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The government’s judicial review of the legislature, 44, pictwittercom/Wx5geXuR7G The Real (@TheRealDaytime) February 27 2018 A superhero movie is in the works In late March information popped up that the ladies have signed on to at least one big Spice Girls reunion project: an animated superhero film based on the group bringing their personas to the big screen for a new generation The project is reportedly being shopped around Hollywood with the original Spice Girls ready to serve as voice actors for each of the roles of Posh Scary Sporty Baby and Ginger A source told Variety that the women are "fired up about the idea” and are "thinking big in terms of a franchise on a global scale" So while a reunion tour seems less and less likely with each passing year a reunion of another sort is definitely looking plausible in the near future Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecomWant a make a new healthy habit stick Do it when you first wake up a new study recommends The small study published in the journal Health Psychology found that people who committed to stretching every morning picked up the routine more quickly than those who stretched every evening Researchers say the stress hormone cortisol which tends to be highest first thing in the morning may be the reason why Scientists know that stress hormones play a role in learning and memory particularly around the formation of habits; previous research has shown that when cortisol levels are manipulated via cortisol injections or exposure to stressful situations people seem to learn new behaviors more quickly than they would otherwise This study however suggests that the natural ups and downs of cortisol may also affect how successfully people adopt a new behavior Researchers followed 48 university students for 90 days during which the students tried to adopt a new stretching routine recommended for flexibility and to prevent back pain Half of the people were told to do a 15-second hip-flexor stretch every morning after they woke up and half were told to do it every night before bed Every day when prompted by a smartphone app the students answered questions about whether theyd done the stretch and how much they had to think about it before doing so They also provided saliva samples every month which were tested for cortisol levels TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news plus: burning questions and expert tips View Sample Sign Up Now Both groups got better at remembering to do their stretches over time But the researchers found that people in the morning group were on track to automatically remember to do the stretches every day sooner than those in the evening group Based on the researchers projections the morning group would automatically remember to stretch on the 105th day while the evening group would take until the 154th day There could be several reasons why habits are easier to form in the mornings the authors note "It is possible that the behavior was perceived as less difficult more satisfying or more easily cued in the morning than in the evening" they wrote in their paper But peoples cortisol levels also tended to be highest in the morning and the researchers suspect that may be a big part of the explanation Their findings backed up their theory: Once they adjusted for individual variations in cortisol levels the gap between the morning and evening groups disappeared Lead author Marion Fournier a lecturer at the Université Nice Sophia Antipolis in France says that the study results may not apply to everyone While cortisol is generally highest in the morning specific patterns vary from person to person and also depend on the environment theyre in and their ability to cope with stress The people in the study were also all healthy normal-weight nonsmokers who werent using hormonal contraception since excess weight smoking and hormonal birth control can all affect cortisol levels The extent to which these findings can be translated to other real-life scenarios and more complex behaviors should be investigated further Fournier says "We asked participants to repeat an easy and quick behavior which is not the same as a more complex behavior like exercising for example" she wrote in an email to TIME But still she recommends that people try to adopt healthy habits in the morning rather than in the evening And the most important thing she says is to repeat the behavior in the same context every day "If you decide to start your day with a glass of water use a cue a note on the kitchen table youll see when you wake up for example to remind you at the beginning" she says "After a while the cue wont be necessary" Fournier says the research has inspired her to try adopting her own healthy morning habit "I put a note in the mirror in my bathroom to stretch every morning after brushing my teeth" she says "It worked until I left for vacation" Contact us at editors@timecom the year before, has stated that Nigeria’s federal system was not on course.

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