We recently came across a great article about sleeping at Healthy Holistic Living (HHL), and wanted to archive it on our website alongside a few that we’ve already posted on this subject. Sleep is still somewhat of an enigma in the scientific world – from the correct way to sleep to why we need it, the study of […]
I have had so many conversations or email exchanges with students in the last few years wherein I anger them by indicating that simply saying, "This is my opinion" does not preclude a connected statement from being dead wrong. It still baffles me that some feel those four words somehow...
For over 50 years stand-up comedians have played an important part in the examination of popular culture and society. Several generations of comedians have served as critics and observers of American life.
Do we have a right to choose our racial identity or sex? For example, if a person’s biological parents are white, can that person say he or she is black? If someone is born male, can he demand to be known as a woman?
Entomologists -- scientists who study insects -- are working with other scientists to learn why bee colonies are dying in the United States. They call the problem “colony collapse disorder.” Bees play a role in a third of our food. People are volunteering to help these important insects survive.
The HR industry misuses language as a sort of low-tech mind control to avert our eyes from office atrocities and keep us fixed on our inboxes In our age there is no such thing as ‘keeping out of human resources’.
Emojis are the fastest growing language in the UK – what does this mean for the future of communication? As we all know, facial expressions, visual presence and body language are vital to appearing a confident speaker.
Ministry of Justice staff are told to avoid starting sentences with ‘yet’, not to use ‘impact’ as a verb and to write ‘make sure’ instead of ‘ensure’ Michael Gove, the justice secretary, has issued his civil servants with detailed orders on using...
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