Month: December 2016

How to Avoid Creative Burnout

Joseph Cardillo, Ph.D., best-selling author of ‘Body Intelligence,’ offers some advice for balancing oneself in a job that requires “high-energy torque”: Try taking a walk, listening to nature or brightening the office lights. See the full article in the Hollywood Reporter at http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/how-avoid-creative-burnout-957049

9 ways to survive the holidays when you’re alone

The holidays can be a bittersweet time of year. On the one hand, you’ve got twinkle lights, hot chocolate, and holiday cheer galore. On the other, you’re surrounded by not-so-subtle reminders of what’s missing in your life—particularly, if you’re separated, divorced, or widowed. And even if you’re content with being single the rest of the year, the …

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Using multiple social media platforms dramatically raises likelihood of depression and anxiety in young adults, study finds

Using multiple social media platforms has a dramatic link with depression and anxiety even taking into account the time users spend on social media, a study has shown. The new study, published in Computers in Human Behaviour, found those who reported using seven to 11 social media platforms had more than three times the risk …

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Allergies during pregnancy contribute to changes in the brains of rat offspring

A new study in rats could begin to explain why allergies during pregnancy are linked to higher risks for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism in children. Researchers at The Ohio State University found significant changes in the brain makeup of fetuses and newborn rats exposed to allergens during pregnancy. … See the full article on …

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