Dani M.

Interested in psychology, technology, science, technology, philosophy, physics, cosmology and more.

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4 days ago

Hummingbirds Are Where Intuition Goes to Die

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42 days ago

Most people only do what they are asked, doing only the minimum requirement. They need specific instructions on most things they do.

Conversely, those who become successful are anxiously engaged in a good cause. They don’t need to be managed in all things. They don’t just do the job, they do it right and complete. They also influence the direction for how certain ideas and projects go.

Most importantly, those who become successful initiate. They reach out to people, ask questions, make recommendations, offer to help, and pitch their ideas.

One Behavior Separates The Successful From The Average

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Dani M.

42 days ago

The next wave of artificial intelligence will be able to read your mind

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Dani M.

42 days ago

Kill a Baby to Save a Family? Brain Activity Shows Your Approach to Moral Dilemmas

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Dani M.

42 days ago

How Your Insecurity Is Bought and Sold

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Dani M.

42 days ago

What species is most fit for life? All have an equal chance, scientists say

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Dani M.

42 days ago

The 4 Questions that Define You: Aristotle and a Deeper Dive into Self-Awareness

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42 days ago

Phone Security

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42 days ago

Why We Never Think We Are Wrong (Confirmation Bias)

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43 days ago

1 Question Is All You Need to Judge Someone's Personality

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Dani M.

46 days ago

Beautility, My Ultimate iPhone Setup

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Dani M.

46 days ago

The Evolution of Anxiety: Why We Worry and What to Do About It

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Dani M.

46 days ago

"End your year intentionally"

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End Your Year Intentionally with These 10 Questions

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Dani M.

46 days ago

"Death by heartbreak is a literary staple; even Shakespeare wrote of “deadly grief.” The emotional devastation of losing a loved one can certainly feel like physical pain. But can you really die from a broken heart? As it turns out, you can, from “broken-heart syndrome,” also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy. Studies of bereavement, in fact, provide another harsh indictment of the effects of stress on human health. But deadly grief is not about stress alone, scientists say. It shines a light on the physiological bonds of love, ceded to us by evolution, so often best understood when broken.

Studies from around the world have confirmed that people have an increased risk of dying in the weeks and months after their spouses pass away. In 2011, researchers from Harvard University and the University of Yamanashi, Tokyo pooled the results of 15 different studies, with data on more than 2.2 million people. They estimated a 41 percent increase in the risk of death in the first six months after losing a spouse. The effect didn’t just apply to the elderly. People under 65 were as likely to die in the months following a spouse’s death as those over 65."

Death by heartbreak is a literary staple; even Shakespeare wrote of “deadly grief.” The emotional devastation of losing a loved one can certainly feel like physical pain. But can you really die from a broken heart? As it turns out, you can, from “broken-heart syndrome,” also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy. Studies of bereavement, in fact, provide another harsh indictment of the effects of stress on human health. But deadly grief is not about stress alone, scientists say. It shines a light on the physiological bonds of love, ceded to us by evolution, so often best understood when broken.

Studies from around the world have confirmed that people have an increased risk of dying in the weeks and months after their spouses pass away. In 2011, researchers from Harvard University and the University of Yamanashi, Tokyo pooled the results of 15 different studies, with data on more than 2.2 million people. They estimated a 41 percent increase in the risk of death in the first six months after losing a spouse. The effect didn’t just apply to the elderly. People under 65 were as likely to die in the months following a spouse’s death as those over 65.

Can You Die From a Broken Heart?

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Dani M.

46 days ago

TIL the Great British Knot Experiment found that cords have a much smaller chance of tangling when their ends are tied together to form a loop. The result has also been used by pharmacologists to control microscopic loops in DNA and viruses. • r/todayilearned

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Dani M.

46 days ago

Ancient mummy gets CT scan after 2,000 years, is diagnosed with cancer

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Dani M.

46 days ago

The Sexiest Thing You Can Do As A Dude

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Dani M.

46 days ago

destroying yourself psychologically:

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Dani M.

54 days ago

The Happiest People Don't Let Their Minds Wander, According to a Harvard Study

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Dani M.

54 days ago

This Is How To Quit Bad Habits Without Willpower: 3 Secrets From Neuroscience

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Dani M.

54 days ago

11 Psychology Books That Will Improve Your Work and Life

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Dani M.

54 days ago

Does Frequent Sex Lead to Better Relationships? Depends on How You Ask

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Dani M.

54 days ago

How to Manage Self-Doubt as an Entrepreneur

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Dani M.

54 days ago

Belief in our moral superiority is the most irrational self-enhancing bias of all

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54 days ago

Why Self-Compassion Beats Self-Confidence

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54 days ago

Surgical Patients May Be Feeling Pain—and (Mostly) Forgetting It

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54 days ago

How to Have Fewer Regrets

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54 days ago

43 websites the world uses to learn

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Dani M.

54 days ago

Crispr Isn’t Enough Any More. Get Ready for Gene Editing 2.0

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Dani M.

54 days ago

The Neuroscience of Intelligence: An Interview with Richard Haier

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71 days ago

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Ken Friedman, Power Restaurateur, Is Accused of Sexual Harassment

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Dani M.

73 days ago

Losing the Htrkos in the Woods

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73 days ago

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Bermuda becomes the first country to repeal Gay marriage, replaces with domestic partnerships

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74 days ago

TIL of a Russian family who were cut off from all human contact for 40 years in the Siberian wilderness. They were completely unaware that World War 2 had occurred. • r/todayilearned

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