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Career 101: Challenges Of Being The Youngest Employee And What To Do About It – Part 1

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT It may be tough being the most inexperienced in the office but it's a chance to grow.

Psychology Explains Why Most New Year’s Resolutions Fail

Jan 05, 2017 AM EST Here are the reasons why we are bad at making new year's resolutions according to psychology.

How your Childhood Affects your Money Problems According to a Financial Psychologist

Dec 04, 2016 AM EST Here is how your childhood actually affects your attitude towards money as explained by a financial psyhologist.

Tips for Dealing with Entrepreneurial Problems

Nov 19, 2016 PM EST Being an entrepreneur is never easy as stress and problems are normal in their daily lives. Here are some helpful tips to effectively and successfully deal with entrepreneurial problems.

Harvard School of Public Health Receives $350 million From The Morningside Foundation

Sep 08, 2014 AM EDT The Harvard University has received a $350 million gift, largest in the school's history, to support efforts to combat world's pressing health issues.

Family Problems Cause Conflicts with Colleagues And Partners, Study

Jul 07, 2014 AM EDT Workers, who spend considerable amount of time worrying about family problems at work, are more likely have conflicts with colleagues and spouses, according to a new study by the University of East ...

Better Heart health Linked with Fewer Memory Problems, Study

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT People with poor heart health are more likely to suffer from learning and memory impairment than those with good cardiovascular health, according to a new study by Brigham Young University.

“Seattle Suspect Had History of Mental Health Problems,” Attorney Says (UPDATE)

Jun 07, 2014 AM EDT Aaron R. Ybarra, the 26-year-old gunman accused of killing one and injuring three others in a shooting at Seattle Pacific University, underwent mental health evaluations twice.

Alcohol Purchased through Fake IDs Increases High-Risk Drinking and Develops Drinking Problems, Study

Oct 23, 2013 AM EDT Many college going students use fake IDs to buy alcohol, which in turn fuels the habit due to easy and plentiful access and might even lead to alcohol use disorders (AUDs), according to a new study ...

Constant Exposure to Aircraft Noise Triggers Cardiovascular Diseases in Older People, Study

Oct 10, 2013 AM EDT Apart from hearing impairment, older people living next to airports, also face increased risk of suffering from heart problems, according to a study conducted by researchers at the at the Harvard ...

California Researchers Develop Portable Smartphone Device for Kidney Tests

Aug 31, 2013 AM EDT University of California researchers have developed a smartphone peripheral that helps people suffering from diabetes and chronic kidney problems, to self-monitor their health saving them frequent ...

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