Jun 07, 2022

Too much self-confidence can endanger health

Our confidence affects our behaviour. People who overestimate their abilities earn more, invest their money differently, and are more likely to be leaders. But they also act riskier, have more accidents, and live less healthy by drinking more alcohol, eating less healthily, and sleeping too... more

Jun 07, 2022

James Webb Space Telescope will study two strange 'super-Earths'

The James Webb Space Telescope plans to explore strange, new rocky worlds in unprecedented detail.Rocky planets are more difficult to sight than gas giants in current telescope technology, due to the smaller planets' relative brightness next to a star, and their relatively tiny size. But Webb's powerful mirror and deep-space location should allow it to examine two planets slightly larger than... more

Jun 07, 2022

7 LinkedIn mistakes to Avoid

Here are seven mistakes you want to avoid or correct if you are guilty of making one, two, or more.Blunder 1 – Don’t have a full profile.A complete, full profile is essential if you want to be found on LinkedIn. That means all the required sections are filled out correctly. No areas are ignored.Blunder 2 – No detailed or outdated work... more

Jun 07, 2022

A person's height impacts their risk of multiple diseases

Whether tall or short, a person's height increases their risk for a variety of diseases, according to a new study.Height has been a factor associated with multiple common conditions, ranging from heart disease to cancer. But scientists have struggled to determine whether being tall or short is what puts them at risk, or if factors that affect height, like nutrition and socioeconomic status, are... more

Jun 07, 2022

Scientists Uncover Key Factor In Human Brain Development

Scientists at the Texas A&M University College of Medicine have made a breakthrough discovery about the development of the brain. This new information contributes to our understanding of how the part of the brain that makes humans more intelligent than other mammals develops, and offers insights into what causes intellectual disabilities, including autism spectrum... more

Jun 07, 2022

COVID-19 increases risk of psychiatric diagnoses in the months after infection, OSU study

A recent Oregon State University study found that COVID-19 patients had a roughly 25% increased risk of developing a psychiatric disorder in the four months following their infection, compared with people who had other types of respiratory tract infections.The findings support previous research on psychiatric disorders among post-COVID patients, though the current study found a smaller effect than the... more

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