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Cory Rosenberg

Freelance Writer

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I am a freelance writer from Atlanta, GA. I write about a wide array of topics including environmental issues, current scientific and psychological research, health and wellness, art, sports, parenting advice, and the healthcare supply chain. I also have experience writing marketing content.

I am passionate about all things creative including film, music, the visual arts, and literature.

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​Does being nice make sense from an evolutionary perspective?

When we think about Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection, the phrase "survival of the fittest" usually comes to mind - a phrase that was actually coined by 19th century philosopher, sociologist and anthropologist Herbert Spencer, not Darwin.

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What happens to your hearing at a music festival?

If you're a music lover, then you probably love a good music festival. Maybe you go to one or two festivals a year, or maybe you're the type whose lifestyle revolves around the festival circuit. Festivals are a great place to see some of your favorite bands and discover new artists.

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Your eyes may be key to healing your mind

Over the years, there's been no shortage of interesting alternatives to typical talk-based psychotherapy. Laughter therapy, sound therapy, horticultural therapy and even wilderness therapy have become popular ways to deal with psychological distress, helping with everything from general anxiety and depression to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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How trees combat the urban heat island effect

You might consider urban areas to be the epitome of cool, but that couldn't be further from the truth. If you're a city dweller, you've probably found yourself stranded on an urban heat island, and you didn't even know it.

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This is your brain on jazz

Musical talent: You either have it or you don't. Studies have shown that musical talent isn't just about having an ear for music, it's also about having the brain for it - meaning the brains of musicians are built differently than non-musicians.

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What is sound therapy?

Handling stress is tough. With all the anxieties of modern life, we can turn to a number of different coping methods to deal with it, but here's one you might not have thought of: music. Sound therapy is a form of holistic healing, and its popularity is rising, reports the New York Times.

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The arts help kids with math, critical thinking

If you've ever watched a child find her rhythm on pots and pans or been surprised to find a drawing scrawled on the wall, you know a child's need to create is endless. And while you may not want your entire home to be your child's canvas, it's important for children to experiment with and engage in the arts during their developmental years.

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What food webs tell us about our environment

Relationships can be complicated, and that's especially true of the relationship we have with our ecosystem. We're all in this together, after all, and that includes every creature and every plant. To keep a relationship healthy, we have to examine it from time to time.

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