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Research Sheds Light on Why the Worry
People with anxiety have an extraordinary ability to anticipate potential problems. This makes them great to be with – they are the ones with the plan B, the plan C, the spare batteries, the phone charger and the escape route. Being able to anticipate trouble can be a great strength, but like any strength, too much can... Read more »
Forum to shed light on trends in business in northwest Houston
Community leaders are preparing for the 2014 Economic Outlook Forum - the fourth annual event in which the Northwest Houston Chamber of Commerce forecasts issues and trends for the upcoming business year. Chamber president Barbara Thomason said the line-up of speakers will touch on all aspects of business development in the area - from the effects of new transportation routes to changes in government regulations. The…
Project Sheds Light on What Drives Genes
Researchers hope the discoveries, described in two dozen papers released on Wednesday, will eventually lead to a deeper understanding of diseases and new ways to treat or cure them.
Psychologist sheds light on how to treat anxiety
CHICAGO, Ill. -- People experience anxiety on a regular basis but not many know when and how to treat it. 40 million adults in the U.S. are affected by anxiety disorders, making it the most common mental illness and one that costs the country billions of dollars a year. Yet while anxiety is a highly treatable disorder, people don't often seek out treatment.
Research sheds light on epilepsy treatments
New research from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) canine epilepsy clinic has shed light on why some dogs do not respond to anti-epilepsy treatments.
Shedding light on leadership lessons for the energy industry
Specialised MBAs aim to help executives understand the fast pace of change in the oil and gas business
Shedding light on the new VETS-4212 form
The Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS) has issued a final ruling changing the way federal contractors get applicants to self-id.
How a mystery series sheds light on Tibet
Author Eliot Pattison decries the occupation of Tibet via his 'Inspector Shan' detective series.
Microsoft finally sheds light on Windows 10 telemetry
This morning’s revelations about Win10 Creators Update snooping (finally!) sheds light on your privacy, but there's a whole lotta snoopin' goin' on
Study sheds light on how people read Arabic
The research is among only a few that have looked at eye movements with Arabic readers, with most being conducted with English readers, and it is hoped it will help diagnose conditions such as dyslexia.
Theo-what? Shedding light on Theoroi, Schubert Club’s arts ambassador program
I regularly find myself discussing and answering questions about our very unique young professionals program, Theoroi, with audience members, colleagues in the industry and even our own Board Membe…
“The Widow Lincoln” Sheds Light on Financial Lessons for Widows
As Mary Todd Lincoln’s character in “The Widow Lincoln” faces dozens of unpaid bills for home furnishings, clothes and jewelry, she asks, “How will I ever pay these debts? I am nothing. I am no one.” On top of moving out of the White House, mothering her sons and moving...
How To Build A Strong Healthcare IT Network
Your healthcare clients need to share information securely and reliably among their locations, with other offices, laboratories, and testing facilities, and with their patients
Why does dieting not work? Study sheds light
A new mouse study finds a neuroscientific explanation for why limiting the amount of food we eat may have no effect on our weight.
At Death’s Door, Shedding Light On How To Live
When you learn you have a terminal illness, how do you live with purpose and authenticity?
Hidden Cameras Shed Light on What Women Have to Deal With Every Day
Harassment is one of those things that people tend to not really think about until it happens to them. People are so busy these days that their attention is fractured in a million different directi…
How the Vatican Can Shed Light on the Holocaust
The Vatican has refused to open all of its World War II archives. Pope Francis’ visit to Auschwitz on Friday is the perfect moment to change policy.
Study sheds light on how Africans use Twitter
How Africa Tweets is an annual study by Portland Communications which highlights Twitter trends, hashtag usage and online habits in Africa.
New ICIT Report Explains How To Crush The Health Sector’s Ransomware Pandemic
In a new ICIT report called How to Crush the Health Sector’s Ransomware Pandemic, the authors suggest putting machine learning throughout the layers of health organisations’ IoT microcosm, allowing what they call a “virtually, omnipresent, algorithmic defense”. IT security experts from ESET, AlienVault and FireMon commented below. Mark James, IT Security Specialist at ESET: “Combating or limiting ransomware …