Coffee, as many researchers put it, can be like a drug — meaning your energy levels and moods might depend on your morning cup, and without it your body may have withdrawal symptoms. But if you manage to hold out, you might notice some amazing changes to your health.
It can be tempting to say yes to things you just don't want to do. Might as well just get it done so nothing bad happens, right?
This interview was recorded earlier this year and originally appeared on The Observer Effect; it has only been lightly edited for formatting here.
Now that there’s no longer any way to treat my cancer, I’ve been reflecting on what I want others to know about life and death, says Elliot Dallen
When I think about all the time I frittered away today, it agitates me, and I jump on Wikipedia to look up famous nineteenth-century circuses.
If you want to inspire people to do the right thing, don’t guilt-trip them. Positive emotions are a more powerful motivator
Addressing 12 factors such as excessive drinking and air pollution exposure may have significant effect, experts say
All of the great thinkers in history were extremely curious people. They looked at the world as it was, and pondered on what could possibly be done to change the world and people’s perception…