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Walk Away from the Blues
It may not surprise you to learn that exercise can lift depression. What may shock you is how little activity it takes to improve your mood.
Parental Pressure Fuels Kids’ Perfectionism
The pressure to succeed has never been greater, and it leaves many teens feeling they must do everything right all the time.
The Gunshot Wounds No One Can See
It's not just about surviving: The trauma of a firearm injury has long-term repercussions for survivors and their families.
Teens’ Mental Health a Worry for Parents
Adolescence is never easy, but the pandemic has made it even harder. Nearly 60% of parents said they had sought help for their kids.
Why The Sunny Side of Life is Longer
Optimists tend to live longer, healthier lives, but the reason for this may not be what you think. Even pessimists can change their outlook.
Sexual Violence and Hypertension
High blood pressure and heart problems are two of the little-known and long-term effects of sexual violence. More screening is needed.
Drug Use and Kids’ Futures
It's not uncommon for kids to experiment with drugs in their teens. But what really matters to development is happens in their 20s.
Painkillers May Be Behind the Ringing in Your Ears
NSAIDs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, raise the risk of tinnitus, that maddening buzzing or ringing in your ears. What you can do.
People have been turning to melatonin supplements to help them sleep. It's not clear they work, and taking higher doses can cause problems.
Do Your Heart a Favor — Make a Resolution to be Kinder to Yourself
Self-compassion is good for the heart. It not only reduces atherosclerosis and plaque, it can make New Year's resolutions less stressful.
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