Fitness, food, light therapy and socialization can help fend off the seasonal sadness that befalls many amid winter's dark and dreary months.
About a third of Americans are sleep-deprived as a result of political and economic anxieties.
It even afflicts those who aren't necessarily considered high risk for emotional problems—and it's particularly pernicious in the late 20s, mid-50s and 80s.
Preschool children given high levels of caring comfort show specific brain changes.
Looking at photos of human faces, the equines seemed especially attuned to negative emotions like anger.
More study is needed, but the compound may fight the condition in a different way.
You'll sadden at first, but ultimately your mood will improve.
Research shows personal and community optimism is connected to a healthy heart.
Look at the bright side of life because studies show positive feelings have tangible health benefits.
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