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  • »Babies Can Learn Perseverance by Watching Their Parents Struggle

    Tue 26 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    Have you ever struggled to open a stubborn package? If so, that may be a good thing…if your baby is watching.
    A new study finds that babies as young as 13 months old can learn perseverance by watching you muddle through failure and...
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  • »The Truth About Midnight Snacking

    Tue 19 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    We’ve all heard the warnings: indulging in a late-night snack is a one-way ticket to weight gain, insomnia and poor eating habits. But if your stomach is grumbling as the clock chimes midnight, eventually you’re going to go with your...
  • »That Pre-Meeting ‘Power Pose’ Isn’t Doing What You Think It’s Doing

    Sun 17 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    It turns out the only beneficial result of a “power pose” is nice posture.
    Previous research on the stance ― where you stand tall with your legs spread and hands on your hips ― found that it can boost confidence in a stressful moment,...
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  • »An Australian Tobacco Plant May Help Us Finally Eliminate Polio

    Thu 14 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    Plants are like a factory, powered by sunlight to manufacture food using carbon dioxide and water. Now, scientists have found a way to use a tobacco-like plant to create particles for a new polio vaccine.
    In a study published in the journal Nature...
  • »Andrea Bocelli: Music is My Daily Bread

    Tue 12 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    Israa Radaydeh
    AMMAN — Losing his sight at the age of 12 hasn't been a hindrance to success or adventure for Andrea Bocelli. Refusing to be defined by blindness, the passionate Tuscan opera singer sees all the beauty and suffering in the...
  • »Why People Think the Germans Are So Efficient

    Sun 10 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    By Giulia Pines (BBC)
    In summer 2011, I was working at a small Berlin travel agency and facing a conundrum: my clients literally held tickets to nowhere. Their planes would be taking off shortly, but their destination – Berlin-Brandenburg...
  • »How to Avoid Writing Irritating Emails

    Sat 9 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    By Alina Dizik (BBC)
    A couple of weeks ago, Danielle René caused a stir when she tweeted her preferred method of subtly putting someone down in the workplace by email: using the simple phrase "per my last email." Alongside her favourite...
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  • »This Is The First Thing You Should Do When You Feel Unhappy

    Tue 5 September / Sep 2017. 12:00 AM
    Being unhappy isn’t pleasant. For most of us, when we feel unhappy, we naturally want to push those thoughts away or move on to something positive.
    But according to Mo Gawdat, you should do just the opposite: Confront those feelings when they...
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  • »Palestinians Share Appetite for Traditional Food

    Tue 29 August / Aug 2017. 12:00 AM
    HEBRON — For a people struggling to establish their own state, traditional food is an important part of the national heritage, and for Palestinians in the West Bank that goes well beyond the standard hummus (chickpea paste).
    In Hebron, a...
  • »There’s No Such Thing As ‘Digital Natives’

    Sun 27 August / Aug 2017. 12:00 AM
    Author Marc Prensky coined the phrase “digital native” as a descriptor of someone proverbially born with a smartphone in hand.
    The prevailing thinking has been that older people have to “adapt” to technology, while...
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  • »Men: Taking Vitamins B6 And B12 Could Increase Your Risk Of Lung Cancer

    Thu 24 August / Aug 2017. 09:29 PM
    People looking for an energy boost may turn to vitamin B6 and B12 supplements for help, but new research finds that men may be doubling their risk for lung cancer if they take it over an extended period of time — and tripling it if...
  • »Living Well: Spouse Criticism May Worsen Chronic Low Back Pain

    Tue 22 August / Aug 2017. 12:00 AM
    People with chronic low back pain may feel it even more sharply if their spouses are critical and unsupportive of their condition, according to a recent study.
    Women back-pain sufferers and those with depressive symptoms were the most vulnerable to...
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