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Here's How The Brain Makes Or Breaks A Habit

Your brain has processes it follows to make or break habits. Researchers are exploring how these brain processes can be manipulated to strike a balance between habitual and deliberate action.

Neuroscience May 27, 2016

The Best Time To Quit A Bad Habit Like Smoking Is When Changing Jobs Or Moving House: Experts

A new study in the United Kingdom found that the best time to ditch a bad habit like smoking is during a major life change. This could occur when you're changing jobs or moving house, researchers said.

Life January 28, 2016

How Mark Zuckerberg's Monochromatic Wardrobe Helps His Success

Mark Zuckerberg's wardrobe is apparently a contributor to his success. Find out why not having to think about what to wear helps a person succeed.

Internet Culture January 26, 2016

Couples Have Easier Time Kicking Bad Habits When They Work Together

Quitting bad habits and adopting good ones is easier when the goal is undertaken with a partner, a new study suggests. Just how effective is support for adopting healthy living choices?

Life January 20, 2015

New Year's Resolutions: Why They're So Hard to Follow and How You Can Stick to Them

New Year's resolutions are often quickly broken - here are some tips on keeping goals for 2015.

Life December 30, 2014

CDC study sheds new light on sexuality, habits of U.S. population

For the first time ever the federal government has released an extensive report that includes insight on sexuality and the lives and habits of U.S. residents. Some are calling it a major step to remedy gaps in understanding the role of sexual orientation.

Life July 18, 2014

Teens fighting less, smoking less and having less sex, but some bad habits are increasing

Most teenage bad habits are on the decline but some behavior remains a concern to federal agency officials. Texting while driving and unprotected sex appear to be increasing.

Life June 13, 2014

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