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Even Men Get the Blues After Childbirth

American Psychological Association (APA)

Postpartum depression as prevalent in new fathers as mothers, research says

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Article ID: 698435

It’s Complicated: Our Relationship with Texting

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From sexting to breaking up, texting can bring us close or drive us apart, studies find

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Article ID: 698432

You’re Only as Old as You Think and Do

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Increased control, physical activity lower subjective age in older adults, research says

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Article ID: 698425

Roles of Emotional Support Animals Examined

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Beyond airlines, colleges and courts struggle to understand need, effects, researchers say

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Can Psychedelic Drugs Heal?

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Psychologists explore potential benefits of hallucinogens for mental health disorders

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Article ID: 698766

In Absence of Obesity, PTSD Patients Not at Higher Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Saint Louis University Medical Center

Saint Louis University research finds post-traumatic stress disorder does not directly lead to type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), instead, obesity in PTSD patients accounts for the increased risk.

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Article ID: 698677

Study Finds Behavioral Changes Insufficient at Preventing Early Childhood Obesity

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Young children and their families in poor communities were able to make some achievable and sustainable behavioral changes during the longest and largest obesity prevention intervention, but, in the end, the results were insufficient to prevent early childhood obesity.

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Smartphones act as digital security blankets in stressful social situations

University of California, Irvine

Not only can your smartphone serve as your wallet, watch and map, it can also be your digital security blanket. In a new study led by the University of California, Irvine, researchers found that when people are in awkward social situations, having their phones with them offers comfort and helps relieve feelings of isolation.

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Got the ‘Drunchies’? New Study Shows How Heavy Drinking Affects Diet

University at Buffalo

With obesity continuing to rise in America, researchers decided to look at a sample of college students to better understand how drinking affects what they eat, both that night and for their first meal the next day.

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Article ID: 698556

Discrimination based on driver bias remains a major issue for Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing services

Indiana University

Ridesharing ompanies have sought to address discrimination by removing information about a rider’s gender and race from ride requests, hoping to eliminate bias when a ride is requested. However, bias is a factor when drivers cancel after a request is accepted, according to new research from Indiana University and Penn State University.

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