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- The Return of Werner Erhard, Father of Self-Help
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Tai Chi and Psychotherapy for Better Sleep and More
A new study has shown that both cognitive behavioral therapy and tai chi may reduce both insomnia and inflammation.
- The Invisible Power of Tchotchkes
- The Virtue of Contradicting Ourselves
After a 7-year hiatus I ventured again into the free-wheeling fringe world of alternative discovery. This time, it was show-and-tell for a detachment of Russian knowledge workers. That had much to say about negative energy, and indeed, something did not[…]
Iron, Dopamine, and ADHD
Iron, a common mineral (and, paradoxically, a common mineral deficiency in humans) is important to the brain and vital for normal brain development and human behavior. It is a key cofactor in the making of neurotransmitters, chemicals in the brain[…]
Misandry Again- Part 2
The strange thing about misandry is its rapid rise. Until the 1950s men were generally respected, I think.
Misandry Again Part 1
My earlier post, “Re-Thinking Misandry” (6 October 2010) generated considerable interest: some positive, some negative, some constructive, some remarkably obscene, and much of it debating male privilege vs female privilege: as in “Women and children first” and “At least you[…]
Feeling Like a Fraud?
Here's one reason why.
Children with pets have less stress
Children who have a dog at home are less likely to have mental or emotional problems and anxiety. Owning pets could be a strategy to ward off mental health issues later in life.
Stress worsens skin woes for students
A study of university students has shown that certain skin problems, including alopecia and pruritis can be exacerbated by stress.
Dads get baby blues, too
A new study shows that fathers as well as mothers can suffer from anxiety and depression around the birth of a new baby; around 1 in 10 men are affected.
Study shows white matter damage caused by 'skunk-like' cannabis
Smoking high potency 'skunk-like' cannabis can damage a crucial part of the brain responsible for communication between the two brain hemispheres, according to a new study by scientists from King's...
Mental health framework well-intentioned but lacks detail on new funding and service delivery, Australia
The AMA has welcomed the overall intent of the Government's new mental health framework, but questions remain over new funding, on-the-ground service delivery, and the ongoing role of the Federal...
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