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Lobbying for Hobbies
Pursuing a hobby is good for older people’s physical and mental health. Some countries do a better job of encouraging seniors' interests.
Less Screen Time Equals More Sleep Time
Parents take note: When day students' sleep schedules were compared to those of boarding students, the benefits of "lights out" were clear.
Generic Ketamine, Effective and Affordable for Major Depression
Clinical depression can be difficult to treat. S-Ketamine is effective, but expensive. Now there is a less costly alternative.
Reading for More than Pleasure
Reading for pleasure -- being read to and reading to oneself -- affects kids' developing brains. It shows up in school and adolescence.
Helping Seniors Find Community
Older adults are particularly vulnerable to social isolation. One aspect of the neighborhood they live in can make a big difference.
Idealized Online Body Images Harm Kids' Self Esteem
Editing apps and filters mean that online images are often artificial and make kids feel bad about their bodies. How to change the story.
What Survivors of Gun Violence Need
It's not just the physical injuries that affect survivors of gun violence. Anxiety, depression and neighborhood safety also play roles.
Your Smartwatch Knows More than You Think
Your activity tracker can tell you about more than how many steps you've taken. It can trace how well you are handling life's ups and downs.
"It Gets Easier"
First-generation and students of color may feel they donâ€™t fit in at college. A social-belonging program helps freshmen stay in school.
Kids Who Self-Harm
Self-harm encompasses a wide range of behaviors. Some are temporary; some are lethal. It helps to understand which kids are most at risk.
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