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Spending Habits Often Align With Personality

SPENDING HABITS OFTEN ALIGN WITH PERSONALITY

Emerging research suggests that how you spend your money can reflect aspects of your personality. Investigators analyzed over 2 million...

Perinatal Depression Screening May Miss Suicidal Thoughts

PERINATAL DEPRESSION SCREENING MAY MISS SUICIDAL THOUGHTS

A new study of 736 low-income pregnant women in Illinois finds that more than one-third of those who reported having thoughts of self-harm...

 
 
 

TEENS ARE NOT SEXTING MORE - OR LESS

In the first study in nearly a decade, researchers discovered adolescent “sexting” is not at epidemic levels, but neither has it declined...

Self-Criticism About Weight May Originate With Others

SELF-CRITICISM ABOUT WEIGHT MAY ORIGINATE WITH OTHERS

Some overweight and obese individuals are more likely to engage in “self-stigmatization,” in which they internalize their weight stigma...

 
 
 
Preterm Babies Less Likely to Have Romantic Relationships in Adulthood

PRETERM BABIES LESS LIKELY TO HAVE ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN ADULTHOOD

A new study has found that adults who were born pre-term - under 37 weeks gestation - are less likely to form romantic relationships,...

Exercise May Improve Mood, Anxiety in Older Adults Getting Chemotherapy

EXERCISE MAY IMPROVE MOOD, ANXIETY IN OLDER ADULTS GETTING CHEMOTHERAPY

Older chemotherapy patients who engage in low- to moderate-intensity exercise at home may experience improved anxiety, mood and social...

 
 
 
Just Seeing Green Space May Ease Cravings for Alcohol, Cigarettes, Junk Food

JUST SEEING GREEN SPACE MAY EASE CRAVINGS FOR ALCOHOL, CIGARETTES, JUNK FOOD

A new study shows a link between being able to see green spaces from your home and reduced cravings for alcohol, cigarettes, and harmful...

Imagination May Be Key to Altruistic Behavior

IMAGINATION MAY BE KEY TO ALTRUISTIC BEHAVIOR

New research shows that when we see people in trouble, we imagine how we can help before we act. According to researchers at Boston...

 
 
 
LGBTQ Asian-Americans Seen as More ‘American'

LGBTQ ASIAN-AMERICANS SEEN AS MORE ‘AMERICAN'

Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States but one that is consistently perceived as “foreign” by other...

Bystanders Will Intervene to Help Victims of Aggression and Violence

BYSTANDERS WILL INTERVENE TO HELP VICTIMS OF AGGRESSION AND VIOLENCE

A new study finds that bystanders will intervene in nine out of 10 public fights to help victims of aggression and violence. The findings,...

 
 
 
Study: Midlife Sleep Problems May Up Risk of Alzheimer's

STUDY: MIDLIFE SLEEP PROBLEMS MAY UP RISK OF ALZHEIMER'S

A new study suggests that people who report a declining quality of sleep as they age from their 50s to their 60s have a higher risk...

Drinking Coffee May Help Activate the Body's Fat-Fighting Defenses

DRINKING COFFEE MAY HELP ACTIVATE THE BODY'S FAT-FIGHTING DEFENSES

Coffee lovers everywhere can rejoice once again, as scientists may have found yet another reason to continue enjoying a morning cup...

 
 
 
Combat Veterans at Increased Risk of Mental Health Concerns

COMBAT VETERANS AT INCREASED RISK OF MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS

New research suggests military veterans exposed to combat have an increased risk of developing depression and anxiety in later life...

Odd Eating Habits May Aid Early Detection of Autism

ODD EATING HABITS MAY AID EARLY DETECTION OF AUTISM

A new study finds that atypical eating behaviors were present in 70 percent of children with autism, 15 times more common than in neurotypical...

 
 
 
Family Chaos, Depression May Make It Harder to Manage Kids' Asthma

FAMILY CHAOS, DEPRESSION MAY MAKE IT HARDER TO MANAGE KIDS' ASTHMA

A chaotic household as well as child and parent depression are risk factors for worse asthma outcomes in urban minority children, according...

