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Exercising Doesn’t Just Help You: It May Also Benefit Offspring

11 Apr, 2018

Exercising is obviously important for you to feel good and stay healthy, but a surprising new study shows that it may benefit your unborn offspring as well.

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Your Childhood Friends Are Still Protecting Your Health

02 Apr, 2018

All that time you spent with your friends as a child might still be impacting your life in a positive way today, as researchers find that youth friendships can be a health protectant.

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

22 Feb, 2018

Does money buy happiness? Purdue University researchers can claim after an exhaustive study to be able to answer that question, and the results might surprise you.

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Is Loneliness A Public Health Crisis?

23 Jan, 2018

Various studies have shown that feeling lonely — and living alone — can raise your risk of a premature death. Now, the UK is leading the world in an effort to reduce its citizens’ loneliness.

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Are You Married? You Might Have A Lower Risk Of Dementia.

14 Dec, 2017

Dementia, or the diminishing brain function associated with age, is a scary prospect. But new data suggests being married might guard against its onset.

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UCLA Will Screen New Freshmen For Depression

26 Sep, 2017

UCLA already offers comprehensive lifestyle services and programs for new students — and now, they’re adding depression-specific screening to that mix.

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Is Bullying A Public Health Concern?

05 Sep, 2017

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine have identified bullying as a public health crisis. And worst of all, studies show that America might have the worst prevalence of bullying in the entire world.

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What Is “Metacognition”?

03 Aug, 2017

One of the most powerful tools used by psychologists to help their clients gain control over their lives is the concept of “metacognition” — literally, thinking about your thinking.

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