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‘I Have No Friends’: Here’s What to Do – Loneliness is contagious – and here’s how to beat it: Expert reveals ways to find meaningful connections instead of just going out more

One in five men have no friends as loneliness epidemic leaves hundreds of thousands living in isolation Loneliness is a common condition affecting around one in three adults.  It damages your brain, immune system, and…

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Yes, your dog can understand what you’re saying — to a point – Graduate student working on dogs’ scent detection abilities.

In theconversation.com published a reasearch article with peer reviewed papers and information in which claiming that Humans are unique in their ability to develop sophisticated language abilities. Language allows us to communicate with each other…

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Domestic abuse survivors can empower themselves by self-reflecting on the qualities that separate them from their abuser

Many who have been through abusive relationships will later reflect upon their situation with confusion, often asking, “Was I the abusive one?” in a desperate attempt to make sense of the chaos. My first reaction…

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Cooking with olive oil may reduce your risk of dying from a heart attack or stroke by a fifth, a study suggests.

Journal of the American College of Cardiology Consuming half a tablespoon of the oil — a major component of the Mediterranean diet — every day was also credited with cutting the odds of dying from…

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Breast is best… for mum too! Breastfeeding cuts heart disease AND stroke risk by up to 15% later in life, study of 1.2m mothers finds

Summary:- Breastfeeding mothers 14% less likely to develop heart disease, a study foundAnd they are 12% less likely to have strokes, a review of 1.2million women foundLead researcher said women need to be made aware…

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Older woman, younger man: Does age really matter? The Stigma Around Older Woman-Younger Man Relationships

What you need to know:Today’s woman is able to choose the kind of relationship she wants or needs, and the kind of man who suits her best. This includes the younger man.The couple must be…

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Health rituals can offer some comfort in times of stress and crisis. A range of experts explain why rituals are the well-being tools we all need right now

Anthropologists say a ritual is something we turn to in times of crisis because it is comforting in its repetitiveness. Psychologists suggest this comfort stems from the slightly rigid and formulaic nature of a ritual…

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‘Power is such an impactful force’

Power is such an impactful force – Power is an incredibly nuanced, difficult concept that impacts many areas of life. In a scientific, more evidence-based sense, power is the ability to influence the states of…

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Three strategies to keep your relationship safe from end-of-the-year stress

It is contagious to be stressed. Here are some things you can do to help your partner while also improving your own mental health. Rosie Shrout is an assistant professor of Human Development and Family Studies,…

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Prostate cancer and your sex life: What to expect

“If you want to avoid prostate cancer, have sex with multiple women!” This is one of the commonly peddled myths about prostate cancer. Hot on its heels is the claim that only men who have…

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