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Age and Alcohol
Drinking alcohol is far more damaging to those under 40 than their elders, a global study finds. Some tips for cutting back.
A Welcome Blast from the Past
Do you worry about reconnecting with old friends and acquaintances? You shouldn't. Your note or call is most likely to be a happy surprise.
A Win for Weekend Warriors
If you tend to get your exercise in an intense burst over the weekend rather than in multiple sessions throughout the week, take heart.
Plays Well with Others
Kids learn a lot from playing with peers, but impulsive kids can find it hard to do. Learning to take turns can help them develop.
What Teens Think about COVID-19 Vaccine Incentives
Prizes and giveaways are among the incentives used to motivate teens to get vaccinated. But not all teens think they're the right approach.
An App to Help Kids Lose Weight
A mobile app and a number-less scale that tracked obese kids' weight-loss progress proved far more effective than a standard approach.
Get into the Groove
Music that makes you want to get up and dance doesn't just make you feel good -- it stimulates the "executive" part of your brain.
Cannabis Vaping On the Rise in Teens
More and more kids are vaping pot. It's easy to try and to hide. Knowing the patterns associated with picking it up can help curb its use.
Addicted to Gaming?
The brains of some video gamers light up much the way the brains of alcoholics do when they see a glass of beer. Here's how to cut back.
When COVID Hit Campuses
Researchers were studying students' stress. Then came the pandemic, and the picture changed. Here's what happened to students.
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