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L’onestà aiuta il nostro benessere
By Cristina Cordsen
Dire bugie può essere dannoso per la nostra salute fisica e mentale. È quanto dichiarato durante la conferenza The science of honesty tenutasi lo scorso agosto a Orange County, durante la centoventesima conferenza annuale dell’American psychologial association. Lo studio, della durata di dieci settimane, è stato effettuato su centodieci persone tra i diciotto e i settantuno anni, con lo scopo di determinare l’impatto della bugia sul senso di rilassatezza percepito dicendo la verità.
This article was published on page 13 of Il Mensile in January 2013.
More than a year ago, the University of Michigan did a study to try to answer that very question. In the study, “They found significant and complex immune responses in the people who got sick and the people who didn’t….Although they understand that some people’s immune systems resist the virus, they still don’t know how or why that happens.”
This blog was published on KPC News on Jan. 27, 2013.
If you live in Japan you're probably feeling pretty good. The quality of health there is ranked number one in the world according to a decades-long study funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. If you live in the U.S. it's a different story, and not one to feel good about.
Is there anything we could have done to prevent this from happening?
It’s a question asked too often these days, most recently following the tragic events near Albuquerque, New Mexico where a 15-year old boy is accused of murdering his parents and three siblings, apparently with plans to continue his shooting rampage at a local Wal-Mart.
While I was establishing goals for the 2013 year, an article by Deepak Chopra titled, “The big idea(s) for 2013: A Critical Mass of Consciousness” caught my attention. As I read further, I realized that a goal has a better chance of being successful if it is in concert with the efforts of others.
This blog was published in BlogCritics on Jan. 14, 2013.