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Researchers Now Claim That Not Just A Sunburn, But Tanning Itself Causes Skin Cancer

Marco Torres preventdisease.com We’ve been on the planet for at least hundreds of thousands of years, working and playing all while taking in the sun’s rays. However, according to new research, not only are sunburns contributing to cancer, but tanning … Continue reading

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How to Fight Excessive Doubt

PsyBlog spring.org.uk Should you really question everything? Here’s a simple tip for those prone to over-thinking… A little critical, analytical thinking is a good thing. Without doubting ourselves sometimes we’d find it difficult to make good decisions. Too much doubt, … Continue reading

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Facebook vs Face-to-Face: How Technology Threatens Parent-Child Interaction

Lauren Lowry hanen.org “We have to learn to live with [technology] in a healthy way, according to our human values. And our human values are not to put our kids fifth, after texts, e-mail, Twitter, and everything else” I’ve done … Continue reading

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Human corpses harvested in multimillion-dollar trade

Willson et al. theage.com.au A grisly trade in human body parts leaves relatives grieving and some recipients at risk of life-threatening disease. On February 24, Ukrainian authorities made an alarming discovery: bones and other human tissues crammed into coolers in … Continue reading

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England Swings – UK

ABC Australia Journeyman Pictures With the Olympics just around the corner, not every Londoner is accepting the runaway hyperbole surrounding the city’s big sporting carnival. We take a look at both sides of the debate raging in the capital. “No … Continue reading

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Marco Tempest: The electric rise and fall of Nikola Tesla

Marco Tempest TED “Everything I did, I did for mankind.” (Marco Tempest quoting Nikola Tesla) Combining projection mapping and a pop-up book, Marco Tempest tells the visually arresting story of Nikola Tesla — called “the greatest geek who ever lived” … Continue reading

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Contract Kids – Switzerland

SBS Journeyman Pictures May 2012 Generations of Swiss children lost their childhoods to state-endorsed abuse and forced labour. This shocking report brings us their stories, shedding light on a little-known dark chapter of Swiss history. “Our Switzerland, which always wants … Continue reading

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Australia’s price rip-off

Madeleine Kennard Today Tonight Retailers complain they’re doing it tough and struggling to compete with online stores, but prices show they’re not the ones who should be angry. The price tag tests prove that it’s customers who have e[v]ery right … Continue reading

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The Psychopaths Killed Another American

Russia Today The Psychopaths killed another American this month. Dave Johnson over at AlterNet is telling the story of Norman Rousseau and his wife – two people who did everything they were supposed to do. They were responsible homeowners who … Continue reading

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How to Overcome the Egocentric Bias

PsyBlog Most people are pretty bad at taking advice from others. People don’t mind hearing the advice, they just hate to take it.  This is one facet of what psychologists call the ‘egocentric bias’: the general rule that we think … Continue reading

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