Essential Tips for the Journey: Release Fear and Take Care of Yourself
by Bailey Gaddis
Suppressing fear-induced emotions infuses life into them, often causing a manifestation of…
Coincidence As Exercise for the Mind
by Bernard Beitman, M.D.
Paying close attention to coincidences exercises the mind. Exercise benefits the mind just as it…
Why Are Young Women Without Wrinkles Using Botox?
by Dana Berkowitz, Louisiana State University
The battle against wrinkles has lasted for centuries. Long before surgical facelifts, people…
Dark Empaths: How Dangerous Are Psychopaths And Narcissists?
by Nadja Heym and Alexander Sumich, Nottingham Trent University
People with “dark personality traits”, such as psychopathy or narcissism, are more likely to be…


New Research Clarifies How Sleep Deprivation Affects Memory
by Morgan Sherburne, University of Michigan
Previously, researchers knew that depriving mice of sleep after the mice performed a task resulted…
Dog Theft On The Rise: How In Danger Is Your Pet And What Can Be Done…
by Daniel Allen
Dog theft has a devastating impact on people and families and is a known gateway to animal cruelty…
How Robots Could Help Chronically Sick Kids Attend School
by Veronica Newhart and Mark Warschauer, University of California, Irvine
Over the past century, American schools have integrated an ever-more-diverse group of students.…
Escaping The Vicious Circle Of Going Paycheck To Paycheck
by Magdalena Cismaru
Many Canadians are stressed out about money and feel it would be difficult to meet their financial…


7 Ways to Change the World and Our Communities
by Cormac Russell and John McKnight
Aside from connecting for neighborliness, what other functions do vibrant neighborhoods undertake?…
What Am I Supposed To Do About All This Really Bad Climate Stuff?
by Phoebe Quinn, and Katitza Marinkovic Chavez
Many young people feel anxious, powerless, sad and angry about climate change. Although there are…
Why Has Inequality Been Growing in the US and Around The World
by Fatema Z. Sumar
U.S. income inequality grew in 2021 for the first time in a decade, according to data the Census…
Gaia’s Own Journey: Unity in Diversity
by Jude Currivan, Ph.D
One of our most venerable of wisdom traditions, the Chinese I Ching, tells that: ‘in the beginning…


Why The Future Is More Big Snow Storms
by Michael A. Rawlins
It’s hard for most people to imagine 6 feet of snow in one storm, like the Buffalo area saw over…
Honeybee Lifespan Could Be Half What It Was 50 Years Ago
by Dave Goulson
A new paper shows how the lifespan of the adult honeybee appears to have shrunk by nearly 50% in…
4 Ways Climate Disruption and Population Growth Threaten Public Health
by Maureen Lichtveld
There are questions that worry me profoundly as a population- and environmental-health scientist.
Ending The Climate Crisis Has Only One Simple Solution
by H. Damon Matthews and Eric Galbraith
However, as climate scientists we believe that they also have the potential to be dangerous…

Health & Wellness
Let's Stop With The Frozen Food Snobbery

Let's Stop With The Frozen Food Snobbery

Emma Boyland, Lecturer in Appetite and Obesity, University of Liverpool
Do Over The Counter Weight-loss Supplements Work?
by Nick Fuller, Research Fellow, Clinical Trials Development and Assessment, University of Sydney
Is Intermittent Fasting Actually Good For Weight Loss?
by David Clayton, Nottingham Trent University
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Spirituality & Mindfulness
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Martin Luther's Spiritual Practice Was Key To The Success Of The Reformation

Marion Goldman, University of Oregon and Steve Pfaff, University of Washington
Why Science And Religion Aren't As Opposed As You Might…
by Stephen Jones, Research Fellow, Newman University
The Roots of Easter Bunny Traditions Go Way Back
by Tok Thompson, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

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