam Bennett
Much of the advice about getting rid of clutter seems to start with the cheerfully abrupt command to “Just do it!” But…
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 more important than a nutrition lesson.
How The Paintings Of Impressionist Claude Monet Trick Our Eyes
How The Paintings Of Impressionist Claude Monet Trick Our Eyes
by Lindsey Valich
Claude Monet used a very limited color palette in his Waterloo Bridge series, but could still evoke a wide range of…
Your Eye Color Might Be Why You Have The Winter Blues
Your Eye Color Might Be Why You Have The Winter Blues
by Lance Workman
You’re not alone if colder weather and longer nights make you feel down. This well-known phenomenon, called seasonal…
Understanding Apocalyptic Events Through Literature
Understanding Apocalyptic Events Through Literature
by Sheheryar Badar Sheikh
In recent years, we have seen an epic scale of destruction caused by war, terrorism, global warming, famine and the…
Clean Up Your Cyber-hygiene For The New Year
Clean Up Your Cyber-Hygiene For The New Year
by Elissa Redmiles
Data breaches, widespread malware attacks and microtargeted personalized advertising were lowlights of digital life in…
What The Flu Does To Your Body, And Why It Makes You Feel So Awful
What The Flu Does To Your Body, And Why It Makes You Feel So Awful
by Laura Haynes
Every year, from 5 to 20 percent of the people in the United States will become infected with influenza virus.
Never the Same Trip: Boredom Is An Attitude
Never the Same Trip: Boredom Is An Attitude
by Alan Cohen
Boredom is not a condition; it is an attitude. Anything can be boring if you bring a closed mind to it. Anything can be…
To Feel Happier, We Have To Resolve To The Life We Evolved To Live
To Feel Happier, We Have To Resolve To The Life We Evolved To Live
by Arash Javanbakht
When we have to give a talk to a group of people, we feel anxious and experience the bodily fear responses that do not…
Tips For A New Year Tuneup For Your Brain
Tips For A New Year Tuneup For Your Brain
by Kelly Lambert
Unlike the effervescent bubbles that stream to the top of champagne flutes on New Year’s Eve, what I call brain bubbles…
why children deserve leniency in law
Why Children Deserve Leniency In Law
by Gideon Yaffe
Should being under 18 give youth a discount on the price to pay for their crimes? As a matter of conscience, it should…
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