Why do we seem so incapable of accomplishing a goal that we set for ourselves and truly desire? Part of the answer has to do with timing. Winter is not an ideal season to successfully execute big changes.
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Innovations in thought and technology hint at our future. How can we find the best path forward?
In making the case for the raw aesthetic appeal of neuroscience data, I focus on the powerful ideas that have given us this striking visual vocabulary.
Tara Parker-Pope of the New York Times interviews Deepak Chopra
I know what a gift we give our children when we don't require them to explain or justify their inherent personality, and instead encourage them to make the most of their unique temperament.
Recently, a little bit of good news finally surfaced in the hunt for what causes sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): abnormal serotonin levels in the baby's brain.
Why does bad news make us sad? Why does getting a raise make us want to celebrate? Not many people have thought about these questions.
Why do children sleep better than adults? Innovative areas of neurology and bio-psychology indicate that due to stress and poor nutrition, adults are experiencing neurotransmitter imbalances.
Dr. Richard P. Bentall, professor and practitioner of clinical psychology in Britain, exposes the highly dubious nature of reigning presumptions about the causes and treatment of mental illness.
Understanding the hormonal cycle is imperative for maximizing our physical and mental health, and the younger the woman is when she is enlightened, the better off she will be.
This was originally posted in the Washington Post's "On Faith" section in response to their question: "Do you believe that faith can effect your healt...
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