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Relationship anxiety is normalOpen in a New Window

Many fears causing anxiety are based on past experiences, not current relationships.

 

Ten times more children and teens are obese today than 40 years agoOpen in a New Window

Being obese as a child comes with a high likelihood of being obese as an adult and the many health consequences that come with it.

 

Men's and women's brains react differently when helping othersOpen in a New Window

Study shows that women tend to be more altruistic than men.

 

American professor wins Nobel Prize in economics for trying to understand bad human behaviorOpen in a New Window

An American professor has won the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics for his work on behavioral economics, which tries to understand how humans make decisions, especially bad ones.

 

Husbands of female breadwinners most at risk for cheatingOpen in a New Window

Having an affair is a way to re-establish masculinity, even if it's done subconsciously.

 

How 'Sesame Street' is helping kids learn to cope with traumaOpen in a New Window

The Sesame Workshop initiative provides simple exercises to help children to feel safe and cope with the traumatic and stressful experiences.

 

There’s a ‘loneliness epidemic’ and work is partly to blameOpen in a New Window

Former surgeon general writes about the impact the workplace has on emotional well-being.

 

For children with severe anxiety, drugs plus therapy help bestOpen in a New Window

Anxiety medication might make therapy easier for teens who are suffering from severe symptoms.

 

Addiction shouldn’t excuse criminal actsOpen in a New Window

A state court takes up a case that could set a dangerous precedent.

 

ADHD and eating disorders: What you should knowOpen in a New Window

Experts agree there's an association between the two, but you have options to manage these issues.

 

Economic forces making US men less appealing partnersOpen in a New Window

When places lose manufacturing jobs, fertility and marriage rates among young adults go down.

 

Teenage suicide is extremely difficult to predictOpen in a New Window

Researchers are testing an app in schools that analyzes language to determine whether teens are at risk for suicide.

 

Being empathetic is good, but it can hurt your healthOpen in a New Window

Those who regularly prioritize others’ emotions over their own are more susceptible to experiencing anxiety or low-level depression.

 

How children’s self-control has changed in the past 50 yearsOpen in a New Window

The experts were pessimistic about the abilities of today's kids, but were wrong.

 

This is what happens when gender roles are forced on kidsOpen in a New Window

A first-of-its-kind study looks at early adolescent gender identity development around the world.
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