Here are 8 new habits people want to keep post-lockdown.
Next time you need to close a deal, try out this counterintuitive tip from negotiations expert Chris Voss. You’ll discover the power of the word ‘no.’
American adults are in pain. A 2015 study from the National Institutes of Health showed that 25 million U.S. adults cope with chronic pain every day. While everyone’s suffering is different—there are as many sources of pain as people—for many, how you sleep plays a crucial role.
In an alternate reality, the one progressives wanted, the government wouldn’t have bailed out the banks during the 2008 crash. When mortgage-backed securities began catching flame like newspaper under logs, the government would have prioritized struggling homeowners instead. It would have created a corporation to buy back the distressed mortgages and then worked to refinance those mortgages—lowering monthly payments to reflect the real underlying values of the homes or adding years to the mortgages to make the monthly payments more manageable. If a homeowner missed mortgage payments, rather than initiating a foreclosure after two months, as was done by many banks during the recession, the government would have held off for an entire year, maybe more. In the event the homeowner still couldn’t keep up, the government would have acquired the home, fixed it up, and rented it out until another person bought it.
The pathogen is proving a familiar adage: The dose makes the poison.
Programming requires much more than the cut and dry language taught in children’s books.
Brown bananas and avocados will soon be a thing of the past.
Eliminating meat from our diets would bring a bounty of benefits to both our own health and the planet’s – but it could also harm millions of people.
Chronic pain often has no physical cause. Psychotherapy can reduce the suffering.