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What's the secret to happiness? Ask this Yale professor (and the 1,200 students taking her class)
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Yale student Yannis Messaoui is taking a class on happiness. This week's assignment: random acts of kindness. So with donuts in hand, he heads to the library...
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“Does cancer not understand that I have plans, that I have things I love and hopes?" Check out my interview with at
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It's Yale's most popular class in the school's 317 year history - almost a quarter of all current undergraduates are enrolled. Professor teaches Psychology and the Good Life, a course that addresses the mental well being of students on a pursuit of happiness.
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Patrick Brown says he's cleared his name and is ready to take back his leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, but will his party let him? weighs in.
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New indictments in the U.S. of Russians allegedly trying to sway the 2016 election raise all sorts of questions - including just how much responsibility Facebook has to bear. We hear from Canada's head of public policy.
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I’ll be on just after the 8:30 news, talking about Patrick Brown’s gamble to win the war for control of the Ontario PC party.
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Want to be happy? There's a class for that. Students who sign up for Yale professor ' class work on changing bad habits and performing random acts of kindness, plus much more. Today we're learning all about what it takes to teach happiness.
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Hello ! We’re here to host the 2nd in a series of town halls about race in Canada at Studio One this Tuesday | Find out more:
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Hello ! We’re here to host the 2nd in a series of town halls about race in Canada at Studio One this Tuesday | Find out more:
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was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer two years ago; her new book looks at how the disease forced her to take control of her life.
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New research shows brain implants can be an effective tool in the fight against dementia and Alzheimer's
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The mother of a six-year-old boy killed in the Sandy Hook massacre says law-makers should face the graphic images of school shootings. Should the public be held to the same obligations?
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"I looked at 5,000 photographs from three school shootings ... only 5 per cent [of those photos] could be characterized as graphic ... We are not seeing that carnage and the reality of what bullets do to bodies." , on
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'We don't see the reality of what bullets do to bodies': Should images of school shootings be public?
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Research shows high-intensity physical exercise increases memory performance by about 10 per cent says For other tips to improve your recall:
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"Does cancer not understand that I have plans ... that I have things I love?" spent years researching the Christian principle that everything happens for a reason. Diagnosed with incurable cancer, she had to face that belief head-on.
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CBC-The Current Feb 19
Keeping the faith in an unfair world. wrestles with the big questions in "Everything Happens for a Reason". Listen to her conversation with on
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CBC-The Current Feb 19
Thanks for the memories? The Current looks at some of the most cutting edge and practical ways to improve our memory. Catch the conversation with guest host on or on podcast and online later in the day.
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CBC-The Current Feb 19
Can graphic images of mass shootings change the conversation about gun control? , on the role of journalism and the impact on victims, this morning on
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