Rediscovering meditation's roots
While meditation goes through ‘fad’ phases – it is an ancient practice, with significant religious roots.
Putting a name to the 'lost emotion' of our distracted age
Exploring the ancient emotion of acedia, an unwelcome by-product of the pandemic, with ACU’s Dr Jonathan Zecher.
Stopping the scourge of 'vaccine hesitancy'
The philosopher with a plan to disrupt global anti-vaxxer networks.
Shifting the focus from size to exercise
Research shows it may be better to be fat and fit than slim and sedentary.
How reading can make you a better person
There is increasing evidence that shows reading offers cognitive, social, psychological and even moral benefits to the reader.
Does social media influence our memory?
Dr Diane Charleson's new research is about how we make memories – and like it or not, social media is getting in on the action.
Why the short parental leash may be stifling active children
Busy lifestyles, poor neighbourhood planning and parental fear are creating a ‘backseat generation’ of kids who don't move enough.
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