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Fatty Foods, Drowsy DaysMay 04, 2016

Study found men who preferred fat-filled fare were more likely to be habitually sleepy

Desperate for Shut-Eye?May 02, 2016

Physicians' group recommends cognitive behavioral therapy before drugs for insomnia

'Wandering' a Hazard for More Than a Third of Kids With AutismMay 02, 2016

In study, many were unaware they might be in danger, couldn't distinguish strangers from people they knew

Bullying Can Turn Victims Into BulliesMay 02, 2016

Greater risk for aggressive behavior when both cyberbullying and in-person taunting took place, study found

Many Manly Men Avoid Needed Health CareApril 29, 2016

Gender stereotypes can have dangerous consequences, research suggests

Mindfulness Therapy May Help Ease Recurrent DepressionApril 27, 2016

Review of 9 studies suggests it helps patients better cope with troubling thoughts and emotions

Nagging Your Kids About Weight Might BackfireApril 21, 2016

Children added pounds if parents thought they were heavy, research suggests

Talk Therapy May Help Depressed Teens Who Shun AntidepressantsApril 20, 2016

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help boost mood without drugs, experts say

More Evidence Gay Parents Raise Well-Adjusted KidsApril 19, 2016

Latest study found no differences in general health, mental health or learning abilities

Have Scientists Found 'Virginity Genes'?April 18, 2016

Study suggests link between timing of first sex, first baby and DNA

Many U.S. Adults Think Kids' Health Is Worse TodayApril 18, 2016

They also think children have higher stress levels, less family time, poorer coping skills and personal friendships, survey finds

Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study FindsApril 15, 2016

And mental health problems, such as suicidal thoughts, seemed to worsen after they joined

Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best ResultsApril 15, 2016

Popular 12-step program for problem gamblers may not address related needs, research suggests

The Keys to an Effective ApologyApril 15, 2016

Researchers cite 6 main elements, including regret and responsibility

Does Exercise Help or Hinder Your Diet?April 13, 2016

Research shows a workout dulls the appetite, at least temporarily

Even Light Hookah Use May Cause Airway ProblemsApril 13, 2016

Scientists found lung cell abnormalities in those who smoke from the pipes occasionally

Sleepy Teens Are Risk-Taking TeensApril 07, 2016

Sleep deprivation leads to unsafe behaviors, CDC researchers say

The Health Risks Posed by Mindless MunchingApril 06, 2016

Being more aware of your food might help improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels, study suggests

Loose Bristles From Grill-Cleaning Brushes May Pose DangersApril 04, 2016

Study found they can stick to food and cause mouth, throat and stomach injuries

Right Neighborhood May Mean 90 Extra Minutes of Exercise a WeekApril 01, 2016

10-nation study shows those in activity-friendly urban areas walk a lot more

A New Health Perk for Coffee Drinkers?April 01, 2016

The brew, in any form, might cut colon cancer risk; the more you drink, the lower the risk, study suggests

U.S. Autism Rate Unchanged at 1 in 68 Kids: CDCMarch 31, 2016

It's not yet clear if the rate will stabilize over the long-term, experts say

The 'Not Face' Needs No TranslationMarch 31, 2016

Across cultures and languages, the negative look remains the same, researchers find

Evening Snacking Might Raise Odds for Breast Cancer's ReturnMarch 31, 2016

Women who fasted less than 13 hours had 36 percent higher risk of cancer recurrence, researchers say

How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Mental Health ProblemMarch 29, 2016

1 in 5 kids develop a serious problem but many go years without treatment, psychiatrist says

Caffeine Intake -- Even Dad's -- Linked to Miscarriage, Study SaysMarch 25, 2016

Behaviors prior to conception influence pregnancy loss

Could Lots of Time Spent on Social Media Be Tied to Depression?March 24, 2016

Study did not prove cause-and-effect, and researchers say more investigation is needed

Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-LifeMarch 23, 2016

But one marijuana advocate believes people who already have problems may often turn to the drug

Scientists Debunk 'Dumb Blonde' MythMarch 22, 2016

People with lighter locks have IQs equal to -- and sometimes higher than -- those with dark or red hair

Many Men Have Body Image Issues, TooMarch 18, 2016

Study finds appearance, weight, muscle tone often affect how guys feel about themselves

Psychological Disorders Affect 1 in 7 U.S. Kids Under 9: CDCMarch 18, 2016

Parents' mental health, lack of medical care contribute to disabilities, researchers say

Will a Sit-Stand Desk Make You Healthier?March 17, 2016

Study finds no evidence of that so far

School Breakfast Programs Vital, Even if Some Kids Also Eat at HomeMarch 17, 2016

Skipping the morning meal was tied to higher weight in study of middle schoolers

More Young Americans Support Gay Adoption: SurveyMarch 17, 2016

But tolerance still varies between teens and 40-somethings

Genetic Tests May Not Change People's Unhealthy WaysMarch 16, 2016

But DNA results could help spot at-risk individuals for screening and treatment, study authors say

'Difficult' Patients Tend to Get Worse Care, Studies FindMarch 15, 2016

In fictional scenarios, doctors were distracted by bad behaviors during diagnosis, made more errors

Could Too Much Cellphone Time Signal Anxiety, Depression?March 15, 2016

Some college students use their mobile device as a 'security blanket,' study says

Doctor's Empathy Boosts Patient SatisfactionMarch 11, 2016

Study finds wait time, appointment length secondary

The High Price of Untreated InsomniaMarch 10, 2016

Not getting medications, therapies for condition costs about $100 billion a year, researchers report

Six Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Colon CancerMarch 08, 2016

Diet, weight and physical activity play a significant role, expert says

Women in Cardiac Arrest May Be Less Likely to Receive HelpMarch 08, 2016

Doctors and the public still think of heart problems as a man's disease, researcher says

Candidates With More 'Mature' Faces May Get Older People's VotesMarch 06, 2016

But politicians who look competent appeal to all ages, researchers say

Consistent Self-Weighing Might Give Your Diet a BoostMarch 04, 2016

Study suggests routinely checking weight enhanced dieters' confidence to resist food temptations

Optimistic Outlook May Boost Hispanics' Heart HealthMarch 04, 2016

A 'can-do' point of view might help people stick to plans for healthy living, researchers say

Lazy Weekends May Boost Body Fat, Study ShowsMarch 03, 2016

But spending all week at a desk job did not show same link

Guys, Want to Be a Leader? Muscle UpMarch 02, 2016

Study found people tend to link brawnier physiques with leadership

Certain Jobs Hazardous to Your Heart Health, Study FindsMarch 01, 2016

Office workers, truckers and police seem to face challenges eating well, staying fit

Young Athletes Pressured by Parents May Resort to 'Doping'February 29, 2016

'Tiger parenting' can have dire consequences, researcher contends

Daylight Saving Time Tied to Brief Spike in Stroke RiskFebruary 29, 2016

But overall increase was only 8 percent higher in the first two days after a clock change, researchers said

Daredevil at 20, Scam Victim at 70? What Being a Risk-Taker May Mean to YouFebruary 28, 2016

Researchers say study may hold clues to better protecting seniors from fraud