The imitation game: Why we follow the crowd in times of crisis
Irrational herd behaviour can be magnified by uncertainty and upheaval. But crisis can also prompt more positive imitation.
The benefit of time-restricted eating
How time-restricted eating can make a big impact for those with type 2 diabetes and why we should all curb late-night snacking.
Digital detox: how taking a break from Facebook can reduce stress
Ever tried a Facebook detox? New research shows you’ll probably be less stressed if you do.
How to exercise when you're stuck at home
Even if the arrival of Covid-19 means you're spending a lot more time at home, Dr Craig Duncan says there's still ways to keep fit and healthy – and off the couch.
Sorting fact from fiction in the world of fitness and nutrition
World-renowned researcher, Professor John Hawley, helps navigate the seemingly endless stream of fad diets and exercise trends.
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.
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