Entries tagged with “Study”
Intermittent fasting is trendy. But does it work?
New research could lead to better treatment of anxiety and depression.
Reasonable levels of anxiety boost the memory, a new study shows.
Is cuddling going to regulate your gut bacteria? New research suggests yes.
Skimping on sleep means we’re also missing out on the crucial dream stages of sleep.
Low-dose aspirin may potentially help, a new study suggests.
The yogis have been right, scientists say.
Maybe. Some people seem to engage networks that don’t usually team together.
The first thing about spiritual practice is that, for it to work, we have to do it. An obvious truth. The second thing about spiritual practice is that we need to do it regularly—m…
There’s a strange link between meat and your mind.
Feeling appreciated is the key to lowering stress, according to a new study.
Reach out and touch your loved one, suggests a new study.
How much REM and non-REM sleep we get appears to be controlled by a pair of genes.
There’s a surprising upside to those crabby and irritable moments.
There are some surprising benefits to our globally aging population
When success is “The first time I have not cried all the way to the mailbox…”
Research sheds light into how we decide what’s accurate.
When being a southpaw matters, medically.
Mind-body therapies you might not be taking advantage of.
Practical suggestions to avoid that nagging sensation of regret.
Psychological wellbeing helps reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.
Holding on to cultural folklore can be an important tool in sustaining biodiversity.
As we reduce our problems, our perception of them changes.
Avoiding BPA bottles may not be enough, according to new research.
A new study sheds light on why humans do or do not cooperate.
Disrupted circadian rhythms play a bigger role than previously thought in our health.
In my spiritual life, study is perhaps my most important practice.
Some sleeping woes can be blamed on the Internet.
Turn your wildest dreams into forward motion.
Beneficial bacteria may become the basis for an immunization.
Science explains why people cling to ideas, even when they have contradictory evidence.
Brain structures may explain this personality tendency.
Eye movements give insight into more than just sight.