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Brain activity ‘key in stress link to heart disease’

Constant stress could be a key factor in raising the risk of a heart attack, say researchers.

Source: Brain activity ‘key in stress link to heart disease’ – BBC News

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The perils of social media?

A UPMC study finds that using multiple social media sites is more strongly linked to depression than total time spent digitally socializing.

Source: The perils of social media?

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Generation Y have Turned their Backs on Alcohol

The findings suggest a seismic cultural shift in youth drinking habits, and validates official statistics showing young people are drinking less than their counterparts were 10 years ago

Source: Generation Y have Turned their Backs on Alcohol – Demos

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Rhythm of breathing affects memory and fear

Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered for the first time that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall.

Source: Rhythm of breathing affects memory and fear

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String Theory Co-Founder: Sub-Atomic Particles Are Evidence the Universe Was Created by God

Dr. Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist at the City College of New York (CUNY) and co-founder of String Field Theory, says theoretical particles known as “primitive semi-radius tachyons” are physical evidence that the universe was created by a higher intelligence.After analyzing the behavior of these sub-atomic particles – which can move faster than the speed of light and have the ability to “unstick” space and matter – using technology created in 2005, Kaku concluded that the universe is a “Matrix” governed by laws and principles that could only have been designed by an intelligent being.

Source: String Theory Co-Founder: Sub-Atomic Particles Are Evidence the Universe Was Created

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The ‘Tyranny’ of Positive Thinking Can Threaten Your Health and Happiness

One-size-fits-all approaches to finding happiness make us unhappy, experts say.

Source: The ‘Tyranny’ of Positive Thinking Can Threaten Your Health and Happiness

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Gandhi Called Industrial Civilisation ‘a Nine Days’ Wonder’

Gandhi’s ideas about economics are unpopular in India because its middle class is more eager to jump on the affluence bandwagon than take stock of the looming environmental crisis.

Source: Gandhi Was Perfectly Sensible to Call Industrial Civilisation ‘a Nine Days’ Wonder’: Mark Lindley

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» Evaluating Youth Social Action

Using rigorous evaluation techniques and drawing on a mature field of research linking specific character measures to hard outcomes, such as employability, we are able to demonstrate that – for those programmes we have evaluated – investment in social action leads to benefits for young people taking part as well as for the intended beneficiaries.

Source: » Evaluating Youth Social Action – Final Report | The Behavioural Insights Team

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Isaac Newton and the Philosopher’s Stone

He abhorred the materialist philosophy and was a deeply religious initiate into the Mysteries; a man possessed by the pursuit of the Philosopher’s Stone for the glorification of his deity; an introspective seeker of deep truth who ultimately devoted more time to alchemy and religion than to the “pure” science he became famous for and which was so instrumental in triggering the Industrial Revolution

Source: The Newton You Never Knew: Isaac Newton’s Esotericism Revealed – World Mysteries Blog

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Being lazy could mean you’re highly intelligent, research finds

Need a new excuse for binge watching Stranger Things and living off Uber Eats?

Source: Being lazy could mean you’re highly intelligent, research finds

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