This simple tactic can 'trick' your brain into feeling happier, researchers sayResearchers at the University of South Australia say "fake it 'til you make it" can help you feel more positive in this circumstance. "For mental health, this has interesting implications. If we can trick the brain into perceiving stimuli as 'happy,' then we can potentially use this mechanism to help boost mental health," study author Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos said.1
Nutritional psychiatrist: 5 healthy foods that help relieve stress and anxietyWhat you eat can have an effect on your mood and mental health. Dr. Uma Naidoo is director of nutritional and lifestyle psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, faculty member at Harvard Medical School and author of "This Is Your Brain on Food." Here are her suggestions for healthy foods that can help you stay calm and less stressed during the pandemic.4
Danielle Cohn’s Dad Says She’s Not Actually 15 Years Old ‘As Advertised’Social media star and influencer Danielle Cohn has millions of followers: but according to her dad, she’s feeding them a lie. On YouTube, the vlogger writes that she’s 15. Her dad says she’s 13. This comes after Danielle – who has 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube – attracted national notoriety for a series of videos …11
Wolverines Return to Mount Rainier After 100-Year AbsenceConservationists at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State have spotted a wolverine mother and her two offspring, known as kits. A reproductive female hasn’t been seen in this national park for over a century, which suggests ecological conditions in the area are improving.