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7 Ways Meditation Can Actually Change the Brain
Why the Brains of High-Powered People May Be Prone to Addiction
Depression Isn't Always 
What You Think: The
Subtle Signs
Where the Rich and Famous Go for Addiction Treatment [Profile of Richard Taite]
Meringue Kiss
Exercise Can't Save Us: Our Sugar Intake Is The Real Culprit, Say Experts
The Science Of Spirituality: A Psychologist And A Neuroscientist Explain Being 'In The Flow'
A Better Way To Deal With The Negative Thoughts In Our Heads
Curcumin May Reverse Memory Problems, Improve Mood
The University of Chicago:  Chicago Booth Review
How poverty changes your mind-set
Understanding psychology may be key to addressing the problem.
What happened to your goals? 
The science of motivation can help you finish what you started.
Think you're not racist? 
Research uncovers our secret prejudices, and ways to overcome them.
What your future self can teach you
The 'future you' can help you be wealthier, healthier, and more generous in the present.
Chicago Booth Magazine
Boss Mug
How Can You Make Mentoring More Effective? 
We explored what makes for an effective mentorship relationship with three Booth experts.
Robot
How Can Humans Work With Artificial Intelligence? 
AI may take the place of some jobs, but it will also create new jobs—and free up humans to engage in more creative and, well, human tasks. 
Society for Neuroscience
Woman Artist
In Review: Investing in the Brain’s Cognitive Reserve
Gladstone Institute
Scientist Using Microscope
Carving New Paths in the Fight against HIV
Johns Hopkins Magazine
Senior Swimmer
Careful Wording
Hopkins geriatrician Nancy Schoenborn wants to set a gold standard for discussing health and life expectancy.
Boston University Questrom School of Business Magazine
Clapping Audience
Be More Persuasive
New research shows new ways to convince customers--and coworkers--that they need to buy what you're selling.
TheAtlantic.com
The Robots of Medicine
In theory, surgical robots should assist clunky humans with tasks that we have trouble with, but we're still outperforming them in many ways.
'Hurtful and Beautiful': Life with Multiple Sclerosis
Poet and teacher Laurie Lambeth discusses her perspective on the ever-changing normals of life with the constant reminder that "physical ability is tenuous at best." 
YogaGlo.com
The Language of Yoga: Satsanga
The Sanskrit word comes from the root “sat,” which means “truth” and “sanga,” which means “coming together.”
The Eight Limbs of Yoga: Ishvara Pranidhana
The fifth and final niyama, ishvara pranidhana, is the queen mother of all the restraints and observances that serve as the roots of yoga: Surrender.
TheDoctorWillSeeYouNow.com
How (Not) to Mess Up Your Kids
Twelve things parents do that can damage their children. How to avoid such mistakes.
Growth Factor May Curb
Alzheimer's
A growth factor (GCSF) often used to increase white blood cell production in the bone marrow of cancer patients may actually reverse Alzheimer‘s.