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3 ways to avoid the temptation to cheat on your next exam

Avoid the temptation to cheat by improving your time management and citation skills.
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8 proven ways to be happier that you can try today

Rate this article and enter to winMoney, fame, love, sports, chocolate—what works? For centuries, we’ve been trying to figure out what makes us happy. Psychologists, economists, theologians, and others have come at this from...
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Apps + podcasts we love: Invisibilia

Zuriel, Portland, Oregon  Reviewed episodes “How to Become Batman” (January 22, 2015) “The New Norm” (June 17, 2016) “Invisibilia explores how the almost imperceptible differences in the way we think or behave can have huge...

Sleep science: What we know, what we don’t, and why it matters

Rate this article and enter to win“Basically everything you do, you do better with a good night’s sleep,” says Dr. Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine....

It’s worth starting early: Your low-stress plan for college prep

Rate this article and enter to winIt’s never too early to start thinking about college, especially if you’ve been putting it off (we’re looking at you, juniors). We get it—it’s overwhelming, maybe even ridiculous-sounding...
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Your perfect plate: All the things in one easy recipe

Rate this article and enter to winWait, how do I eat healthy? According to a recent Student Health 101 survey, only 25 percent of students say they feel confident that they eat balanced meals...
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Hangnail or heart attack? How to navigate online health info

 Three out of four web users say they search for health information online, according to Pew Research. But how can you know if that info is reliable? Anyone can publish a website, and it’s...