New science from dogs and foxes says our survival is not because we’re smarter. It’s because we’re friendlier.

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Four chemicals in your body help you feel pleasure, happiness, and even love. And you can increase them in healthy, scientific ways.

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Serotonin

  • Eat your fruit and veggies. According Dr. Eva Selhub…


What is happiness? And what is the one thing science says makes us happy?

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Having all the facts on your side is not enough

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That’s what popular Yale psychologist Laurie Santos says.

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And what new scientific revelations are finding out about it.

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Science provides surprising answers to why we need to be treated fairly.

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Science sheds light on why heartache has to hurt so much.

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We like to think we have our own thoughts and feelings. But do we?

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Thomas Christopher

Science, psychology, and history. Sometimes with a personal angle.

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