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What Survivors of Gun Violence Need
It's not just the physical injuries that affect survivors of gun violence. Anxiety, depression and neighborhood safety also play roles.
Your Smartwatch Knows More than You Think
Your activity tracker can tell you about more than how many steps you've taken. It can trace how well you are handling life's ups and downs.
"It Gets Easier"
First-generation and students of color may feel they don’t fit in at college. A social-belonging program helps freshmen stay in school.
Kids Who Self-Harm
Self-harm encompasses a wide range of behaviors. Some are temporary; some are lethal. It helps to understand which kids are most at risk.
Craving a Fast Food Fix?
Highly processed foods are formulated for maximum appeal, and colorful ads keep people coming back for more. This can lead to addiction.
Fries, with a Side of Depression
Frying, particularly of potatoes, seems to raise the risk of anxiety and a depression, a study of humans and...fish finds.
Sugar's Not-So-Sweet Health Effects
You probably know that sugar isn't good for you, but you may be surprised to learn all the health issues it contributes to.
Friendships and Health
It's normal for friendships to have ups and downs, but people whose relations with friends are generally positive tend to be healthier.
The Young and Guns
About a third of Colorado middle and high school students surveyed said they could access a gun; 12% said they could do it within minutes.
To Boost Body Image, Go On a Social Media Diet
Too much time on social media can lead some teens and young adults to judge their appearance harshly. Reducing time on social media helps.
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