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Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? Psychologists have the answer

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Lauren Geall
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    Workouts

    Is working out one day a week enough to keep you fit?

  • A couple after an argument
    Relationships

    Did lockdown take its toll on your relationship? This exercise could help you reconnect

  • A confused woman
    Life

    Struggle to make decisions? You might be focusing on the wrong thing

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A woman staying at home during the pandemic
Life

Why switching off from the coronavirus news cycle won’t make you less stressed

In fact, a new study suggests doing the exact opposite.

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Lauren Geall
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Life

The scientific reason why helping others makes you feel so good

Looking to boost your mood and make a difference? You’ve come to the right place.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Life

This is what makes a good liar, according to science

Want to get better at lying? Here’s how the best do it...

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Lauren Geall
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Life

Men are three times “more emotional” at work than women, who knew?

Spoiler: we did.

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Jessica Rapana
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Hannah-Rose Yee
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There’s a scientific explanation behind all your bad (and good) relationship habits

Feel like you’re repeating yourself in each new partnership? Well, there’s a reason for that.

am i an alcoholic
Life

There are 3 types of drinking personalities, and this one’s the most likely to binge

Your alcohol habits might be more predictable than you think.

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Jessica Rapana
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Life

Let us (and science) convince you to get out the board games this Christmas

Monopoly, anyone?

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Jessica Rapana
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Life

Turning on more lights helps us to feel warmer in winter

Step away from the thermostat.

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Georgie Young
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Life

Losing sleep? It could be down to the way you’re using social media

Are you losing sleep over social media, literally?

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Jessica Rapana
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How practicing mindfulness could help us to overcome our fears
Life

How practising mindfulness could help you overcome your fears

The technique could help us to retrain our brain’s reactions, according to a new study.

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Lauren Geall
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Long Reads

Beautiful portraits of centenarians show what joy looks like around the world

Need an instant happiness boost? These touching images are guaranteed to make you smile.

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Kayleigh Dray
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Vanessa Hudgens just got real about going through a quarter-life crisis at 27

Have you hit a crossroads in life? A huge 75% of us do at a certain age – and Vanessa Hudgens is no different.

The monthly pill could help women who forget to take their daily contraception.
Life

The pill stops you recognising these emotions

A new study has found that women on the Pill are less likely to detect “complex” emotions like contempt and pride.

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Emily Baker
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Life

“Women are scared to run alone, but running groups are not the answer”

The police have warned women to run in groups to avoid sexual harassment. But why is the responsibility being heaped on us?

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Moya Crockett
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Life

Incredibly, this is what happens to your body as you fall in love

A new study has found the answers we’ve been looking for.

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Susan Devaney
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Life

10 hidden benefits of coffee, according to science

Go on, pour yourself another.

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Stylist Team
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Life

Taking multiple selfies fuels this dubious character trait

Brace yourselves for the results of an eye-opening new study

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Anna Brech
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Careers

These are the buzzwords annoying your colleagues in 2018

Seem familiar?

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Susan Devaney
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Susan Devaney
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Scientists now think this could be the key to a good night’s sleep

We're listening

Life

The one tell-tale sign of a narcissist

(It's not what you would expect)

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Anna Brech
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