After a year of virtual gathering, getting back to real-life relationships can be intimidating. These eight simple exercises can help. Read full article: NY times; Need to Dust Off Your Social Skills?, By Bonnie Tsui.
World’s largest neuroscience prize goes to researchers whose work has paved way for preventive treatments. Read Full Article: The Guardian; Scientists who discovered migraine mechanism win £1.1m Brain prize
The more students fall behind in the pandemic, the less likely they are to feel that they can catch up. Read full article: NY Times; How to Help a Teen Out of a Homework Hole, By: Lisa Damour
Experts say some symptoms, especially in women, are mistaken for other conditions such as mood disorders or depression. Read full article: NY Times; Navigating My Son’s A.D.H.D. Made Me Realize I Had It, Too. By: Heidi Borst
“The irony of wellbeing is that it requires consistent diligence and self-awareness — not traditional ADHD strong points. But as beings with overactive nervous systems, it’s important we have tools in place to help calm and regulate our brains so we can fulfill our vast potential.” Read full article: Attitude Magazine: “8 Rules of Wellbeing: An Aid Kit for Women with ADHD”
Jessica McCabe used YouTube to teach herself about A.D.H.D. Her videos taught others. Then she built a business. Read full article: The New York Times; Hello, Brains! A Life Spent Helping Others Understand A.D.H.D. Online. By Cheryl Maguire
More than one in 10 Americans have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, but they are still awaiting a clear answer to a key question: What can they do once they are fully vaccinated? Read full article: The Washington Post, Opinion: The vaccinated need to know What’s safe for them to do?
You know that thing where you stubbornly stay up late for no reason because you feel like you didn’t get any time to yourself? Here’s how to stop. Read Full Article: Glamour, ‘Revenge Bedtime Procrastination’ Is Real, According to Psychologists
Do you hate the sound of chewing so much it gives you dry heaves? Or does the sound of a knuckle cracking make you want to scream? If your reactions to noise strike others as extreme, you may have sensitivity to sound. Continue reading
For all that scientists have done to tame the biological world, there are still things that lie outside the realm of human knowledge. The coronavirus was one such alarming reminder, when it emerged with murky origins in late 2019 and found naïve, unwitting hosts in the human body. Even as science began to unravel many of the virus’s mysteries—how it spreads, how it tricks its … Continue reading