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The New Americana: More Teens Are Suffering From Anxiety, Depression Than Ever Before

For a long time, teenagers have been characterized—generally by those older than them—as overly moody, self-centered and irrational. It’s not uncommon for adults to complain about how millennials are emotionally unstable, or to brush aside their problems as typical “teenage angst.” But in reality, these millennials have been rather upstanding. 1,107 more words

How Religion Physically Changes Your Brain

It seems that more and more young Americans don’t feel quite as deeply connected to deities as their parents or their grandparents. According to the Pew Research Center, the number of Americans under 30 who “never doubt the existence of God” has dropped from… 1,002 more words

Why Being Single is Better (Scientifically Speaking)

For some reason, society seems to believe that having a significant other to exclusively call your own should be the goal of every young person’s social life. 965 more words

The Science of Attraction: Why Do We Fall in Love?

The really cynical people in the world like to say that love is just a chemical reaction that compels animals to breed and then think to themselves how logical and scientific they are. 1,069 more words

Why So Many Men Believe They're Inherently Better at Science Than Women (And Why They're Wrong)

Earlier this year, researchers from the Uni­versity of Washington wanted to see how male and female students view each other in a science classroom setting. Using a total of 1,700 students enrolled in the same undergraduate biology course, the researchers surveyed each individual. 1,093 more words

How to Release From Emotional Blocks

The Mind

Our mind is constantly working. It has three basic functions of thinking, feeling, and desiring. We then respond consciously or unconsciously depending on how aware we are of our thoughts, feelings, and desires. 802 more words


Why the “You” in an Afterlife Wouldn't Really Be You

July 23, 2017

The Discovery is a 2017 Netflix film in which Robert Redford plays a scientist who proves that the afterlife is real. “Once the body dies, some part of our consciousness leaves us and travels to a new plane,” the scientist explains, evidenced by his machine that measures, as another character puts it, “brain wavelengths on a subatomic level leaving the body after death.” 779 more words

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