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Same healthful food for children and adults

Jan 6, 2022
The research has been published in the 'Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior'.

VR may make therapy easier

Jan 6, 2022
The study has been published in the 'Frontiers in Virtual Reality Journal'.

Stress may lead to excessive drinking in women

Dec 30, 2021
New research has found that stress alone can drive women to excessive drinking.

Working abroad may hamper your partner's career: Study

Dec 12, 2021
According to a study for a doctoral dissertation, organizations should pay much more attention to the situation of the partners of their international employees.

Sense of 'future guilt' helps athletes to fight against doping: Study

Dec 11, 2021
According to a new study, imagining 'future guilt' through psychological intervention could prove a powerful weapon for athletes in the fight against doping.

Study finds ways to help children learn forgiveness

Dec 9, 2021
Researchers have found that teaching children to understand other people's perspectives could make it easier for them to learn how to forgive others.

Well-timed meals decrease risk of glucose intolerance despite improper sleep: Study

Dec 6, 2021
According to a study by Brigham and Women's Hospital, night-time eating can lead to glucose intolerance, while daytime meals can help regulate bloodstream glucose levels.

Study finds talking to kids during TV time increases their curiosity levels

Nov 29, 2021
Increased television watching is associated with poorer development in your younger ones. However, according to a new study, talking to your kids while watching TV is a new way to counter its negative effects.

Study reveals meditation increases error recognition

Nov 28, 2021
A recent study by Michigan State University has found that if you're forgetful or make a lot of mistakes, meditation is the answer to your problems.

Study finds kids and adults make inferences differently

Nov 16, 2021
A new study of brain activity patterns in people doing a memory task has found that the way we make inferences changes dramatically as we age.

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