Children Take More Risks Crossing Streets Than Parents Think

Children may cut things closer than their parents realize when it comes to guessing how far cars are from an intersection or how long it takes to safely reach the other side, a small study suggests...   <<Read Article>>
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Your pain reliever may also be diminishing your joy: Acetaminophen (paracetamol) reduces both pain and pleasure, study finds

Researchers studying the commonly used pain reliever acetaminophen found it has a previously unknown side effect: It blunts positive emotions...   <<Read Article>>  
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Dodo bird verdict given new life by psychosis therapy study

A study by researchers at The University of Manchester and the University of Liverpool has examined the psychological treatment of more than 300 people suffering from psychosis, showing that, whatever the therapy, it is the relationship between the patient and therapist which either improves or damages wellbeing.   <<Read Article>>
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Could a dose of nature be just what the doctor ordered?

Exposure to the outdoors is linked with improved human health, but little is known about how much we really need Numerous studies over the past 30 years have linked exposure to nature with improved human health and well-being. These findings are of growing importance: In the near future, 70% of the world's population will live in cities, where they will face a rising tide of lifestyle-related disease...   <<Read Article>>
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How Yoga is Similar to Existing Mental Health Therapies

The ancient Eastern practice of yoga combines mindfulness training with exercise (hence the term, “mind-body”). For years, practitioners all over the world have reported receiving mental and physical health benefits from yoga...   <<Read Article>>
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