It is common for people to feel stuck in their lives, constantly haunted by thoughts that they wish they could shake off. But have you ever considered that you may be suffering from a phenomenon known as the “rearview mirror syndrome”? This syndrome, also known as “hindsight bias,” refers to the tendency for people to constantly reflect on the past and focus on what they could have done differently, rather than moving forward and making positive changes in the present.Continue reading Breaking Free from the Rearview Mirror Syndrome: How to Overcome Negative Thoughts and Regrets
On January 2nd, a miraculous event occurred in California when four individuals, including two children, were rescued from a Tesla car that had fallen off a 75-meter cliff on the coast. The incident can truly be considered a miracle.
Eyewitnesses immediately called for help via 911 as soon as the vehicle drove off the cliff on State Route 1, at Devil’s Slide, between San Francisco and Half Moon Bay, California, just after 11 am on Monday.Continue reading Miracle on the California Coast: Four Individuals, Including Two Children, Survive 75-Meter Cliff Plunge in Tesla Car
A recent study conducted by British scientists has revealed the potential role of vitamin B6 in the treatment of anxiety and depression. The study included nearly 480 participants who reported suffering from anxiety or depressive disorders. The participants were divided into three groups: one group received vitamin B6, another group received vitamin B12, and the third group received a placebo. After a month of supplementation, the group that received vitamin B6 reported a significant decrease in their anxiety levels, as confirmed by the SCARED and MFQ tests.Continue reading Vitamin B6: A Potential Solution for Anxiety and Depression
Being FEARLESS isn’t being 100% Not FEARFUL, it’s being terrified but you jump anyway.
Taylor Alison Swift, born December 13th, 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania, is an American singer-songwriter, music producer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter. Her music encompasses a wide range of genres, including country, country pop, contemporary country, synthpop, electropop, pop, teen pop, contemporary R&B, indie folk, indie pop, chamber pop, indie rock, soft rock, pop-rock, rock, spoken word, and power pop.Continue reading Taylor Swift
A family vacationing on the Croatian island of Pag made an unusual discovery while on a New Year’s Day walk. In the water, they found a bottle containing two letters written in Polish. The authors of the letters were two teenage girls from the Krakow area who had written the messages as a way to make a pact with one another.Continue reading Messages in a Bottle: Polish Teenage Girls’ Pact Discovered on Croatian Island
Melancholic, or “black bile” in Greek, is one of the temperaments recognized in the theory of humorism. This theory, which dates back to ancient times, posits that a person’s physical and mental state is determined by the balance of four bodily fluids, or “humors”: blood, yellow bile, black bile, and phlegm. According to this theory, a person with a predominance of black bile was considered a melancholic.Continue reading Exploring the Melancholic Temperament: From Ancient Theory to Modern Understanding
Talent without working hard is nothing.
Cristiano Ronaldo, full name Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, is a Portuguese soccer player who currently plays as a forward for the Saudi club Al-Nassr and the Portugal national team, of which he is captain. He is a Euro 2016 champion and a Euro 2004 silver medalist. He has also participated in the World Cup in 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022, as well as the European Championship in 2008, 2012, and 2020.Continue reading Cristiano Ronaldo
Every day, around 1.4 billion single-use plastic water bottles are sold worldwide. These bottles often end up in the natural environment, and estimates suggest that only 10% of plastic packaging is recycled. Empty bottles end up in oceans and forests, but one 12-year-old girl from Eagle Mountain, United States, has come up with a solution.Continue reading 12-year-old’s Edible ‘Eco-Hero’ Bottle Aims to Solve Plastic Waste Problem
Reading books can be a great way to maintain cognitive function in older adults, and recent research has shown that it may be even more effective than other activities like crossword puzzles. A study published in the journal “Frontiers in Psychology” found that regular reading for pleasure can lead to better memory in older age. The study’s authors, from the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois, argue that reading develops cognitive abilities and positively affects both episodic and working memory, which tend to decline with age.Continue reading Reading Books: A Proven Way to Boost Memory in Older Adults
Above all, don’t fear difficult moments. The best comes from them.
Rita Levi-Montalcini was an Italian neurologist, embryologist, and physician who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1986. She was born on April 22, 1909 in Turin, Italy and passed away on December 30, 2012 in Rome, Italy.
During the 1930s, Levi-Montalcini studied medicine at the University of Turin. However, her academic career was hindered by fascist laws (Manifesto della razza) that targeted individuals of Jewish descent. Despite this, she set up a makeshift and secretive laboratory in her own bedroom to continue her research on the growth of nerve cells. As she was unable to publish her work in Italy, she sent her research to scientific journals in Switzerland and Belgium.Continue reading Rita Levi-Montalcini