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The right sleep

Sleep is absolutely an essential and central part of your health. Poor quality sleep is a bad for many aspects of your wellbeing but that doesn’t mean that you ...

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News from: Annals of Behavioural Medicine

Mindful multitasking

Do you send text messages while you watch television? Perhaps you listen to music while you read? There are so many mediums of communication and entertainment available these days ...

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News from: Scientific Reports

First night

You will have experienced it; you are off on your holiday or perhaps for a business conference and you check into your hotel exhausted after your travel and ready ...

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News from: Current Biology

Awesome Earth

You must have had that moment when you pay for your groceries at the supermarket, you say “thank you” and the uni student working the checkout says, “Awesome.” You ...

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News from: Psychology of Consciousness

Relationship deal-breakers

What qualities do you want in a romantic partner? Perhaps you’ve thought, “I want him to have the wit of Oscar Wilde and the chest of a gorilla,” or maybe ...

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News from: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

The view on déjà vu

You’ve experienced it; you are in the middle of a conversation and then suddenly you realise that you’ve been there before. No, it’s not that your sister-in-law is going through ...

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News from: Texas A&M University

What makes an effective apology?

No matter who you are there will be times when you will need to apologise. The question will be whether your apologise is well received or not and according ...

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News from: Negotiation and Conflict Management Research

Finishing fossil fuels

Apart from geothermal energy, tidal energy, and nuclear energy pretty much all of the energy available on the Earth results from the energy radiated by the sun. Even fossil ...

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News from: Energy Research and Social Science

Home gardens prolong life

A home garden can be your oasis from the outside world. At the end of a day or week it can be a delight and a relief to wander ...

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News from: Environmental Health Perspectives

Wise hearts

What do you picture when you think of wisdom? Perhaps you see a motherly woman with kind eyes? Maybe you see a man with a long white beard and ...

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News from: Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience

Exercise emotions

Exercise is good for you. There’s a headline to share with your friends over dinner or at the office kitchenette. Everyone knows that exercise has positive physical effects and ...

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News from: Cognition and Emotion

Outdoor light helps eyes

Every parent, and every non-parent, laments the amount of screen time that children engage in these days. Of course there are concerns about the value of what children are ...

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News from: Queensland University of Technology

Painkiller erases errors

Paracetamol, also known as acetaminophen, and most popularly marketed as “Panadol” in Australia, is a widely used painkiller. It has been a widely used painkiller since the 1950s which ...

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News from: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

Fantastic Fruit

You don’t want to eat exactly the same diet every day because, let’s face it, you probably couldn’t maintain that just out of sheer lack of interest. However, we ...

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News from: New England Journal of Medicine

Email errors

How would you react if you received this email message, “Sorry you couldnt make it today, your an indespensable part of the team. It has been awsome and we ...

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News from: PLoS ONE

Birds and climate change

Climate change is a global phenomenon but the effects vary according to the nature of the part of the world being impacted. However a new study has shown that ...

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News from: Science

A sustainable future

As a species we have had to face the fact that our actions impact the planet. This probably was not so much the case when there were a couple ...

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News from: Science

Coffee for your colon

When you open your lips to invite bitter, crisp whisps of coffee to enter your body you probably aren’t thinking of what a power of good it is doing ...

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News from: Cancer Epidemiology

  






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