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Having Kids at Home May Ease Adults’ COVID-19 Depression
Attending school on Zoom and quarantining from family and friends has children struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, but, ...
January 22, 2022
One Spouse’s View of Aging May Sway the Other’s Health
Elderly people can expect their health to decline—as well as that of their spouse—when their self-perceptions about aging ...
November 16, 2020
Ideas From Others May Prevent ‘Fixation’ on Your First Solutions
When you’re in a rut in trying to creatively solve a problem, it may be a good idea ...
October 26, 2020
‘Outside the Box’ Thinking Could Be Upshot of ADHD
People often believe those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) face challenges that could hinder future employment, but ...
October 24, 2018
Screen Time May Alter the Way Preschoolers Nap
Increased media use is linked to preschoolers getting less sleep at night and more sleep during the day, ...
February 5, 2018
Food Cues Boost Cravings, but Not Pleasure
Food cues, like smelling French fries or seeing photos of them on a menu display, can amp up ...
December 19, 2017
You Can Start a Job and Learn to Love It Later
Contrary to popular wisdom, you don’t have to fall in love at first sight with a potential job.
August 29, 2015
Auctions Aren’t Best for Abandoned Buildings
To help distressed cities recover, managed sales programs are a better way to sell abandoned properties than are ...
Life & Tradition
August 3, 2015
Callous Little Kids May Have Behavior Trouble Later
Toddlers who don't feel guilty after misbehaving or don't care much about giving or receiving affection may be ...
October 20, 2014
Marrying an Optimist May Help You Stay Healthy
Having an optimistic spouse appears to have positive effects on a partner’s health—even more than a person’s own ...
May 4, 2014
New Yorkers May Be Forced to ‘Electrify Everything’ From 2030
Pro-Abortion Marchers Continue to Protest Outside Supreme Court Justices Residences
Amtrak Train Derails in Missouri After Hitting a Truck, Injuries Reported
Americans Will Pay 17 Percent More for July 4 Cookout: Farm Bureau
New York Judge Strikes Down Law Allowing Noncitizens to Vote in Local Elections
DeSantis Signs Bright Futures Bill to Expand Scholarship Access in Florida
No Safety Data to Back CDC’s Recommendation on Co-administering COVID-19 Injections and Other Vaccines in Children
US Economic Growth to Hit Just 0.3 Percent for 2nd Quarter
State Blocked From Banning Nearly All Abortions Despite Supreme Court's Roe Ruling
Pelosi’s Office Responds After Texas Republican Says She ‘Pushed’ Daughter