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Students who have great relationships with their teachers are healthier in adulthood

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Nov 07, 2020 … WASHINGTON — Putting forth our best effort in school doesn’t just make us brighter, it can also make us physically healthier. New research shows that teens who have strong relationships with their teachers have better health in adulthood. Previous research concludes that poor social relationships can lead to chronic stress. This, of course, can raise…

Teens who don’t get enough sleep much more likely to battle depression

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Jul 02, 2020 … READING, England — A good night’s sleep is really important for the developing brain. The brain’s growth and development can suffer if it’s not well rested. That’s especially the case for younger minds. A new study led by researchers from the University of Reading shows a strong connection between poor sleep in teenagers and a…

Self-Esteem & Sleep: Need For Perfection, Negative Thoughts Keep Teens Awake At Night

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Apr 03, 2020 … ADELAIDE, Australia — The years between 12 and 20 are a period of self-discovery and self-doubt for the average teen. It’s hard not to compare oneself to others in high school, especially in today’s day and age of Instagram and selfies. Now, a new study conducted at Flinders University finds that teenagers experience insomnia most often…

Study: During Adolescence, The Brain ‘Rewires’ To Prepare For Adulthood

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Feb 12, 2020 … CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom — The teenage years are a really critical time for the developing brain. Now, researchers say that new brain networks “come online” during adolescence, and these fresh connections being made between different parts of the brain help teens cultivate the social skills they need for navigating the world of adulthood. But scientists…

‘It’s Not Enough To Be Smart’: Students With High ‘Emotional Intelligence’ Get Better Grades

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Dec 14, 2019 … SYDNEY — Formative years spent in school can be a turbulent time for adolescents and teens, and it’s common for emotions to be at an all-time high. Each student deals with their emotions in her or his own way, and some are naturally better equipped to cope than others. Now, a new study conducted in Sydney,…

Family Matters: Regardless Of Country Or Culture, People Prioritize Loved Ones Over All Else

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Nov 28, 2019 … TEMPE, Ariz. — From Seoul to Seattle, what matters most to people at the end of the day is their family and loved ones. That’s the uplifting finding of a new, extensive international study encompassing over 7,000 people from 27 different countries. The study, led by a team of social and evolutionary psychologists at Arizona State…

Modern Stress: 6 In 10 Millennials ‘Never’ Relax Because Of Constant Urge To Check Phone

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Oct 04, 2019 … Survey shows nine in ten adults regularly check phone — even when there aren’t any new messages to read. One in ten respondents admit they struggle to go just 10 minutes without looking at device. Nearly half of adults wish smartphones were never invented! LONDON — It seems most people refuse to go anywhere these days…

Sexual Harassment In Any Form Causes Psychological Harm, Study Finds

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May 25, 2018 … TRONDHEIM, Norway — You don’t have to be inappropriately touched by someone to feel the harmful effects of sexual harassment. A new study finds that all forms of sexual harassment, physical or not, have the ability to cause long-term damage to an individual. Behavior that could be classified as sexual harassment takes many forms, but researchers…

Babies’ Reactions To Spiders, Snakes Show Humans Have Evolved To Fear Them, Study Finds

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Nov 09, 2017 … LEIPZIG, Germany — The infant’s eyes grow wide at the sight of the eight-legged creature. She’s never been exposed to spiders before, but something inside her signals to pay attention. Demonstrating this instinctual reaction, a new study out of the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and Uppsala University shows that even…

Nearly Half Of Parents With Young Kids Battling Severe Stress During COVID-19 Quarantine

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Jun 04, 2020 … WASHINGTON, D.C. — There may be no one more ready for the COVID-19 quarantine to end completely and life to pick back up where it left off than moms and dads. Between home schooling, keeping the little ones occupied, feeding them, cleaning up after them, dealing with tantrums — and, oh yeah, that thing called…

Cruelty Begets Cruelty: A Toxic Workplace Turns Women Into Worse Mothers, Study Finds

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Oct 12, 2019 … SAN FRANCISCO — The occasional rude remark is bound to occur in any office setting. Sadly, a new study finds that women who are subjected to incivility and harsh words in the workplace are more likely to engage in stricter, more authoritarian parenting practices at home that are bound to have a negative impact on their children.…

Most people constantly forget their online passwords, including the new one immediately after reset!

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Apr 08, 2021 … NEW YORK — Has protecting your many online accounts left you feeling more confused than secure? You’re not alone. A new study finds the average American has been locked out of ten online accounts in the past month alone. It turns out the biggest problem in online security may be remembering how you secured your accounts.…

Lockdown Lethargy: 1 In 4 Says Quality Of Sleep During Coronavirus Outbreak Has Never Been Worse

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Apr 29, 2020 … New survey finds 48% of adults are kept awake at night from worrying about the coronavirus. Only 18% of respondents feel “refreshed” when they wake up each morning. Four in ten parents say their children are waking up later than they used to. LONDON — Adults may be sleeping a bit longer due to the lockdown…

Mom Wars: Mothers Often Sharply Criticize Their Peers Based On Stereotypes, Unfair Judgments

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Mar 06, 2020 … AMES, Iowa — Being a mother is often thought of as the most difficult job in the world, and mothers are usually their own toughest critics. But a new study out of Iowa State University found that women with children often criticize their peers just as strongly as they judge themselves, leading to incivility and…

Leonardo da Vinci Likely Suffered From ADHD, Researcher Suggests

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May 24, 2019 … LONDON — Leonardo da Vinci is heralded as one of the most brilliant creative minds in history, but that mind may have wandered a bit more than the average genius. That’s because, according to a British researcher, there’s a strong probability that Leonardo suffered from Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The theory could explain…