Behavior Health News

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11/16/2017
11/15/2017
11/14/2017
11/14/2017
Fast vs. Slow Eaters

Fast eaters at higher risk of heart risk factors, study finds

11/13/2017
11/13/2017
Risks of Too Much TV

Spending too much time sitting in front of the TV may up your risk of blood clots, study finds

11/13/2017
11/13/2017
11/9/2017
11/8/2017
11/1/2017
10/31/2017
10/30/2017
10/26/2017
10/26/2017
10/26/2017
Health Tip: Talk To Your Kids About a Tragedy

And recognize signs that they may not be coping

10/25/2017
Decline in U.S. Teen Drug Abuse Means Less Crime, Violence

New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down

10/19/2017
Does Your Dog 'Talk' to You?

Study may advance what's known about canine-human communication

10/19/2017
The Upsides and Downsides of Telecommuting

Review suggests need for clearer boundaries between work, personal life

10/18/2017
Schizophrenia Affects Brain's Communication Network

Finding may help spur new research

10/16/2017
States That Make You Wait to Buy Guns Have Fewer Deaths: Study

Time to 'cool off' may prevent some homicides and suicides

10/16/2017
A 3x10 Exercise Plan That'll Work for You

Break up workouts into bite-sized blocks

10/13/2017
Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance

In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

10/10/2017
10/9/2017
Another Downside to College Boozing: Poorer Job Prospects

In study, binge drinking 6 times a month lowered chances of full-time employment later

10/4/2017
Working Night Shifts May Widen Your Waistline

Disturbing normal sleep patterns is the main culprit, nutritionists say

10/3/2017
Moving Just 1 Hour a Week May Curb Depression Risk

Intensity of exercise didn't matter, and benefit leveled off after 2 hours of activity, study finds

10/3/2017
Apologies Go a Long Way When Medical Errors Occur

Study found chances of lawsuits, large payouts weren't higher when hospitals took responsibility for error

10/2/2017
Online Game Could Boost Family Fitness

But more research needed because study participants were all white, and wealthier than most Americans

9/20/2017
Who's Likely to Fall for Fake News?

Trust the evidence, not your 'gut,' study suggests

9/19/2017
Youth Football Ups Odds of Brain Problems in Adulthood

Researchers say greater risk of behavior issues, depression in those who played tackle before age 12

9/13/2017
Young Americans Lead Rise in Suicide Attempts

People with less education, greater mental woes more likely to try, researchers say

9/12/2017
Take a Stand Against Sitting Too Much

Couch potatoes might help cut their risk of early death by getting up every 30 minutes, study finds

9/11/2017
Regular Weigh-Ins May Help Prevent College Weight Gain

Those who checked daily even lost a little bit

9/10/2017
Football Fans Still Loyal Despite Concerns About Players' Brains

8 in 10 believe the sport causes long-term damage: survey

9/8/2017
Poor Health Habits Add Up to Poor Grades for Teens

Failing students more likely to use drugs, sleep around, CDC study finds

9/7/2017
Here's the Recipe to Keep Colon Cancer at Bay

Increase whole grains and exercise, limit booze and processed meats: report

9/7/2017
Acid Reflux? Try Going Vegetarian

Study hints that change in eating habits may be as effective as medications

9/4/2017
Back to School, Back to Planning for Kids With Autism, ADHD

Thinking ahead and keeping a calendar with important dates can help make transition smoother

9/1/2017
Dog Walking a Treat for Pet and Owner Alike

Study found the joy it brings is a bigger factor than wanting to exercise

8/31/2017
Brain Scans Offer Clues to Why Some Teens Pile on Pounds

Imaging showed less activity in the areas responsible for reining in impulses

8/31/2017
E-Cigs May Help Smokers Quit, But …

… Only if vaping is done 2 of every 3 days a month, study finds

8/31/2017
Need Help Getting Organized?

Start by streamlining your surroundings

8/31/2017
Play It Smart: Stay in School for a Healthier Heart

College degree may reduce your risk of cardiac disease by one-third, study suggests

8/30/2017
Too Much TV May Cost You Your Mobility

Excessive sitting after 50 is tied to disability, study finds

8/28/2017
Slow and Steady Wins the Weight-Loss Race

Study found fluctuations in pounds shed over a year of dieting predicted poorer results

8/25/2017
Are Her Chocolate Cravings a Product of the Culture?

These premenstrual urges seem far more common among U.S. women than others, study suggests

8/25/2017
Cookies, Apples or Yogurt? Not Always a Simple Choice for Kids

Snack preferences drive buying decisions, but brands and allowance also play a part, researchers say

8/24/2017
After Heart Attack, Just 1 in 3 Go for Rehab: CDC

Recommended outpatient treatment reduces risk of recurrence

8/22/2017
He Complains She Shops Too Much -- And Marriage Suffers

Study finds one spouse's views on the other's spending can bring conflict that undermines relationship