LIBRARY Readers ALERT: A Semi-monthly Service for Students
1. Saner, Emine. “What does it mean when we talk in our sleep?”
It’s a compelling idea that people talking in their sleep might reveal their deepest secrets, but a new study suggests we mostly just say ‘no’ and use swear words. Someone who persistently does sleep-talking is probably quite anxious and it might be a good idea to find out what is worrying them.
The Guardian is available electronically at https://lbdiscover.ust.hk/bib/991012520507903412
2. “The link between your walking pace and aging well,”
As you age, your normal walking speed can provide a peek into your overall health. Regular physical activity is important to help keep up your pace. This article discusses the association between walking pace and aging well.
Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter is available electronically at https://lbdiscover.ust.hk/bib/991012502505203412
The difference : when good enough isn’t enough / Subir Chowdhury.
The Difference proves that having a caring mindset can lead to personal and professional success. Don’t settle for good enough. Read this book and aim for excellence!
Too busy to take care of yourself? These talks offer simple ways to stay healthy — both emotionally and physically.
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