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Talking to Yourself Can Beat Stress, Also Here’s What You Can Eat to Shed the Load

Stress has become one of the major concerns in the world considering this fast paced life and the constant need to stay ahead in the competitive world. So now you can actually cut down on stress just by talking to yourself during stressful events, as it may help control emotions without any added mental...

How To Sleep When It’s Hot Outside & You Don’t Have AC

Here's a midsummer nightmare: I don't have air-conditioning in my house, so every night I create a Dyson fan tornado and pray to make it to morning. Dramatic as that may sound, if you're someone who already has trouble sleeping, trying to do it when it's sweltering hot makes it all the more frustrating, and...

Power of the Placebo

Once dismissed as a curiosity, the placebo effect is now recognized as the key to the brain's "inner pharmacy." If only doctors knew how to open the medicine cabinet. Sarah Lidstone has a long history with the medical world. A ballet dancer from the age of 3, she developed acute scoliosis and wore a back...

US born women are more likely to crave chocolate during their period

To many women, craving chocolate every month is a way of life. But what if we told you that this craving might not be biological, but social? Indeed, according to this study, hankering for chocolate during menstruation is much more common in second and third generation American women than foreign-born immigrants. The authors hypothesize that...

There’s a compelling reason scientists think we’ve never found aliens, and it suggests humans are already going extinct

Unchecked climate change would eventually lead to widespread devastation on Earth. Rising seas would inundate coastal cities like Miami, searing heat would increase human mortality, and acidic oceans would become inhospitable to fish and coral, leaving behind little but rubbery masses of jellyfish. These consequences of human activity could be the thing that prevents our civilization from advancing much...