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Science Says Taking Selfies Might Be Good For You -- How True?

Dec 13, 2016 AM EST According to a study conducted by the researchers from the University of California, taking selfies can actually make a person happier. The study suggests taking these snaps and sharing these with ...

Scientific Reasons for the Weird Choices you Make Everyday

Dec 03, 2016 AM EST We don't completely understand the mystery of the choices we make every day but here are the science-backed explanations behind our weird behaviors.

How To Help Students With Anxiety Transition To College

Aug 30, 2016 AM EDT The transition to college can be scary. Here's how parents can help.

Exposure to War-Torn Regions Damages Psychological Wellbeing of Adolescents, Study

Aug 08, 2014 AM EDT Exposure to war-inflicted regions causes lasting and damaging effect on the psychological wellbeing of adolescents, according to a new study by the University of Leicester.

Diverticulitis Patients Suffer From Psychological and Physical Symptoms Even After Attack, Study

Jul 31, 2014 AM EDT People suffering from diverticulitis experience psychological and physical symptoms long after the acute illness has been cured, according to a new study by the University of California - Los Angeles.

Cannabis Ingredient Causes Paranoia, Study

Jul 18, 2014 AM EDT THC (Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol), active psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, can cause short-term paranoia, according to a new study by the Oxford University.

One or Two Cups of Coffee Improves Short-Term Memory, Study

Jan 13, 2014 AM EST Coffee helps retain information for at least a day after it is consumed, according to a John Hopkins University study.

Triathletes Tolerate Pain Longer and Better than Non-Athletes, Israel Study

Oct 16, 2013 AM EDT Triathletes experience less pain than non-athletes, helping them travel long distances, according to a study conducted by Tel Aviv University.

Combat Soldiers Most Affected By Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Study

Aug 08, 2013 AM EDT Soldiers who were deployed in the Middle East and had served in combat roles are likely to suffer from psychological trauma, according to a Defense Force study that looked into the health of more than ...

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