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Theater is therapy for kids with hearing lossOpen in a New Window

Performance can boost language learning for kids with hearing difficulties.


Want a mood boost? Make yourself cry to sad musicOpen in a New Window

A recent study found that crying to sad songs really does produce a measurable sense of pleasure in the listener.


Sleep problems have more links to mental health than you thinkOpen in a New Window

More than half of people living with typical psychiatric illnesses also report chronic sleep problems.


How playing Tetris games tames the trauma of a car crashOpen in a New Window

The results of the small study justify a larger follow-up trial to test the long-term effects of Tetris therapy.


Staggering number of adolescents afflicted by anxiety, depression nationwideOpen in a New Window

Many adults don't realize the number of adolescents across the country struggling with anxiety and depression.


Do you zone out? Procrastinate? Might be adult ADHDOpen in a New Window

A WHO advisory group says six questions can reliably identify adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.


Distracted driving: Urging companies to crack downOpen in a New Window

Science shows the brain can't do two cognitively demanding tasks at the same time, and that includes talking on the phone while driving.


Study suggests a short nap can make you happierOpen in a New Window

New research shows a half-hour or less power nap can make you more content.


How to find your missing keys and stop losing other thingsOpen in a New Window

Experts say don't look in places you already know the missing object is now.


More evidence linking stress to obesityOpen in a New Window

Researchers confirm the link between chronic stress and packing on pounds, as well as difficulty shedding excess weight.


How trauma in one's teens can affect mental health in mid-lifeOpen in a New Window

The links between childhood stressors and adult behaviors are becoming clearer and clearer with each passing study.


Your accountant knows you better than you know yourselfOpen in a New Window

As tax deadlines near, one preparer explains how reading her clients helps their bottom lines.


Breast-fed kids may be less hyper, but not necessarily smarterOpen in a New Window

The topic of how breast-feeding may influence cognitive ability is controversial.


The truth about 'gaydar'Open in a New Window

Studies suggest that the perpetuation of the gaydar myth has unintended consequences.


Prescriptions may hold clues to who gets hookedOpen in a New Window

The duration of a prescription may give clues into how long a person ends up using a narcotic painkiller.
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