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How Junk Food Cravings Work And How To Resist Them

There's four stages to fatty food cravings. The first part of this cycle begins with the urge to have junk food, which can be triggered simply by walking past a Burger King.

4 Questions To Ask Yourself If You Think You’re Boring

A questionnaire developed by psychologist Barbara Greenberg help identify boring people.

This Bracelet Shocks You To Prevent You From Doing Bad Things

You can trigger the electrical current yourself whenever you feel like having a cigarette or a cookie, or you can program the device to prevent you from sleeping in.

5 Ways To Become More Empathetic

Empathy is a vital trait for maintaining all sorts of relationships, ranging from friendships to marriages. It's a trait that takes time, practice and personal growth in order to flourish.

First LSD ‘Microdosing’ Study Demonstrates Silicon Valley Bro Trend Isn’t All...

A new study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry demonstrates empirical proof that microdosing is not merely a placebo effect, although it disputes the level of benefits that microdosing provides users.

5 Essentials Skills You Can Learn On Your Own

As we get older and life starts to grow more complicated, it's tough to create the space necessary for developing skills and hobbies that we're interested in pursuing.

Don’t Listen To ‘Natural Birth Control’ Suggestions Dispensed Over Twitter

Twitter user and podcast host Bria Badu was heavily criticized after tweeting that papayas and wild yams were an effective method of birth control.

Does Hitting The Snooze Button Help Or Hinder Our Sleep?

Delaying getting out of bed for nine minutes by hitting the snooze is simply not going to give us any more restorative sleep.

If A Pool Smells Like Chlorine It Means That Someone Has...

A pool that smells heavily of chemicals and chlorine likely means there's a lot of bacteria and contaminants in there.

Exercising In The Summer Can Burn More Calories And Build Muscle

Some of us welcome the colder months with open arms, knowing that our bodies burn more calories during the winter to stay warm. But now we know that it's kind of the same thing during the hotter months.