Parenting Style May Increase Risk of Teen Victimization

PARENTING STYLE MAY INCREASE RISK OF TEEN VICTIMIZATION

A unique longitudinal investigation reveals that adolescent bullying and victimization may have origins in the home. The new study...

 
 
 
For Many, Honest But Biased News is Less Credible

FOR MANY, HONEST BUT BIASED NEWS IS LESS CREDIBLE

“Fake,” or untruthful, news may not be the only way an information source can lose credibility with consumers. A new study finds that...

Migraine May Up Risk of Complications in Pregnancy, Childbirth

MIGRAINE MAY UP RISK OF COMPLICATIONS IN PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH

A new Danish study finds that migraines in pregnant women are linked to higher blood pressure, caesareans, preterm births, abortions...

 
 
 
Canadian Study: Concussion Twice as Prevalent as Once Thought

CANADIAN STUDY: CONCUSSION TWICE AS PREVALENT AS ONCE THOUGHT

New research shows that concussions are more common than we thought. Researchers at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-University Health...

Reminding Kids of Their Many Roles in Society May Improve Problem Solving

REMINDING KIDS OF THEIR MANY ROLES IN SOCIETY MAY IMPROVE PROBLEM SOLVING

Simply reminding children of their many roles in society - helper, friend, neighbor, son or daughter - can lead to better problem-solving...

 
 
 



Trump To Nominate Eugene Scalia As Labor Secretary

Trump To Nominate Eugene Scalia As Labor Secretary

If confirmed, the son of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia would replace outgoing Secretary Alexander Acosta. Read more ...

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will face off again in Democratic primary debate

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will face off again in Democratic primary debate

CNN's two-night Democratic primary debate will offer a rematch of Biden and Harris, whose clash over race became the most closely watched moment of the first round of debates. Read more ...

City explains its public art shows Spider-Man's hands, not devil horns...

City explains its public art shows Spider-Man's hands, not devil horns, after complaint

A woman in Lincoln, Nebraska, is fighting the city over what she says is a sculpture depicting devil horns at the Lincoln Children's Zoo. It's actually just Spiderman's hands... Read more ...

House approves $15 minimum wage; Senate prospects are dim

House approves $15 minimum wage; Senate prospects are dim

House Democrats approved legislation to raise the federal minimum wage for the first time in a decade. Read more ...

Strasburg hits and pitches Nationals to 13-4 win over Braves

Strasburg hits and pitches Nationals to 13-4 win over Braves

ATLANTA - Stephen Strasburg had a three-run homer among his three hits and set a franchise-record for a pitcher with five RBIs, as the surging Washington Nationals beat the... Read more ...

Stocks are jumping after two Fed officials signal rate cuts are coming - 'it...

Stocks are jumping after two Fed officials signal rate cuts are coming - 'it pays to act quickly'

World stocks jumped on Friday after comments from two Federal Reserve officials cemented traders' expectations of a cut to interest rates later this month. "You don't need to... Read more ...

Jeffrey Epstein Denied Bail in Sex Trafficking Case

Jeffrey Epstein Denied Bail in Sex Trafficking Case

A federal judge denied bail to wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday, ruling that he will remain jailed as he awaits trial on charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy... Read more ...

Man freed from prison because he was deemed too old to be a threat convicted...

Man freed from prison because he was deemed too old to be a threat convicted of woman's murder

Jurors deliberated less than an hour before reaching a guilty verdict. Read more ...

Trump Picks Scalia Son for Labor Secretary

Trump Picks Scalia Son for Labor Secretary

President Trump has picked one of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's five sons as his next secretary of labor. "I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to... Read more ...

Zack Wheeler report comes in with Mets watching closely

Zack Wheeler report comes in with Mets watching closely

SAN FRANCISCO - Zack Wheeler has taken the first steps in what the Mets hope will be a fast return from the injured list. On Thursday, the right-hander played catch for a... Read more ...