Why Highly Sensitive People Can (and Should) Trust Their Hearts — And Use Their Voices

From Highly Sensitive Refuge: “Highly sensitive people (HSPs) have important perspectives to contribute to society. They must protect their process, especially when the world doesn’t. HSPs are known to use our sensitivity to promote the well-being of others — we absorb their thoughts and feelings, and lend them an empathetic ear. Unfortunately, however, our modern-day … Read more

December 2022 Australian Solar Systems Interest Index

During November, Australian households were even more eager to have a solar power system installed as soon as possible. Find out more in the latest auSSII report. Solar Power System Capacities 77% of Australians using the SolarQuotes service in November selected 5-10 kW capacity as their desired system size range when presented with 3-5 kW, … Read more

Strictly Come Dancing’s Motsi Mabuse on self-acceptance and self-love

All her life, Motsi Mabuse has worked hard for her countless achievements, but a highly critical and competitive industry led her to question her self-worth. Now, she’s taking back control, consciously practicing self-love, radical acceptance of her vulnerability, and making time for those who light up her life By the time you read this Strictly … Read more

Shining magnate – pv magazine International

For some, the notion of clean mining is a contradiction in terms. New research from the Technical University of Berlin, published in the “Journal of Cleaner Production,” found that the environmental costs of the mining sector amount to as much as $5 trillion annually, with most of the damage attributed to greenhouse gases committed in … Read more

Stanford President Under Investigation for Alleged Misconduct

Dr. Marc Tessier-Lavigne Stanford University has launched a formal investigation into its own president, neuroscientist Marc Tessier-Lavigne, PhD, for alleged research misconduct pertaining to five scientific articles on which he was lead or coauthor. Stanford’s Board of Trustees is leading the investigation. The university’s student newspaper, the Stanford Dailybroke the news of the investigation on … Read more

High Neuro Drug Costs Exclude Most From Cutting-Edge Tx

Because of high out-of-pocket costs of new-to-market neurologic drugs that are of similar benefit as older agents, only a small percentage of patients with neurologic disorders have access to these cutting-edge medications, new research shows. “Our study of people with neurologic conditions found fewer than 20% were being treated with new medications,” study author Brian … Read more