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  1. How to Tell If Your Partner Is Cheating

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    “Next time you are talking with a potential mate, listen up and you might just hear their cheating heart. Researchers have discovered that people can tell how likely a person of the opposite sex is to be a cheater, just by listening to their voice. “This is really important given...
  2. Six Neurotoxic Industrial Chemicals Linked to Rise In Brain Disorders

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    “The rise in disorders like autism, ADHD and dyslexia could be linked to the industrial use of neurotoxic chemicals, according to new research published in The Lancet (Grandjean & Landrigan, 2014). The epidemiologists have identified six chemicals that could have negative effects on children’s development. This is on top of...
  3. The No. 1 Feature of a Meaningless Job

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    “Ask people what they want in a job, and meaningfulness looms large. For decades, Americans have ranked purpose as their top priority—above promotions, income, job security, and hours. Work is a search “for daily meaning as well as daily bread,” wrote Studs Turkel after interviewing hundreds of people in a...
  4. 8 Ways to Defeat Persistent Unwanted Thoughts

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    “Research shows that thought suppression doesn’t work, so how can you cast out irritating repetitive thoughts? It’s one of the irritations of having a mind that sometimes bad thoughts get stuck going around in it. It could be a mistake at work, money worries or perhaps a nameless fear. Whatever...
  5. Switching Off Bad Habits, a True Possibility?

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    ” Imagine one day being able to consult with a doctor about “switching off” your smoking habit with a day of outpatient surgery. That’s the possibility raised by a new study conducted by MIT neuroscientists aimed at finding the master switch in the brain that controls habits. Researchers found that...
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