Psychology

Does Loneliness Plague Today’s Elderly? – Not Really According to Recent Studies

Loneliness as an epidemic is one of many research subjects being funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Doing so helps government health agencies devise measures that will enable people to break the dangerous cycle of depression loneliness. Although previous reports suggested that loneliness is prevalent among the elderly, two recent but separate studies […]

News Psychology

Do You Know The Difference Between Cheap And Expensive Wine?

Wine drinkers cannot taste the difference between expensive and cheap wine in a blind test. This is apparent from a new study by an English professional among 578 wine lovers. That it could indeed be very subjective can also be seen from another study, which states that there is a direct connection between how you […]