We are all hearing about emotional cheating now with the recent strings of celebrity divorces and break ups. But what is it? Is it a valid deal breaker? How do you distinguish between friendship and emotional cheating? Get the 411 here and decide if you are involved with an emotional cheater.
You’ve always been told to follow your dreams, but a new study reiterates the age-old saying that the only way to make your dream come true, is to wake up! See how day dreaming can sabotage your future success and why you might want to dash those dreams and start living in reality.
What does someone’s Facebook profile say about them? Are our profiles a representation of who we really are or who we WANT to be? Wonder no more! Scientists conducted a study to see whether people portray their real or idealized personalities on social networking sites such as Facebook; find out the results here.
Sex, booze or money just can’t compare with the pleasure college students get from a boost to their self-esteem, according a new study of college students that found the desire for praise trumped other desires or needs. Read more and see if you agree with these findings!
Studies show music has the same affect on the brain as do drugs. Does music have the ability to cause you to feel euphoria? What do you think about the music you listen to? Do you view your music as a drug? Find out more on the study here!
Ladies, ever wondered the effect of crying on men? Many women believe that crying makes men feel sympathetic and more loving towards a woman. If you thought that, think again! Read on to hear all about the science behind what happens when you cry in front of your man.
A report released by the University of Minnesota Boynton Health Service has revealed that 38.5 percent of college students are overweight and/or obese. It’s hard to judge when college students are so busy handling their social lives, personal lives, academic lives, financial lives and family lives! To get the biggest bang for YOUR buck, check out the 10 most calorie burning exercises for when you work out!
If you thought your freshman fifteen were harmless pesky pounds that won’t hurt your overall health—think again! According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, being even slightly overweight can lead to a premature death.