Archive | March, 2014

Gifted sister passes away

After taking an IQ test, those who receive a high score could go on to brag about their intelligence or remain humble about it. Gifted individuals could certainly learn a lesson from Sister Mary Alban Bouchard of Canada's Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, who recently passed away at the age of 81, the Toronto Star reported. Rather […]

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Family moves for better gifted education opportunities

Gaining entry into Mensa, the high IQ society, is no small feat. After all, not just anybody can join. According to Mensa International's website, members have to have an IQ that is in the top 2 percent of the population to join the organization, which is comprised of around 110,000 Mensans. Elizabeth, Kate and Victoria Wilson, who are triplets, understand […]

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The right and wrong traits of entrepreneurs

    Some individuals think they have what it takes to start and run their own company, only to discover this level of responsibility is not for them. This is why the results of an aptitude test can be so vital to prospective entrepreneurs. After taking this type of assessment, individuals will be able to see if […]

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Regular personalities take a vacation on holiday

When people take a vacation, there is a profound impact on their mental health, Francine Lederer, a clinical psychologist, told Inside Science. This action can provide them with a better perspective on life and foster greater motivation, she said. However, that's not all a vacation can do. According to, a website dedicated to comparing the […]

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Eating lunch at work can increase cognition

Feeling stressed at the office? Helpguide suggests scheduling regular breaks for yourself throughout the workday. Something so simple as eating lunch away from your desk can provide the relief you need from whatever daily work pressures. However, workers may want to think twice before they take that next lunch break, as eating lunch out can affect people's cognitive […]

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