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News tag: sadness


Are food cravings indicative of nutrient deficiencies?

13 Feb, 2015 | by Ion Gireada | 0 comments
Occasionally, we have an almost insatiable craving for one or several foods, be it chocolate, strawberries, or a juicy stake. Nutritionists argue these cravings reflect the body’s lack of minerals or vitamins found in that particular food. "Cravings mainly indicate that our body is lacking a specific mineral or nutrient,"…


Melancholy music actually makes you happy

11 Nov, 2014 | by Ionut Popescu | 0 comments
Now, two German researchers bring  surprising news to  those trying to shake the blues by listening to a cheerful song. Despite common belief,  the human brain interacts very well with sad music, say the scientists. Trying to understand how sad music translates into good mood for most listeners, Lilla Taruffi…


Sadness takes longest time to shake

31 Oct, 2014 | by Daniel Tomas | 0 comments
Sadness lingers the longest, according to recent findings published by Belgian scientists. Comparing the lasting times of sadness, shame, surprise and irritation, the researchers concluded that sadness may linger 240 times more than the other feelings. They reached this conclusion analyzing how sadness builds up inside the brain, revealing that…


Babies confirm parents’ eyes don’t lie

28 Oct, 2014 | by Daniel Tomas | 0 comments
A new research delivers fascinating information about the babies’ skills to read their parents’ eyes and reveal their emotions. The study focused on how seven months old babies respond to parents eyes expressions, and if the little ones are able to detect feelings of joy, happiness, or sadness in the…