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Obesity and Pregnancy
When a mother-to-be is obese it can interfere with the development of areas of the fetal brain implicated in ADHD and decision making.
Vitamin D's Antidepressant Effects
Vitamin D is good for your bones, but taking it does not seem to do much to lift your spirits.
Body Odor: It's the Pits
The same bacteria that make your armpits smell bad also give certain cheeses their pungency. A probiotic deodorant may be in the works.
To Stay Motivated, Take It Easy
Hedonists who enjoy their leisure time may be more likely to achieve their goals than self-disciplined types who agonize over them.
The Stress of Social Isolation
Being stuck at home, locked in with kids or other family members or no one at all, can make a person more susceptible to COVID-19 infection.
Tips for Coping with Social Isolation
If quarantine is starting to feel like life without parole, you are not alone. Here are some ways to make it less isolating.
Teachers-to-be, asked to judge the mood of students in videos, often saw black kids as angry when they weren't. It's called anger bias.
Gay-Straight Alliances Nip Bullying in the Bud
The risk an LGBTQ student will be bullied and face serious health problems goes down if their school has a GSA.
A Crash Course in Helping Behavior
From wearing a face mask to staying home, we're seeing the benefits of prosocial behavior.
If at First You Don't Succeed, Try Different
You are more likely to succeed if you are willing to try a different approach when a problem arises. This strategic mindset can be learned.
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