Watching a family member or neighbor go through type 2 diabetes shapes the way people with diabetes manage their condition, a new study finds.
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Having a "sexy mindset" can make potential partners seem more attractive and reduce fears of rejection, researchers report.
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Getting fewer "likes" on social media can lead to depression and anxiety in young people, a new study shows.
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Stress ups the risks for alcohol and drug abuse, and difficulty in getting treatment makes coping with addiction even harder during COVID, an expert argues.
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The more uncertain we are about expectations, the more likely we are to act selfishly, a new study finds. That's key for following COVID-19 guidelines.
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Staying close to home reduces COVID-19 risk for older adults, but feelings of loneliness can set in. Neighbors, healthy habits, and technology can help.
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Phone calls may beat texting if you want to connect with other people. The voice itself seems to be integral to bonding, researchers say.
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During COVID-19 and social unrest, gun purchases have soared. An expert explains why that raises concerns about suicide, and what can help lessen the risk.
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