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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.
Is It Better to Give or Take?
Doing things for others -- and having others do things for you -- can help you live a longer and happier life. But which matters more?
The Narcissist’s Wrath
Narcissists believe the world revolves around them. They also lack empathy and share an even more troubling quality -- aggression.
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.
To Ease Stress, Reach for Fruit
Yoga, exercise, therapy and meditation can all help ease stress, but fruit arms your body against it. It seems to be about flavonoids.
Pets Are Good Therapy
You don't have to own a pet to enjoy the stress-reducing benefits of human-animal interaction. Therapy animals can calm and clear the mind.
A New View of Teens' Screen Time
Is teens' reliance on cell phones and social media any worse for them than the television and video game habits of the past?
Viral COVID Disinformation
Whether COVID conspiracy theories are amplified or downplayed depends on whether one is viewing traditional, social, or conservative media.
Eating Disorders Rise During Lockdown
Some young adults, struggling with stress and depression brought on by the COVID lockdown, have developed eating disorders.
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.
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