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The psychology behind why we're so bad at keeping New Year's resolutions

Jan 07, 2018

About 80% of people fail to stick to their New Year's resolutions for longer than six weeks. Most resolutions involve trying to be healthier in some way. Psychological reasons we don't succeed include overthinking how arduous our resolutions will be, and leaving ourselves mental get-out clauses.

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Psychology Explains New Year Resolutions, Hits and Misses

Dec 31, 2017

New psychological research explains just why most people fail their New Year Resolutions and suggests a novel way to ensure you don’t end up having to make the same New Year Resolutions yet again next year.

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Is Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia Lessened by Switching to Buprenorphine?

Apr 11, 2017

In a prospective pilot study reported in the Journal of Nature and Science, researchers at the University of Michigan observed changes in several measures of pain in patients suspected of opioid-induced hyperalgesia (OIH) after transitioning from opioids to buprenorphine. 

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>> Read Cited Article: J Nat Sci, 3(2):e319, 2017


 

How to burn more calories when sitting on the couch

Mar 12, 2017

The modern obsession with obesity is doing us a disservice in ways we may not even realise. It puts the focus on how much we weigh, our fat levels or our paunch. We focus on what we don’t want. It’s a classic mistake that any successful entrepreneur, chief executive or self-help guru will warn against.

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>> Read Cited Article: J Nat Sci, 3(1):e272, 2017