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Nov

Although sleep is essential our health and wellbeing, all of us have had a time where we didn’t get as much sleep as should have. Sleep deprivation in itself causes us to feel loopy, spacey, and even drunk. Well, according to a new study, this “drunk” sensation occurs due to “[disruption in] communication between brain…

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Nov

Some pain can be worse than others, but according to a new study, pain occurring in the “head, face, eyeballs, ears, and teeth” can be the most emotionally draining pain to deal with. Within this study, it was found that many of the neurons connected to face and head are actually  directly linked to emotion…

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Nov

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Nov

There are numerous possibilities of which traits can draw a couple together. Physical attraction, financial position in life, humor, personality traits, and values, are among the more common qualities people look for in their partners. However, the qualities that attract us to our partners can change over time. For instance, physical appearance changes as we…

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Nov

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Nov

Simply waking up and taking time to ‘smell the roses’ may be enough to make people happier, according to a recent study. Research states that those who simply notice nature in their environment, whether it be a tree outside, or a flower next to a sidewalk, have a boost in their mood. Within the study,…

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Nov

Sometimes, talking can be difficult, which may seem to be the norm for many people, but according to a new study, those who struggle in social situations are at “greater risk for mental health and physical problems.” In relevance to the study, those who tend to have poorer social skills are more likely to experience…

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Nov