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Look for the Forest, Not the Trees
Having trouble making a big decision? Research shows that taking a few steps back can help.   > >
July 19, 2018

Folic Acid's Brainy Effects
Pregnant women take the B vitamin folic acid to prevent spinal bifida. But it does more.   > >
July 18, 2018

Parents, Cars and Cell Phones
Parents who use their cell phones while driving their kids around are not only endangering lives, they are setting a bad example.   > >
July 17, 2018

Soccer Players' Balance Issues
Soccer headers can cause brain damage in some players. They also appear to affect players' sense of balance.   > >
July 16, 2018

A Promising Alternative to the Pap Smear
Testing for the human papillomavirus, or HPV, catches cervical cancer sooner than Pap smears do. But there are other risks to consider.   > >
July 13, 2018

Cultivate Five Habits to Protect Your Kids
Mothers who follow these five healthy habits cut their children's risk of becoming obese by as much as 80 percent.   > >
July 12, 2018

Police Violence and the Black Community
When an unarmed black man dies at the hands of police, the damage to the community goes on long after the civil unrest has subsided.   > >
July 11, 2018

Three-Year-Olds' Self Control
Most adults believe that 3-year-olds today are less able to wait for a reward than kids were 50 years ago, but they're wrong.   > >
July 10, 2018

The New Normal
Being overweight is so common, many don't see how overweight they are. This also means they won't try to lose.   > >
July 9, 2018

Is Small Talk Underappreciated?
High quality conversations that are meaningful to us make us happy. Small talk can pave the way.   > >
July 6, 2018

That Pain in Your Neck
Physical therapists are seeing more neck, shoulder and back problems thanks to this tech device. Some ideas for avoiding injury.   > >
July 5, 2018

Help for a Terrible, Very Bad Day
Parents who encourage their kids to interpret slights and hurtful moments in a non-hostile way help reduce aggressive behavior.   > >
July 2, 2018

It's a Dad's World, Too
Most programs for new parents don't focus on fathers at all. And that is a lost opportunity.   > >
June 29, 2018

Meditation vs. Relaxation
Mindfulness meditation and relaxation offer different benefits to the mind and brain.   > >
June 28, 2018

The Lentil Solution
Blood sugar spikes are hard on your body and can lead to type-2 diabetes. Here's a good way to head them off.   > >
June 27, 2018

Coffee Builds Teamwork
Caffeinated coworkers work better together and feel more satisfied. They also do a better job.   > >
June 26, 2018

Six Foods to Fight Disease
Presentations at a nutrition meeting highlight foods you want to have as a regular part of your diet.   > >
June 25, 2018

Access Denied
Some remarkable new drugs pretty much cure hepatitis C. Unfortunately, patients are often denied coverage for them.   > >
June 22, 2018

The Tipping Point for Social Change
How many people does it take to set a change in motion? Fewer than you might think.   > >
June 21, 2018

Social Media Can Bring You Down
From hurtful comments to parties you weren't invited to, social media visits can leave you feeling worse than before you logged on. Time for a break?   > >
June 20, 2018