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July 30, 2014, The Washington Post
A simple blood test could determine a person’s risk of suicide and provide a future tool of prevention to stem suicide rates.
How virtual therapy could help the military fight PTSDJuly 31, 2014, NBC News
A recent study found that patients were more willing to open up to a virtual therapist than to a human therapist, mostly because they felt like they were not being judged by the computer program.
Problem drinking in midlife linked to memory trouble laterJuly 30, 2014, NPR
Adults with a midlife history of drinking problems were more than twice as likely as those without alcohol problems to suffer severe memory impairment decades later.
Study finds humble bosses are bestJuly 30, 2014, USA TODAY
The best bosses are humble bosses, those who empower and appreciate their employees, are open to feedback and care about the greater good.
Study identifies why some deal with stress betterJuly 29, 2014, USA TODAY
A specific electrical pattern in the brain of otherwise genetically identical mice can predict how well they will cope with stress.
Women are getting smarter faster than menJuly 29, 2014, Huffington Post
When it comes to smarts, women are catching up to men in some areas and outpacing them in others, new research has found.