How to Make Food Your First Line of Defense Against Depression

In June 2020, depression and anxiety were up threefold across America compared to the same time last year, reports the CDC. The knee-jerk reaction...

How to Argue Better and Cope With Conflict—Without Losing Your Cool

Perhaps you had a few conversations in the past year you regret. Maybe your friend, neighbor, or family member went apocalyptic, and you matched...

5 Ways to Be Happier Now, According to a Life Coach

In the pursuit of happiness Austin, Texas, life coach Bryan Daigle helps people see big life changes more clearly—from career jumps to relationship overhauls....

Bryson DeChambeau Invests in Mark Wahlberg’s Supp Company, Performance Inspired

You could say Mark Wahlberg’s most at home when he’s training. His inner drive is genetic and by some standards borderline obsessive—but that’s why...

Air pollution poses risk to thinking skills in later life

A greater exposure to air pollution at the very start of life was associated with a detrimental effect on people's cognitive skills up to...

Don’t let pressure of one-upmanship dictate your gift selection

There is a considerable gap in our current understanding of gift-giving because much of what has been studied has focused on gift-giving as an...

By changing their shape, some bacteria can grow more resilient to...

New research led by Carnegie Mellon University Assistant Professor of Physics Shiladitya Banerjee demonstrates how certain types of bacteria can adapt to long-term exposure...

Turning on the switch for plasticity in the human brain

The most powerful substance in the human brain for neuronal communication is glutamate. It is by far the most abundant, and it's implicated in...

Go Full McConaughey With the Actor’s Favorite Unorthodox Workouts

Struggling to get a consistent workout regimen at home? Matthew McConaughey’s workouts are anything but traditional, but they’ll boost your mood, health, and the...

New catalyst moves seawater desalination, hydrogen production closer to commercialization

Seawater makes up about 96% of all water on earth, making it a tempting resource to meet the world's growing need for clean drinking...
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