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"Use Your Words!"
Kids who learn to put their feelings into words can calm themselves and get along better with peers. Parents can help develop this skill.
To Boost Body Image, Go On a Social Media Diet
Too much time on social media can lead some teens and young adults to judge their appearance harshly. Reducing time on social media helps.
The Stress of Competition Affects Even Olympic Athletes
The stress of competing can interfere with performance. Olympic archers' accuracy improved when their heart rates were lower.
Gender-Affirming Treatment Helps Trans Teens
Gender-affirming hormone treatments can help reduce the anxiety and depression that trans people often experience.
Socializing to Keep Dementia at Bay
Loneliness and social isolation leave seniors vulnerable to dementia. The good news: Finding ways to spend with others can reduce that risk.
Can Beta-Blockers Reduce Aggression?
Beta-blockers may do more than protect against certain heart conditions. It appears they may also ease depression and reduce aggression.
Teen Happiness Helps the Heart
Feeling loved and optimistic in adolescence can set the stage for better heart and metabolic health in one's 20s and 30s.
Helping Kids Work It Out
Depression is not uncommon among kids and teens. Therapy can help, but so does exercise. Here's what seemed to benefit kids most.
How Music Relieved the Stress of COVID Quarantines
COVID lockdowns were hard on everyone everywhere. Listening to music was one way some people coped with the stress and isolation.
PAAARTY! It's Good for Your Health
Celebrating holidays, birthdays or other milestones with others boosts our sense of social support. Virtual parties can do this, too.
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