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Viral COVID Disinformation
Whether COVID conspiracy theories are amplified or downplayed depends on whether one is viewing traditional, social or conservative media.
Good News from the Gossip Grapevine
Gossip is not as bad a you may think. When we talk about others, we may be actually figuring things out and deepening our understanding.
Eating Disorders Rise During Lockdown
Some young adults, struggling with stress and depression brought on by the COVID lockdown, have developed eating disorders.
Are Your Coworkers Making You Fat?
If you often eat with someone who loves desserts and fries, it's likely you will eat the way they do -- and have weight gain to show for it.
Grownups Need Lullabies, Too
Sleep problems are common among seniors. Listening to certain types of music before bedtime can make for a more restful night.
It's not yet clear why people tend to underestimate women's pain, but they do. Men are offered painkillers; women, therapy.
Help for Vapers Who Want to Quit
People start using e-cigarettes for different reasons and have different motives for wanting to stop. Both can affect what helps them quit.
Blue Collar Jobs Pose High Risk of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Factory, warehouse and construction workers are more at risk for CTS than office workers. Watch for tingling and numbness in your hands.
Sexist Tweets Spark Violence Against Women
Tweets reflecting disparaging attitudes toward women are more than just words. They are linked to increases in domestic abuse.
Even Little Girls Ask for Less
By age 8 girls begin to ask for less when negotiating with men, raising the question of how they will fare when they enter the workplace.
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