With the pandemic keeping families at home the past couple of years, you might think they would be reading more. However, U.S. adults read 2 to 3 fewer books per year than they did between 2001 and 2016, according to a Gallup poll. Another survey by Pew Research found that 23% of Americans didn’t read a single book in 2021, and that figure is even higher for those under age … [Read more...] about Who Else Wants to Read More Effectively?
Many employees are becoming more selective about job offers, thanks to labor shortages and the increase in hybrid work. If you’re part of the Great Resignation or just considering your options, this may be an ideal time to find an employer who shares your values. Cultural fit has been a standard part of career advice for generations because happiness at work usually means … [Read more...] about Who Else Wants to Find an Employer Who Shares Your Values?
Students face many challenging tasks in college. They deal with boring lectures, irregular schedules, and test anxiety. The University of Calgary conducted a study that indicated that about 75% of students labeled themselves as procrastinators. Out of that number, 50% mentioned that procrastination was a consistent problem. Everybody has their way of dealing with … [Read more...] about How to Deal with Procrastination at College
When you have sensitive skin, you might be tempted to load up on products that promise relief from the redness, burning, stinging, and itching. However, the secret to success often lies in doing less. What does sensitive skin mean anyway? It’s sometimes used to describe clinical conditions like eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, or contact dermatitis. Other times it can refer to a … [Read more...] about The Secret to Caring for Sensitive Skin
Have you ever heard ringing in your ears after attending a loud concert or fireworks display? If so, you’ve experienced a temporary form of chronic tinnitus that affects as many as 60 million Americans. Now, scientists may have accidentally discovered new interventions that could help. While studying deep brain stimulation, researchers at the University of Minnesota found … [Read more...] about New Help for Tinnitus