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The psychology of hate groups: What drives someone to join one?Open in a New Window

When deciding to join a hate group, receiving implicit permission is a large factor.

 

How to stay calmer, more alert and save the environment: Bring the weather indoorsOpen in a New Window

Most buildings inadvertently deprive us of contact with two requirements for well-being and effectiveness: nature and change.

 

Pediatricians offer strategies for talking to kids about bad newsOpen in a New Window

Medical pediatrics journal provides an online resources to assist parents in talking to their children about tragedies.

 

Parents test school liability in bullying and child suicideOpen in a New Window

Courts have been reluctant to second-guess school administrators, even as bullying among children remains a common problem.

 

Study finds 1 in 8 Americans struggles with alcohol abuseOpen in a New Window

Women, African Americans and older people have seen some of the sharpest rises in abuse.

 

How to survive a jerk at workOpen in a New Window

Research shows ways to reduce the onslaught and suffering of dealing with rude and disrespectful coworkers.

 

Your brain can form new memories while you are asleepOpen in a New Window

A sleeping brain can form fresh memories, according to a team of neuroscientists.

 

What 'Game of Thrones' tells us about traumaOpen in a New Window

After seasons of suffering, some of the most beloved characters on the show finally have the opportunity to heal.

 

Third of men say work a factor in mental health problemsOpen in a New Window

Men are more likely than women to suffer mental health problems brought on by work and less likely to seek help.

 

Caregiving is hard enough. Isolation can make it unbearable.Open in a New Window

Research shows that modest interventions can reduce the sense of isolation and improve mental and physical health.

 

Maternal depression is getting more attention – but still not enoughOpen in a New Window

Task forces have been created and programs developed, but help is often still elusive.

 

Suicides in teen girls hit a 40-year highOpen in a New Window

New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a sharp increase in suicide rates among teen girls.

 

Many avoid end-of-life care planningOpen in a New Window

People with chronic illnesses were only slightly more likely than healthy individuals to put their wishes down on paper in a living will.

 

Can wearing a 'work uniform' help you get ahead?Open in a New Window

Our clothes have symbolic value that influences the way we feel when we wear them.

 

Science shows spanking can negatively affect children's behaviorOpen in a New Window

Corporal punishment at a young age can cause major problems down the road.
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