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Overcoming Mental Illness: Asking For Help Is Not A Sign Of Weakness & So Does Expressing Your Feelings

Mar 06, 2017 AM EST For those who are suffering from any kind of mental illness, always remember: you don't have to go through it alone.

Aspiring To Be A CEO? Here Are the Must-Have Skills You Need to Learn

Dec 06, 2016 PM EST If you are working for a company and aspire to be the CEO one day, here are the skills you need to learn and develop.

Ever Wondered Why Some Smart People Still Fail? Here’s Why

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Even smart people lose and experience failures and if ever you wondered why, here are the reasons.

Reasons Why People Stay In Jobs They Do Not Like

Nov 09, 2016 AM EST Little or no motivation at all does no good in one's job which can go on all throughout one's career. One of the reasons why people who hate their jobs do not try to change their circumstances is that ...

Bad Mood Makes Facebook Users Browse for Unsuccessful People, Study

Oct 04, 2014 AM EDT Bad mood makes people spend more time on social networking sites like Facebook, according to an Ohio State University study. Researchers said that these Facebook users are more likely to search for ...

People Who Have Had Mentors at a Young Age have a Better Career, Study

Sep 13, 2014 AM EDT Young people, who receive good guidance from their mentors, are more likely to find an early employment, according to a North Carolina State University study.

People are Honest in the Mornings and Turn Bitchy in the Afternoons, Study

Nov 02, 2013 AM EDT If you want to extract a truth or a strategy from someone, try to meet that person in the morning. A new study Harvard University’s Edmond F. Safra Center for Ethics has found that people tend to be ...

Older People Continue To Face Age Discrimination, London Study

Oct 17, 2013 AM EDT Older people facing age discrimination in everyday life is common throughout the world. Even though time and again we are told to give them preference and act patiently with them, the age ...

Constant Exposure to Aircraft Noise Triggers Cardiovascular Diseases in Older People, Study

Oct 10, 2013 AM EDT Apart from hearing impairment, older people living next to airports, also face increased risk of suffering from heart problems, according to a study conducted by researchers at the at the Harvard ...

Love Hormone Oxytocin Increases Positive Perceptions, Study

Sep 30, 2013 AM EDT Oxytocin, also known as love hormone, promotes tolerance towards others, according to a new study conducted by researchers at University of Freiburg in Germany.

Certain Gut Bacteria Can Help Offset Obesity, Study

Sep 07, 2013 AM EDT Obesity depends upon the type of bacteria present in the stomach.

Liars Take Longer to Respond in Digital Conversations, Study

Sep 07, 2013 AM EDT Individuals can easily identify people who are lying by observing the time gap between the text messages. People who lie during digital conversations (texts, social media, email and instant messages) ...

Listening To Your Favourite Music Can Strengthen Heart and Improve Stamina, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT One's favourite music combined with exercise training strengthens heart and also helps recover from heart ailments, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Nis, ...

High Potency Statin Drugs Prevent Dementia in Older People, Study

Sep 03, 2013 AM EDT Statins, the most common dug prescribed to prevent cholesterol, heart attacks and strokes, can help prevent dementia in older people when administered in high doses, according to research presented at ...

Drinking Wine in Moderation Can Lower Risk Of Depression, Spanish Study

Sep 02, 2013 AM EDT Drinking two to seven glasses of wine per week can lower depression risk in middle-aged and older people, according to a Spanish study conducted by researchers from the University of Navarra.

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