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Attentive listening helps teens to open up, study finds

Active listening is more likely to lead to a good outcome for teenagers than the more passive style  Engaged listening…

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Kids who sleep with their pets still get a good night’s rest, Study finds

The sleep quality of the surprisingly high number of kids who share a bed with their pets is indistinguishable from…

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The mothers’ depression can affect mother-infant relationships

The study revealed that women with depression during pregnancy, or with a history of depression, have a reduced quality of…

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Study says worrying about heart increases risk for mental health disorders

Heart-focused anxiety among that group is a statistically significant predictor for general depression and overall anxiety

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Researchers find intoxication brings strangers physically closer

Strangers who consume alcohol together may keep their distance initially but draw physically closer as they become intoxicated Gulping down…

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The study says, loan applications processed around midday more likely to be rejected

Loan applications during earlier and later in the day more likely to approve as compared with Midday According to a…

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Study reveals online learning doesn’t improve student sleep habits

Students slept less efficiently, less at night and more during the day, but did not sleep more overall New research…

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Being around children makes adults more generous, says a study

Children are indirectly dependent on how adults behave towards each other and towards the planet Adults are more compassionate and…

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New findings reveal excessive social media usage is potentially addictive behaviour

Social media use has become a ubiquitous part of society, with 3.8 billion users worldwide The findings of a new…

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Videoconferences more exhausting when participants don’t feel group belonging, study finds

The researchers thought longer meetings and being on video would cause the most fatigue Videoconferences may be less exhausting if…

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