How young children use sensory cues to make social decisions

New research reveals that children begin using olfactory information to help guide their responses to emotionally-expressive faces at about five years of age. 

5 mistakes that make it impossible to keep your New Year’s resolution

Let this year be the one you finally follow through.

5 psychiatrist-backed tips to help you manage social anxiety

Because this disorder can be a real pain.

How to make 2017 the happiest and best year of your life

Here are 7 tips to make this year the best one yet.

Tips to achieve your New Year's fitness goals

Here are some good tips to get rid of that extra weight in 2017.

Close friendships between children can influence responses to fear

Close friends may influence how school-aged children think about danger.

The 10 elements of a soulmate

Feeling curious? Read on and without over-analyzing, ask yourself: soul mate or life partner?

5 ways to keep your relationship in the positive perspective


How can you maintain a positive perspective of your partner and your relationship when things aren’t going so well?

Why morning people should not work at night

At night, early risers demonstrate a quicker reaction time when solving unusual attention-related tasks than night owls, but these early risers make more mistakes along the way.

5 survival tips for empaths and highly sensitive people

If you’re an empath, keep this list close at hand for those times when the outer universe is harming your inner universe.

Many brazilian women are avoiding pregnancy over Zika fears

The government should overhaul its reproductive health policies to support them, researchers say.

5 tips to mastering body language that will win anyone over

Here are some key elements to managing your body language that can really open people up to you and what you are saying.

Short-term, low-carb diets better for weight loss than low-fat diets

Trying to work out the best way to shift those extra festive pounds ready for the New Year? Well, look no further; Mayo Clinic physicians say that low-carb diets are slightly better than low-fat diets for weight loss in the short-term.

Ancient DNA reveals genetic legacy of pandemics in the Americas

Geneticists are exploring how disease introduced by European colonists shaped the evolution of indigenous peoples of the Americas

Why intelligent people can’t find happiness

Here are five most likely reasons why happiness seems to elude highly intelligent people.

The four types of friends according to the Buddha

Be aware of these four good-hearted friends: the helper, the friend who endures in good times and bad, the mentor, and the compassionate friend.

New Ebola vaccine provides 100% protection

An experimental vaccine against the Ebola virus was found to be 100% effective, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday 23rd.

5 brutal signs you’ve lost yourself in your relationship

Here are the 5 most pervasive signs you have lost yourself in your relationship.

How to raise a creative child

Many parents hope for their children grow to be artistic and talented. Even if you don't feel particularly creative yourself, it's easy to help your child grow up to be creative. 

6 signs you are wasting your life

Here are 6 signs that you might be wasting your life but you don’t want to admit it

You should do this exercise to make your brain work better

Engaging in regular weightlifting could actually make your brain work better and prevent dementia, concludes new research by Australian scientists.

Smartphones, tablets and weight gain in teens

Teens glued to their tablet, smartphone or computer for hours on end may be more likely to become obese.

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