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Predicting School Safety Ahead of Re-Opening
Pretty much everyone is eager for schools to reopen. A new model offers a way to predict how well various safeguards work to keep them safe.
When babies are offered soft drinks and other high calorie snacks, is childhood obesity any surprise? Here's how parents can help.
Late Nights and Depression
Night owls' body rhythms make them vulnerable to depression. Getting to sleep just a little earlier appears to reduce that risk by a lot.
Early Childhood Education Shapes the Middle-Aged Brain
Childhood enrichment programs bring long-term cognitive benefits. Brain scans reveal improved brain development even in middle age.
Pinterest Posts vs. Mealtime Reality
The recipes we share on social media are often healthier than those we actually make and eat. Here's what seems to happen.
The Narcissist’s Wrath
Narcissists believe the world revolves around them. They also lack empathy and share an even more troubling quality -- aggression.
Hidden COVID Superspreaders
Some people with no symptoms still carry a very high viral load. These supercarriers can transmit COVID and are behind superspreader events.
Successful 50 Lb. Losers
Some people who lose a significant amount of weight gain it back; others manage to keep it off. Here's what sets successful losers apart.
Drinking and Social Distancing Don’t Mix
You're at a bar and meet someone new. Alcohol makes it likely you will lean in and get closer. If you're with a friend, different story.
Secondhand Smoke Affects Babies Before Birth
Infants exposed to secondhand smoke, even in utero, show poorer lung function at age 6. It doesn't matter who is doing the smoking.
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