This Is Your Brain Off Facebook
The world’s most common digital habit is not easy to break, even in a fit of moral outrage over the privacy risks and political divisions Facebook has created, or amid concerns about how the habit
‘Becoming Human’ Review: The Defining Neediness of Humans
When Edward O. Wilson’s “Sociobiology” was published in 1975, setting forth a comprehensive biological analysis of animal (and human) social behavior, its supposed political implications made the book controversial for some people. For others—including myself—it
Go to bed! Brain researchers warn that lack of sleep is a public health crisis.
In the screen-lit bustle of modern life, sleep is expendable. There are television shows to binge-watch, work emails to answer, homework to finish, social media posts to scroll through. We’ll catch up on shut-eye later
Can a Nice Doctor Make Treatments More Effective?
In the age of the internet, it’s easier than ever to pull together lots of information to find the best doctor. And if you’re like most patients, the metric you probably rely on most is
Marie Kondo – does tidiness really equal a clean mind?
If you haven’t heard of Marie Kondo yet, it won’t be long before you do. Thanks to her new Netflix programme, the Japanese tidying guru has become January’s “It girl”. Chance is, you already know
We’re All Struggling With Tidiness And Clutter. Here’s How You Can Handle It
Do you ever feel more than just a bit of anxiety when you head home at night? From all that clutter? Papers, books, toys, laundry, kitchen junk? You’re not alone. There’s a whole de-cluttering industry