College Social Life Predicts Quality of Life in Middle Age July 31, 2015 . No Comments
As parents and college students prepare for the transition back to school, they may focus their attention on college’s academic challenges. But parents who want their college students ... Read More
Does Above-Average Intelligence Mean a Longer Life? July 31, 2015 . 1 Comment
People with higher-than-average IQs may attend prestigious colleges, be the recipients of large scholarships, or easily find a profession in their chosen career. As it turns out, the benefits ... Read More
Coffee Intake’s Impact on Risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment July 30, 2015 . 2 Comments
Though excessive reliance on caffeine can produce negative health effects such as insomnia and a rapid heart rate, moderate consumption of coffee has long been linked to a reduced risk ... Read More
Trans Women Face Inadequate Health Care, High HIV Rates July 30, 2015 . 2 Comments
As many as one in 12,000 women designated as male at birth seek medical treatment to affirm their female gender, according to one recent study from the Netherlands. This transition can ... Read More
Strong Social Networks Can Prevent Suicide In Women July 30, 2015 . 3 Comments
Although women are less likely to commit suicide than men, 5.5 of every 100,000 women take their own lives each year. For women over the age of 40, suicide rates have risen dramatically, ... Read More
Premature Babies More Likely to Be Introverted, Have Anxiety July 29, 2015 . 3 Comments
According to the CDC, 450,000 babies (1 in 9) were born prematurely in 2012. Premature birth continues to be a serious public health problem, accounting for 35% of infant deaths and contributing ... Read More
Does Study Refute Long-Held Ideas about Bullying Behavior? July 29, 2015 . 2 Comments
The research-backed claim that people who bully others are jealous or have low self-esteem has long been theorized to be a possible explanation for cruel behavior, but a new study from ... Read More
Could Acupuncture Work in Ways Similar to Psychiatric Drugs? July 27, 2015 . 4 Comments
A variety of studies suggest that acupuncture can successfully treat mental health symptoms such as depression, but it remains an “alternative” remedy, not a mainstream one. Research ... Read More
Trans Identities Not Caused By Hormone Imbalance, and Other News July 24, 2015 . 8 Comments
Transgender youth face a world in which their identities are often pathologized and their gender expression treated as indication of a hormone imbalance or other medical issue. According ... Read More
Unskilled Male Players More Likely to Harass Female Gamers July 23, 2015 . 6 Comments
Gamergate, the Internet gaming scandal that began with vicious attacks on game developer Zoe Quinn, sparked ongoing Internet discussions about the bullying and sexual harassment to which ... Read More
Study Suggests Birth Order Will Not Predict Personality July 22, 2015 . 5 Comments
Oldest children have long basked in the glow of myths about their intelligence, friendliness, and willingness to please their parents. They can even point to the fact that oldest children ... Read More
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