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How love sparks better heart health
February 14, 2019,
February 14, 2019,
Flooding the body with love-creating hormones is healthy for the nervous system and, by association, the heart.
What researchers found was a growing disparity between what white youth and minority youth saw.
Research shows that having too many things in your home may impact how you feel.
Opioid pain relievers are the most fatally abused drugs and they're entirely legal.
Focus on doing something every day that will help you get closer to your goal.
Children who experience physical, sexual, and emotional abuse are significantly more likely to attempt suicide in later life, a study has found.
Unique behaviors and characteristics seem ingrained in certain cultures.
Researchers acknowledge that the reasons young people are increasingly anxious or depressed are still not fully understood.
Researchers found that people who look at other people’s Facebook profiles felt real negative physical symptoms.
New research tools help show that exercise helps to alleviate depressive symptoms.
Women make up two-thirds of all Alzheimer’s cases and it’s the only neurological disorder affecting women more than men.
Studies show medical schools do a poor job of preparing future doctors to understand the LGBT population's unique needs and health risks.
There's a psychological and spiritual upside to decluttering.
School district uses a program that encourages a positive outlook to boost academic performance.
Mental health issues affect many people, especially in the workplace.
The researchers found that prolonged screen...time had a contribution of just 0.4% to an adolescent’s overall well-being.
Study links bacteria in the mouth to dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Scientist is researching a pill that she hopes will prevent at-risk individuals from experiencing chronic loneliness.
Suggestions for parents to help prevent bullying.
Scientists consider how interior aesthetics affect the behavior of astronauts.
People experience pain in different ways from the same stimulus.
In some cases, constant rage could be a sign of a depression.
Family building is just as much a possibility for the LGBTQ community as those who are non-LGBTQ.
When equally qualified men and women are compared, and their potential evaluated, men get the advantage.
Certain lifestyle factors can influence eating habits, and how to use them to improve your health.
Poor mental health among children and young people has been described as an epidemic and an "escalating crisis".
Cigarette smoking rates have stopped falling among U.S. kids, and health officials believe youth vaping is responsible.