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Performance Anxiety
If you tend to choke in situations where you've failed in the past, become a student of failure.   > >
March 23, 2018

Fuggedaboutit and Feel Better
There appears to be something to be said for suppressing negative emotions. It may help reduce the risk of depression.   > >
March 22, 2018

The Power of Touch
A study finds that when a loved one takes your hand, it can sync your brains and reduce pain.   > >
March 21, 2018

Dieting for Two
There's a ripple effect in weight loss: If you lose weight, your partner or spouse is likely to lose some, too.   > >
March 20, 2018

The Bottom of the Healthcare Heap
Healthcare in the U.S. costs way more than it does anywhere else, and it delivers less.   > >
March 19, 2018

Spin Class As a Hedge Against Dementia
Women who are highly active in their 40s have a much lower risk of dementia later in life.   > >
March 16, 2018

The Mind of a Girl, The Body of a Woman
Girls who reach puberty before their friends do can experience problems that last into adulthood.   > >
March 15, 2018

New Worries about Calcium Supplements
Calcium supplements, with or without vitamin D, appear to up the risk of intestinal polyps associated with colon cancer.   > >
March 14, 2018

Vaccination Nation
Parents who worry about vaccinating their kids have one less thing to be concerned about.   > >
March 13, 2018

Overconfident Online Learners
Whether it's how to throw a curveball, sand a floor or do the moonwalk, online videos make it look easy. And that's a problem.   > >
March 12, 2018

One Way to Reduce Healthcare Inequality
A New York City program that enabled families to earn money to pay for health and dental care could serve as a model nationwide.   > >
March 9, 2018

The Good Guys Living on Your Skin
Your skin is host to a form of bacteria that may help keep skin cancer and eczema at bay.   > >
March 8, 2018

A Depression Awareness Program for Teens
Teaching teens to spot depression is a powerful way to help kids get the counseling they may need.   > >
March 7, 2018

What a Difference a Dollar Makes
Raising the minimum wage by just $1 an hour can reduce absenteeism by almost 10 percent.   > >
March 6, 2018

Normal Is a Big Tent
Don't bother looking for a clear line between what's normal and what's not. When it comes to your brain, it's all part of a continuum.   > >
March 5, 2018

When Diets Stall Out
Your body's survival mechanisms can make it hard to keep losing weight. Forewarned is forearmed.   > >
March 2, 2018

Sugary Drinks and Infertility
When men and women drink sugar-sweetened beverages, it reduces the chances of getting pregnant by as much as a third.   > >
March 1, 2018

Red Wine for Oral Health?
The bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease could be reduced by the polyphenols in red wine and other foods.   > >
February 28, 2018

The Verdict on E-Cigarettes
They may be a good way to help die-hard smokers quit, but e-cigs pose risks for others.   > >
February 27, 2018

The Pizza Box Problem
Poly-fluorinated alkyl substances (PFASs) are found in takeout cartons and cosmetics. They can make it hard to lose weight.   > >
February 26, 2018