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Living

Though we often equate compulsions and addictions, researchers are now drawing a sharp distinction between these two behaviors—one is about avoiding and the other about seeking.

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Living

Giving someone your full attention in conversation isn’t easy, but it is a skill we can practice and hone.

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Body & Mind

When researchers at UCLA compared the brains of meditators to non-meditators they found that meditator’s brains were almost a decade younger by the time people reach their mid 50s.

illustration person standing under wave
Living

Though we often equate compulsions and addictions, researchers are now drawing a sharp distinction between these two behaviors—one is about avoiding and the other about seeking.

illustration of ear
Living

Giving someone your full attention in conversation isn’t easy, but it is a skill we can practice and hone.

Maria Kazanova/Adobe Stock
Body & Mind

When researchers at UCLA compared the brains of meditators to non-meditators they found that meditator’s brains were almost a decade younger by the time people reach their mid 50s.