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Binge-Drinkers’ Brains Put More Effort to Feel Empathy For Others

Are you a binge drinker? Read this carefully. Researchers now claim that binge-drinkers' brains have to put more effort into trying to feel empathy...

Importance of Ensuring Good Work Culture Even During Remote Work

By Siddhi Jain  Leaders need to lead by example in setting a good work culture even during these times. Leaders who listen, encourage collaboration, are...

Empathy of Medical Students Decline In Clinical Phase, Study Finds

While medical students gain key healing skills as their education progresses, one important quality seems to wane: empathy. According to a study from Thomas Jefferson...

Internships for Students With Good People Skills

College students, especially the first and second year ones, often hesitate to apply to internships for the reason that they don’t have any job-specific...

A Video Game can Change the Brain, May Improve Empathy in Middle Schoolers

Researchers have found that an experimental video game on middle schoolers may improve an understanding of helping others in need, as it boosts connectivity...

World Suicide Prevention Day: Empathizing with the Depressed Can Curtail Chances of Suicide, Suggests Study

New Delhi, Sep 10, 2017: If you know someone who is visibly depressed or struggling to cope with challenges of life, do not hesitate...

Anger Issues? 8 Ways to Get Done With it Now !

July 17, 2017: Anger is fatal! It can cause serious harm to you and other’s connected with you. In the time of proliferating violence, you...

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