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Group Activities Reduced Depressive Symptoms among Older People with Dementia

1 hours ago − Umea University
Both a high-intensity functional exercise programme and a non-exercise group activity, conducted among older care facility residents with dementia, reduced high levels of depressive symptoms. However, exercise had no superior effect on depression, according to a dissertation from UmeĆ„ University. …
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05-02-16

Research-based Exercise Program Turning Preschoolers into 'Fit Kids'

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Survey Suggests Children of Gay Fathers Are Well Adjusted
BALTIMORE, MD - Compared to a national sample of heterosexual parents, gay fathers report similar parenting behavior and measures of wellbeing in their children, according to new research to…
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05-02-16

Combination of Face-to-face And Online Bullying May Pack a Powerful Punch
BALTIMORE, MD - Bullying and taunts that may have once stayed in the schoolyard increasingly spill over into text messages and social media. A new study shows that the…
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05-02-16

Alcohol Brand Placement on TV Linked with Teens' Brand Preferences And Drinking Behaviors
BALTIMORE, MD - While tobacco companies have not been allowed to buy product placement in television shows since 2000, alcohol brands continue to self-regulate their marketing in media. But…
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05-02-16

New Interpretation of the Rök Runestone Inscription Changes View of Viking Age

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05-03-16

Social Clubs Fill Gap in Dementia Support
Community-based social groups could play a crucial role in empowering people with early-onset dementia, according to new UBC research. The study, led by UBC nursing professor Alison Phinney,…
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05-03-16

Group Activities Reduced Depressive Symptoms among Older People with Dementia

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How We Understand Others

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04-29-16

Don't Retweet If You Want to Remember
ITHACA, N.Y. - In a digital world where information is at your fingertips, be prepared to hold on tight before it slips right through them. Research at Cornell University…
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04-27-16

Women Who Are Cheated on 'Win' in the Long Run; New Women 'Lose'
BINGHAMTON, NY - Women who lose their unfaithful mate to another woman actually win in the long run, according to new research. …
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04-25-16

Risks of Harm from Spanking Confirmed by Analysis of 5 Decades of Research
AUSTIN, Texas -- The more children are spanked, the more likely they are to defy their parents and to experience increased anti-social behavior, aggression, mental health problems and cognitive…
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04-28-16

Peppermint Tea Can Help Improve Your Memory
Peppermint tea can improve long-term and working memory and in healthy adults. This is the finding of a study by Dr Mark Moss, Robert Jones and Lucy Moss…
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Male-dominated Societies Are Not More Violent, Study Says
Conventional wisdom and scientific arguments have claimed that societies with more men than women, such as China, will become more violent, but a University of California, Davis, study has…
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04-28-16

Analyzing the Psyche of Risky Drivers
Road crashes are the world's leading cause of preventable death and injury in people under 35, accounting for around 5 million casualties every year. Repeat offenders make a disproportionate…
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Psychiatry
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1 hours ago − Elsevier
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Children & Parents

Research-based Exercise Program Turning Preschoolers into 'Fit Kids'


19 hours ago − University of Vermont
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Chronic Stress
Friends 'Better Than Morphine'

4 days ago − University of Oxford
People with more friends have higher pain tolerance, Oxford University researchers have found. Katerina Johnson, a doctoral student in the University's Department of Experimental Psychology, was studying whether differences in our neurobiology may help explain why some of us have larger social networks than others. …
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Alcoholism
Study Finds High Prevalence of Incapacitated Rape among College Women

5 months ago − Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs
PISCATAWAY, NJ - Some 15 percent of women are raped while incapacitated from alcohol or other drug use during their freshman year at college, according to new research. The report, published in the Nov. issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, also helps to offer a clearer idea of which college freshmen are at particular risk of what's known as 'incapacitated rape.' …
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Learning

Research-based Exercise Program Turning Preschoolers into 'Fit Kids'


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Women's Studies, Gender

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Political Behavior
Polarization May Cause Climate Communication to Backfire

5 days ago − Duke University
DURHAM, N.C. -- Political advocates who support action on climate change have long sought "the perfect message" for swaying skeptics. If the issue can be framed correctly, they believe, the battle can be won. A new Duke University study suggests it may be more complicated than that. …
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Conflict

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Violence Behaivior

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