Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

988 Lifeline Dialing Code Launches

On July 16, 2022, the dialing code 988 will become available across the US to route callers to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network.

Humor | Humor

Is Hillary Clinton Sending Hitmen After You? Look For These Troubling Signs

Uh oh! You just came across something incriminating about Hillary Clinton! Whatever you do, don't go to the press! They know everything anyway. Trust no one!Oh wait, you already blabbed to Jerry from marketing? Ugh, okay. Better be on your guard.Look for

Music | Music

Watch Deep Purple play a solemn Beatles cover during their first ever TV performance

Deep Purple’s beginnings can be traced back to 1967, when Searchers drummer Chris Curtis pitched the idea of creating a British rock supergroup. They would be called Roundabout, so named for his far-fetched plan for a small group of musicians to be

News | News

TrueFuture TV - Episode 3: Israel-All About the Child

TrueFuture TV – Episode 3: Israel-All About the Child In this episode of TrueFuture: Israel, we take you inside ALYN Children’s Hospital in Jerusalem – a fantastic facility with amazing people focused exclusively on children. In a countr

Psychology | Personality

Research shows that Bystanders Intervene to Help Strangers

A famous result in psychology says that people fail to intervene when they see people in violent situations, but a review of CCTV footage finds that isn't true

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

How People Who Appear the Happiest Could be the Most Dangerously Depressed

Why are people who are depressed look so happy? The term ‘smiling depression’ – appearing happy to others while internally suffering depressive symptoms – has become increasingly popular.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

We Tell Suicidal People to ‘Get Help.’ But What Happens When They Do? | The Mighty

The Mighty answers the question, "What really happens to people who get help when they're suicidal?"

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Pictures: Abbreviations Your Doctor Uses

EKG, UTI, RICE and more: Click through to find out what each letter means and why it’s important.

Psychology | Personality


Funny thing about this word… We use it to imply “merely” when what we really mean is just the opposite. “Can you just tweak this design?” “Can you just re-write this page?” “Can you just tell us wh…

News | The News

Some OC residents: We want to help the homeless — just don't put them in our neighborhoods

Orange County supervisors approved plans to spend $70 million for permanent housing for the homeless, citing locations in Huntington Beach, Irvine and Laguna Niguel

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

17 Ingenious Applications of Your Kitchen Accessories

The peeler and the ice cream spoon are usually used as intended. Their names can reveal exactly what is their function. But you probably don't know that you can use many of your kitchen appliances in different ways.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

House Cleaning Robots That Can Help You Clean Your Home by Demi Stanley

Life is too short to waste your time cleaning the whole house every single day. It’s boring, and usually the last thing you’re thinking about after a long working day. So, why not take a look at some ...

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Your life is replaying your perception of past experiences. If you step outside…

Your life is replaying your perception of past experiences. If you step outside of your story and learn how to become an observer, you will find that… - Carly Pepin - Google+

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

How To Help Someone With Depression – The Definitive Guide

Travel | Travel

Istanbul travel guide - Wikitravel

Open source travel guide to Istanbul, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more. Free and reliable advice written by Wikitravellers from around the globe.

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Why Apologizing the Right Way Matters

“It’s one of the largest, longest, and, we think, most definitive studies of the effects of conciliatory gestures on human conflict resolution ever conducted,” Michael McCullough, professor of psychology and lead researcher, said in a press release.