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Longer lunch breaks can encourage kids to eat more fruits, vegetables

“During shorter lunch break, children ate significantly less of the fruit and vegetable parts of their meal When kids sit down to eat lunch at…

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Smartphone gaming can be harmful to players who game to escape their negative mood

Study finds smartphone gaming can be harmful to players seeking relief from boredom According to a new study, smartphone gaming can be harmful to players…

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Spending time outdoors has a positive effect on the brain: Study

Our results show that our brain structure and mood improve when we spend time outdoors If you’re regularly out in the fresh air, you’re doing…

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Urban areas with high levels of air pollution linked to childhood obesity risk

Air pollution could disrupt the molecular mechanisms that cause obesity by inducing inflammation  Parents, take note! Children living in urban areas with high levels of…

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A new study finds majority of romantic couples start out as friends

The average length of pre-romance friendships means it is likely that the couples were genuine, platonic friends before transitioning to romance Though most movies and…

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Yoga is effective in reducing work-related stress: Study

Healthcare workers who engaged in yoga or yoga-like exercises responded more positively to questionnaires Physical relaxation through yoga or other practices can help reduce work-related…

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Study finds the impact of police action on population health

U.S. study found that among men, anxiety symptoms were significantly associated with frequency of police stops The authors of a new University of Washington led…

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Not only humans, dogs got talent too!

In the literature, some dogs of other breeds are reported to have acquired vocabulary knowledge Is talent in a given field a uniquely human phenomenon?…

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Study finds personality traits relate to being a morning or evening person

The relationship between personality and morningness-eveningness is partly due to genetic factors According to a new study from researchers at the University of Warwick, there…

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Music can combat mental fatigue while running: Study

A study lead by the University of Edinburgh researchers suggests that listening to music while running can be helpful in combating mental fatigue and might…

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