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What Kind of Day Care is Best?
Parents, especially working parents, worry about childcare. A new study suggests that, for kids at least, being in childcare isn't so bad.
A Mindful Way to Reduce Anxiety
Not everyone can take anti-anxiety medications. Mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques may work just as well.
TikTok a Poor Source of Diet and Nutrition Info
Diet and nutrition posts on the platform, many written by high school students, often promote the myth that thinness equals better health.
The Swelling Ranks of Adult Caregivers
Over half of all adults over 50 help care for someone 65 or older. The demands of caregiving are somewhat offset by its rewards.
The Skills to Raise Challenging Children
Caregivers of difficult children often feel they have nowhere to turn. A brief program taught them ways to connect with their kids.
Meals with Others Ease Stress
Eating with others is a great de-stressor and good for nutrition. There's a program to help you make that happen at least one day a week.
What Petting Your Pup Does for Your Brain
Your prefrontal cortex lights up when you pet your dog. This suggests a way to help people with social deficits connect with others.
Daytime Eating is Best
Travelers, nurses, shift workers take note: eating late at night, particularly when your body clock has been disrupted, can stir depression.
Healthy Hearts for the Faithful
African Americans are at high risk for cardiovascular disease. But the odds are far better for those who identify as spiritual or religious.
Selfish, Sleepy People
Being tired makes you stressed. It also makes you less likely to be kind. People who are sleep-deprived are less willing to help others.
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