Anxious people worry about risk, not loss

Anxious People Worry About Risk, Not Loss

A recent study show that individuals diagnosed with a anxiety disorder is more risk aversive compared to healthy controls, but both groups demonstrated similar levels of loss aversion.

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Social Laughter Releases Endorphins in the Brain

Social Laughter Releases Endorphins in the Brain

Finnish and British researchers have revealed how laughter releases endorphins in the human brain. The more opioid receptors the participants had in their brain, the more they laughed during the experiment.

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Fighting parents might be more harmful to child development than divorce

Fighting Parents Might Be More Harmful to Child Development Than Divorce

It is widely known that divorce hurts children badly, but new research conducted in the U.K. shows that the fighting that usually occurs before the actual divorce hurts even more.

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Sleep Disorders Affect Men and Women Differently

Sleep Disorders Affect Men and Women Differently

Study reveals women who experience difficulties sleeping are more likely to feel tired and depressed than men.

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Childhood Bullying Linked to Health Risks in Adulthood

Childhood Bullying Linked to Health Risks in Adulthood

Childhood bullying may lead to long-lasting health consequences, impacting psychosocial risk factors for cardiovascular health well into adulthood, according to a study published in Psychological Science.

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Partners can help with PMS: Couple therapy may help in  coping with premenstrual distress

Partners Can Help With Pms: Couple Therapy May Help in Coping With Premenstrual Distress

A study conducted in Australia found that issues within a relationship can influence women's experience of PMS, and couple therapy can assist alleviate the symptoms.

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