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Brain Size And IQ: 8,000 Scans Test The Link Scans of over 8,000 people were analysed by scientists searching for a link between IQ and brain size. » Continue reading: Brain Size And IQ: 8,000 Scans Test The Link
5 Ways to Spot the Red Flags in Your Relationship Everyone knows the feeling of being in a relationship where something doesn’t feel quite right, but you stick it out anyhow. However, even if you don't like admitting those red flags exist, your relationship will be better off if you do.
If you want to improve health, change your behaviour...... New research confirms the role of behavioral factors in health and that text-based support can improve heart disease risks. Making small changes in behavior can improve life........
If You Want to Improve Health, Change Your Behaviour New research confirms the role of behavioral factors in health and that text-based support can improve heart disease risks. Making small changes in behavior can improve life.
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Weathering the Storm Whoever wants to pursue the science of medicine in a direct manner Must first investigate the seasons of the year and what occurs in them~ Hippocrates The days are getting shorter and the sun appears to have taken a hiatus behind the thick darkness of … ...
Psychology Around the Net: October 17, 2015 Happy Saturday, Psych Central readers! This week’s Psychology Around the Net brings you the latest on therapy and your sex life, the effects of alcohol use on the economy, what exactly counts as creepy behavior, and more. Enjoy! The Psychology of Sex: How Therapy Can … ...
Men Never Cry: Depression in Men and Why It’s...   Depression is real. And more so in Men, it is said that men suffer from the worst forms of depression. This is more likely to be true because unlike … ...
One Size Does Not Fit All! There are lots of techniques being proffered as being a miracle cure for social phobia. Yes, these headlines atop of blog posts and on YouTube videos look good. They raise … ...
Why Remarriages Fail and How to Avoid It Recent statistics show that the rate of divorce for first marriages is 40%, second marriages is 60-67% and third marriages is 70-73% (divorcesource.com). These high percentage rates for remarriages demonstrate the fragility of … ...
Five Things to Know About Recovery from Alcohol or... Five Things to Know About Recovery from Alcohol or Drugs When someone is struggling with substance abuse, sobriety can seem like an impossible goal. Here is a list of five … ...
Revising Our Definition of Exercise as a Punishment or... In the beautiful book Yoga and Body Image, 25 contributors share personal stories about how yoga has helped them to accept their bodies and feel more comfortable in their own … ...
Why Going to Bed Angry Actually Works Fighting late into the night is just disaster waiting to happen. Sometimes, when it comes to relationship advice, what we take as common sense is really just a bunch of pie-in-the-sky crap! I call it crap because it’s too idealistic or just ignorant of how … ...
Breaking the Anxiety Cycle in Children Everyone has their own fears, anxieties, and worries. But are they rational? Are they being passed on to our children? Studies say that indeed, they are. But that can change, … ...
Afraid To Be Alone I was afraid to ever be alone. I wasn’t afraid of being attacked in the middle of the night and I wasn’t afraid of something breaking in the house that … ...
Labels Belong On Jars There is thing that happens to us, those with mentally illness, at some point we are diagnosed – which is a good thing. But some people see this as a … ...
In-Depth: The Curious Websites of American Addiction Centers, Including... Continuing the tradition of questionable online marketing practices by addiction treatment centers — which are a huge and growing industry — the company behind American Addiction Centers (AAC Holdings, Inc., ticker: AAC) over the summer acquired a little online marketing company that virtually nobody had … ...
A Nap to Recap: How reward, daytime sleep boost learning Rewarding learning selectively enhances the consolidation of learned information during sleep, report scientists. This human study builds on what we know from Drosophila by showing how sleep and reward combine to boost memory.
What Is A Butthead Other Than Someone We Butt Heads With? An important personal, social, political, practical even spiritual question.
Simple Solutions to Many Reading Problems The first question I always ask struggling readers is: Where do you read? Almost always, the answer is: I read in my bedroom.  Aha!!…now for Question #2: When do you … ...
Fructose Hampers Healing Our Brains More and more of us are getting the message that staying away from processed foods saturated with high-fructose corn syrup is good not only for our waistlines, but also our … ...