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Singing 'speeds up' recovery from post-natal depressionOpen in a New Window

Researchers found that women who took part in group singing with their babies experienced a faster improvement in their symptoms.

 

Tough money talks to have with your aging parentsOpen in a New Window

Don't try to have money conversations when someone is hungry, angry, lonely or tired.

 

The modern problem with pursuing perfectionOpen in a New Window

Striving for unattainable perfection could have a negative impact on mental health.

 

Despite setbacks, drugmakers have plans to fight Alzheimer’sOpen in a New Window

Pharmaceutical industry, scientists keep pursuing treatments, with some focusing on earlier intervention.

 

There are real, and difficult, biological reasons why it’s hard to lose weightOpen in a New Window

Doctors have a better understanding of the biological underpinnings responsible for weight loss failure.

 

Exercise boosts kids' brain health, tooOpen in a New Window

There's also research that links exercise to their cognitive development and achievement in school.

 

We’re less likely to collaborate in bad economic timesOpen in a New Window

Employees’ perceptions of the economy affect how they work with one another.

 

Less teens are having sex as declines in risky behaviors continueOpen in a New Window

This trend includes substantial declines among younger students, African Americans and Hispanics.

 

Eating fish may make kids smarter and help them sleepOpen in a New Window

Researchers found children who ate fish weekly scored nearly five points higher on IQ tests than those who never or seldom ate fish.

 

Non-dieting resolutions families can keepOpen in a New Window

Instead of setting unhelpful individual goals, commit to making lasting, healthful changes together.

 

Marijuana use increases among pregnant women in CaliforniaOpen in a New Window

Study found smoking marijuana is on the rise among pregnant women in the U.S.

 

After #MeToo, more women feeling empoweredOpen in a New Window

Many women say they feel more empowered in ways big and small after sexual harassment allegations.

 

The psychology of givingOpen in a New Window

Mutual giving brings a higher level of engagement and learning.

 

War Horses for Veterans helps returning soldiers in innovative wayOpen in a New Window

Organization offers equine and networking experience where veterans bond with horses, as well as each other.