Anxiety is an issue that affects many more people than you might think. In fact, Beyond Blue reports that 45 per cent of Australians will experience a mental health issue at some point in their lives. Beyond Blue also reports that 2 million Australian per year suffer from anxiety. It’s a serious mental health condition that can
Words can hurt or help a person’s psychological well-being, according to a new study from the University of California, Irvine. Researchers found that the effects of negative and positive political rhetoric about immigration – particularly by people from Mexico – elicited a range of corresponding emotions associated with lower or higher levels of stress and
TUESDAY, Jan. 29, 2019 — In a breakthrough straight out of the world of science fiction, a team of researchers has used artificial intelligence (AI) to turn brain signals into computer-generated speech. The feat was accomplished with the assistance of five epilepsy patients. All had been outfitted with various types of brain electrodes as part
We bring you five words in five languages, spoken in various parts of the world, how they are pronounced, and what they mean. Teach your child these five words today. Besides teaching your child your mother tongue and English, of course, here are five words in five different languages that you can introduce him or
Busy Philipps isn’t one to keep her cards close to her chest. Philipps — the longtime BFF of actor Michelle Williams — dished to Parents magazine in her cover story for the November issue about motherhood, marriage and body image. As usual, the always-candid Philipps didn’t hold back. She said she and husband Marc Silverstein
(HealthDay)—May is Women’s Health Month. With that in mind, doctors are offering suggestions for steps that women can take to reduce their risk of diseases and safeguard their health, both physical and mental. Dr. Blanca Sckell is medical director of the Ambulatory Care Center and internal medicine program at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, in New York City.
Say you are shown an apple, a banana and a fruit you have never seen before. Then you are asked to pick the “pifo.” Which fruit would you choose? Chances are you would select the novel fruit. Children often use the same strategy—leveraging their knowledge of familiar objects—to learn new words and connect them with