7 bad science and health ideas that should die with 2016

HT-Pix /Shutterstock There’s no shortage of misinformation in the world — particularly around health and science topics. Sometimes that’s just because the research can be a little contradictory (nutrition, for instance, is famously hard to study). Sometimes that’s because there are quacks or vested interests trying to spread lies and pseudoscience. And sometimes there are […]

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Dealing With Employee Procrastination: Can Science Help?

  Scientific studies have indicated that procrastination seems to be a conflict between two parts of the brain: the fun loving limbic system and the sensible prefrontal cortex. In a choice of after work activities, kicking back with a beer and TV usually wins out over going to the gym. Or you get on the […]

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