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THE BUREAU: Part Eleven, “Your Supervisor Disintegrates” — with a Gysin Dream Machine, an Altman Brain Machine, and Other Hallucinatory Hardware

Week Eleven for The Bureau has you returning back to the office. The HR Video Terminal has a few exit questions, as this will be your last day. While you're completing that, be sure to plug on a Brain Machine and get the Gysin DM spinning. ...

5 Daily Habits That Will Make You A More Positive and Happy Person

As we grow older and gain more wisdom through the years, we realize that money or popularity by themselves do not spell success. Rather, it is the presence of happiness in our lives that makes it all worthwhile. We may be the wealthiest person on our street but if we’re miserable, we are far from successful. ...

How Personal Counseling Helps Mental Health and Addiction

Personal or individual counseling is a process wherein an individual works with a licensed and highly-trained therapist on a one-on-one basis. It’s set in an environment where the person feels most secure and comfortable. That way, he can freely explore his feelings, thoughts, and behavior. It can also help identify areas in his life that ...

Watch this journalist uncover how games mess with his brain

There's a lot of text out about how, for better or worse, playing computer games will mess with your brains. Instead of adding to the pile of words already scrawled on the subject, WIRED's Peter Rubin took it upon himself to work up a video that examines how gaming messes with his brain in particular. ...

5 Really Effective Ways to Champion Mental Health Issues

Mental health is one topic that no one really seems to want to talk about — but it’s a subject that should be on everyone’s mind. As many as one out of every four adults will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives, according to the WHO. Currently, they place the ...

How Our Most Celebrated Geniuses Defeated Creative Block

Do you understand your own mind? Do you know how to spark creativity at will? Probably not. Nobody does. In the 21st century, we have maps of the brain. There are libraries of books on psychology, behavior, and self-improvement but the very wealth of literature demonstrates very little to no knowledge of what really goes ...

Reduced Blood Circulation: An Assessment

10.27.2011 · Posted in Health Articles

Uncertainties about blood movement are more apt to be relevant to older folks, though young people with particular medical conditions may also be at risk. While a lot of things can add to this affliction, it would seem a natural part of the getting older process for the blood to circulate less. But reduced movement ...