Why Are Fewer People Getting Married?

Married: “Why are fewer people getting married?” by Jay L. Zagorsky, The Ohio State University June kicks off the U.S. wedding season. Whether you love nuptials or hate them, an astounding trend is occurring: fewer couples are tying the knot. The number of U.S. marriage ceremonies peaked in the early 1980s when almost 2.5 million marriages were … Read More

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Designing Inspiring Environments

“Designing Inspiring Environments” by Jan Marie Dore, Professional Certified Coach The influence of your personal environment on your health, creativity, and well-being is often subtle, yet profound. You can use the environments you live in to support you in feeling good about yourself, experiencing less stress, and being more productive. Personal environments can include your … Read More

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How Cultural Diversity Can Help To Boost Body Confidence

“How cultural diversity can help to boost body confidence” by Héctor González-Jiménez, University of York Sadiq Khan, the London mayor, recently announced that he will ban all adverts on London transport that “demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies”. The mayor, a father of two teenage daughters, warned that certain ads could … Read More

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Time And Money – The Biggest Hurdles To Healthy Eating

“Time and money – the biggest hurdles to healthy eating” by Tiff-Annie Kenny, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa Philippe Couillard, the freshly defeated Quebec premier, made headlines during the election campaign when he suggested a family of three — comprised of one adult and two adolescents — could feed themselves for $75 a week. While Couillard eventually … Read More

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Childhood Adversity Is A ‘Cause Of Causes’ Of Adult Illnesses And Mental Health Problems

“Childhood adversity is a ‘cause of causes’ of adult illnesses and mental health problems” by Robert Maunder, University of Toronto and Jon Hunter, University of Toronto Every day we are exposed to things like pollution and ultraviolet light which increase our risk of illness. Many people take on additional risks — due to tobacco smoke, fast … Read More

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Daughters Are More Willing To Sacrifice For Their Mothers

“Daughters are more willing to sacrifice for their mothers than for their romantic partners” by Beverley Fehr, University of Winnipeg With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it seems timely to think about the kinds of relationships that mothers have with their children and, conversely, the kinds of relationships that children have with their mothers. In … Read More

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