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Newswise: For Valentine's Day, 5 Tips for a Better Relationship
Released: 6-Feb-2020 11:05 AM EST
For Valentine's Day, 5 Tips for a Better Relationship
Furman University

Frank Provenzano, a Furman University instructor in psychology and a clinical psychologist for more than 40 years, offers five key relationships tips for any intimate partnership.

Newswise: Holidays on the Autism Spectrum
Released: 26-Nov-2019 10:55 AM EST
Holidays on the Autism Spectrum
Furman University

A short feature with a list of tips to help people with autism, and their loved ones, better navigate the holidays.

Newswise: 10 Steps to a More Sustainable Christmas
Released: 26-Nov-2019 10:35 AM EST
10 Steps to a More Sustainable Christmas
Furman University

A consumer-friendly listicle.

Released: 18-Nov-2019 1:20 PM EST
Five Ways To Manage Holiday Stress
Furman University

You can't eliminate holiday stress — but you can manage it. Here are tips from Cinnamon Stetler, associate professor and department chair of psychology.

Newswise: How to Win the Black Vote
Released: 14-Nov-2019 7:05 AM EST
How to Win the Black Vote
Furman University

In this short piece, race politics specialist Teresa Cosby explains what black voters are looking for in a candidate.

Newswise: Physics professors patent device that could revolutionize diabetes management
Released: 14-Oct-2019 4:05 AM EDT
Physics professors patent device that could revolutionize diabetes management
Furman University

The 'optical glucometer' is able to measure glucose levels by taking a specialized photo of the eye with sophisticated infrared sensors, eliminating the need for needles, blood or physical contact of any kind.

Released: 18-Sep-2019 12:45 PM EDT
Amazon Studios gets body image right in 'Brittany Runs a Marathon'
Furman University

When she saw the trailer for the movie “Brittany Runs a Marathon,” psychologist and body image researcher Kerstin Blomquist’s first thought was, “Oh, no. They’re doing it again!” Blomquist studies how to prevent disordered eating and how to promote a positive body image. She thought Hollywood had made another movie perpetuating negative stereotypes about people with obesity. Then, she saw the movie. “The movie was surprisingly better than I expected." She talks about what the movie got right, and what it could have done a little better.



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