After living with the curly tresses all our lives, you would think that we have what it takes to manage them. But, no. We are nowhere near conquering the beautiful phenomenon that is curly hair. The two major setbacks of curly hair are frizz and tangles. While frizziness is more to do with the appearance of your hair (okay, we know that is putting it mildly), tangles can do some great damage to your hair to the point of no return. Tangles are what make us wary of the curly tresses. … [Read more...] about Enjoy Tangle-Free Curly Hair With These Smart Hacks
Diabetics, Smokers, Elderly At Increased Risk Of Covid-19 Pneumonia People underlying heart and lung conditions, diabetes and the elderly (people aged 65 and over) are at risk of getting pneumonia, as well as people with medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer or chronic disease affecting the lungs, heart, kidney or liver, smokers, Indigenous Australians, and infants aged 12 months and under. … [Read more...] about Coronaviurus: What Is Covid-19 Pneumonia? How Does It Affect The Lungs?
An example of such cases reported from India is a 29-year-old rail employee in Bihar, a 57-year-old man in West Bengal, a 60-year-old bank officer in Odisha and a young political leader in Kerala. In none of these cases were the authorities able to trace the exact source of the virus. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: What Is Community Transmission? Has It Affected India Yet?
Happiness, however, is distinct from “a meaningful life,” which includes a sense of “purpose, coherence, and significance” (p. 258). Unlike happiness, people can live this type of inwardly-directed life regardless of their objective circumstances. In the words of the authors, “Thus, the lack of luck and fortune does not preclude individuals living in difficult conditions from leading a good life via leading a meaningful life“ (p. 258). Although extraversion is positively related to people’s sense of meaning in life, this relationship is weaker than is the case for happiness. … [Read more...] about Is There an Introvert Advantage in Social Distancing?
First, please take a moment to consider what you think the most crucial trait might be. Are you thinking about self-confidence, decisiveness, wisdom, resilience, charisma, Type A personalty, grit, something about intelligence, something from Myers-Briggs, or something from the Big 5? I nominate something different: the “free trait.” Cambridge Professor Brian Little writes about this concept, based on his decades of studying the psychology of pursuing personal goals and projects. … [Read more...] about This Could Be the Most Important Personality Trait. Really.