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Flextime Is Good For The Heart
Work is a big source of stress. When ailing workers were able to schedule their work to better fit their lives, it rejuvenated their hearts.
A Second Look at Anger
Anger is not as bad for us as we may think. It can give us the energy we need to reach our goals. But it should be handled with care.
Hitting the snooze button can help you face the day when you finally get out of bed. But consider why you need an alarm in the first place.
A Change in Diet Reduces PTSD Symptoms
The unwanted thoughts and fears that haunt people with post-traumatic stress were lessened when people ate this microbiome-friendly diet.
Less Screen Time Equals More Sleep Time
Parents take note: When day students' sleep schedules were compared to those of boarding students, the benefits of "lights out" were clear.
A Toast to Heart Health
Light to moderate alcohol consumption seems to protect the heart by reducing anxiety. Cancer risk is a different story, however.
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.
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.
The Stress of Competition Affects Even Olympic Athletes
The stress of competing can interfere with performance. Olympic archers' accuracy improved when their heart rates were lower.
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