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Time is Relative: Depressed People May Experience Time Differently

Time is Relative: Depressed People May Experience Time Differently

People experiencing depression may experience time differently than those who are not.  That’s right, being in a bad place could actually mean being there for a longer time than normal. A recent study revealed some pretty crazy (and sad) insight...
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When it Comes to Education, Personality is More Important than Intelligence

It all comes down to personality. New research has once again shown that intelligence alone doesn’t necessarily translate to success. A recent study has revealed that personality is more important than intelligence when it comes to earning success in higher learning
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Keep Calm and Carry On: How Your Emotions are Literally Killing You

Staying calm and cool isn't just good for those around you, it's also really good for your heart. A new study out of Australia suggests a huge increase in the risk of a heart attack when someone's experiencing intense anger
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Warning: Male Doctors Are More Sure of Themselves…and More Wrong

A recent study revealed gender differences in med students when it comes to both knowledge and confidence levels. The female med students answered medical questions correctly more often than their male counterparts, but were less certain about their answers
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Having a Hard Time Paying Attention? That’s Okay, it Might be Because You’re a Creative Genius

If you've always had a hard time paying attention to what's going on around you 'cause you're busy thinking about all the other amazing things happening in you're brain, we've got some good news for you
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No More Sick Days: Study Says Adults Only Get the Flu Twice a Decade

Apparently the flu gets a worse rap than it deserves. Researchers from the UK, China, and the US revealed that most of the illnesses we blame on the flu aren’t actually the loathed influenza virus at all. In fact, it turns out you only get the flu twice a decade
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Yet Another Study Shows 3 to 5 Cups of Coffee a Day is Good for Your Heart

Have you caved on your 2015 resolution to cut back on your caffeine intake? No worries. A new study adds more confirmation to something we all know: coffee is amazing for you. Here’s what a team of Korean researchers recently discovered
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Research Suggests Watching Sad Movies Makes You Eat More (P.S. We Love You)

A new study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab reveals that sad movies lead to binge eating – i.e. you will inhale way more popcorn than you would during a comedy. As if you didn’t already feel bad enough crying all alone...
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Indian Food Has Just Been Scientifically Proven to be Delicious (Obviously)

Once you acquire a taste for Indian food, you quickly realize that there’s nothing quite like it. Now, your love for the flavourful dishes has been explained by science. Researchers crunched data from 2,500 Indian dishes to uncover what makes it so delicious
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