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Happiness Can Come Unexpectedly: Surprising Short Film

Happiness Can Come Unexpectedly: Surprising Short Film

Germany is blown away by a video which convinces its viewers in less than four minutes that happiness can sometimes come unexpectedly.

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"Multi-Tasking Increases Risk of Burn-Out"

"Multi-Tasking Increases Risk of Burn-Out"

We often take pride in our ability to handle several tasks at the same time. But our brain is actually not built for this. Handling different tasks at the same time actually makes us less productive and can in the long run even increase the risk of a burn-out.

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Five Ways to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Five Ways to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease is an incurable disease, which is why scientists deem it so important to prevent it. Although you cannot always avoid dementia, biologists from claim a third of the Alzheimer's disease cases can be prevented.

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Stress at the Workplace Causes just as much Damage as Second-Hand Smoking

Stress at the Workplace Causes just as much Damage as Second-Hand Smoking

Your wellbeing at the workplace is said to have a significant influence on your general health. The stress that certain elements of a job entail apparently has the same effect on the body as the consequences of second-hand smoking.

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Live Fully Now, Not in a Future that Hasn't Yet Arrived

Live Fully Now, Not in a Future that Hasn't Yet Arrived

An inspirational and profound speech from philosopher Alan Watts on striving for our future, but forgetting to enjoy the results of our actions in the 'now'.

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What Does Stress Do To Your Body?

What Does Stress Do To Your Body?

Stress helps us in emergency situations such as escape from a wild bear. But when stress builds up from too much work, a situation that continues, it could have dangerous consequences.

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Make Yourself Smarter with 'Brain Training'

Make Yourself Smarter with 'Brain Training'

Can you make yourself smarter? A question which has kept many a scientist in our knowledge-based society awake. The answer to this seems to be 'yes'.

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