Reading is Brain Food

"The GOOD News is reading has immense potential to improve many parts of your life and longevity." Reading rewires parts of your brain. Maryanne Wolf explains in her book, Proust...

British scientists have a ultimate superbug killer

With superbugs on the rise around the world. British scientists have made a breakthrough. Scientists have made a breakthrough in the antibiotic resistance battle — the urgency has never been...

Challenge Your Fears – Dealing With Anxiety

The GOOD News is we all need help with anxiety, and this can help. Regardless of its frequency or severity in your life, anxiety has a penchant for showing up...

Build Relationships with Great Questions

This is GOOD News because we all want to build great relationship in every situation. DON’T ASK, DON’T GET “Be a good listener,” Dale Carnegie advised in his 1936 classic How...

Don’t Trust People Because They Sound Good

In other words, your brain can instinctively trust people simply because they sound as if they know what they're talking about. Put another way, "Whom we trust is not only...

Brain Stimulation May Help Stutterers, Students, and Athletes

Sending a mild shock to the brain may help resolve speech problems. It may also offer an innovative way to improve learning and performance levels. A recent study revealed that...

Your Coffee Habit is Good for You – Studies Show

Yes, people have been concerned about it since the 16th century, but as long as we’ve been analyzing its effects we’ve observed that drinking coffee tends to improve your...

The benefits of having friends who aren’t ‘just like us’

Over 60 years of research - from North America to Europe, Asia, Africa and Australasia - suggests that contact between groups is a powerful means of improving relations. In many...

Live to 100 in Naples Florida

Naples in Florida is trying to help more of its residents live to 100 by adopting ways of life from parts of the world where people live the longest. GO...

How Many Friends Do You Need?

GOOD News is Friends make you happy and healthy We're social creatures by nature who rely on one another, so we automatically seek out people to create substantial relationships. But how...