Procrastination, as might be guessed, is not a rare phenomenon. In one study, data collected from people of six countries, including the United States, showed that about 13.5% and 14.6% of men and women, respectively, self-identify as chronic procrastinators.Read More
You’ve just moved into college, and you feel like you’re ready to roll. You’ve got a brand-new comforter set to fit your twin XL bed, a shower caddy to survive your floor’s communal bathroom, and a laundry bag to (unfortunately) do your own laundry. You’ve met your roommate, checked in with your RA, and mapped out your classes on campus. You’re prepared to mingle with new friends, use up a lot of money on textbooks, and spend long nights studying. You think you’re ready to tackle whatever the new college life has in store for you. But wait, what’s this?Read More
The transition from winter to spring is often rainy and cold, which conjures up thoughts of snuggling in a warm blanket with a hot chocolate in hand, drifting between napping on the couch, and changing the channels on the TV. Even the most motivated exercising go-getters are tempted by this couch potato habit...Read More
Self-examination is a tool that can be used to detect cancer in its early stages. It is something that can be done at home by anyone who wants to increase chances for early detection of abnormal...Read More
How long does it take you to enter deep slumber? For the average person without sleeping problems, it takes about 10-20 minutes. During this time, the snoozer will change positions multiple times...