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Research on 'Time-Starved' Mothers

Married couples in the United States spend, on average, 130 hours per week on paid and unpaid work combined. But all our hard work is not enough. Research ...

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Transatlantic Communication—in 1901 and Today

Near Cape Spear, the easternmost point of continental North America, you can find St. John's, Newfoundland. From there you can be one of the first to ...

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App Designer Explains How We Get Hooked

How do Silicon Valley tech gurus design a successful app, an app that will hook consumers and then keep them hooked so they keep coming back to the app? ...

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The Rush and Pressure of Modern Life

There is a pervasive form of contemporary violence. The rush and pressures of modern life are a form of its innate violence. To allow oneself to be carried ...

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When New Technology Makes Us Its Servant

In the early 1890s, French painter Auguste Renoir overheard two of his colleagues, Edgar Degas and Jean-Louis Forain, talking about the technological ...

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Doctors Diagnose 'Hurry Sickness'

Half a century ago, an upholsterer from San Francisco made a curious discovery. He was called to a cardiologist's office to reupholster some chairs in ...

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Michael Jordan's Victory Without His Father

People of my generation are like Michael Jordan.

I vividly recall watching one of Jordan's six NBA championships. During one championship run, Jordan and ...

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We Can't Have 'Ordinary' Experiences Anymore

Joe Queenan, writer for the New York Times and GQ, criticizes what he calls our culture's "inability to accept the ordinary." Queenan says that we insist ...

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Author Tries to Find a "Cure" for His Anxiety

In an article in The Atlantic magazine, Scott Stossel shares openly about his lifelong attempts to deal with the anguish of anxiety. From an early age ...

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America's Anger and Fear Epidemic

According to a new USA Today study, the share of Americans who report feeling angry or irritable has surged from 50 percent just two years ago to 60 percent ...

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