Taming Emotions with Third Person Monologue

Talking to oneself needs not to be seen as a sign of lunacy or bizarre behavior anymore. A third-person monologue could become a useful strategy for emotional management according to a team of researchers in Michigan, USA.

Apparently, people do a better job of controlling their emotions when…

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New Experimental Drug Reverses Symptoms of Dementia

Alzheimer's disease affects a significant percentage of adults older than 65. It is the most prevalent form of dementia worldwide and is increasingly present in developed countries, where the lifespan is increasing. Medical science urgently seeks solutions to prevent or slow down the progression of…

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