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401(k) Contributors May Take Fewer Sick Days, Study Suggests

It’s not easy to determine whether new hires will turn into chronic absentees, but new research suggests one possible harbinger — their lack of participation in the company retirement plan. ... More>


Cognitive Bias May Underlie Both Physical and Financial Health Behaviors

Poor physical health and poor financial health may be driven by the same underlying psychological factors, according to new research. ... More>


Surprising Psychology Can Make the Country Healthier


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Fears and Beliefs About Pain and Dentistry Predict Treatment-Seeking Behavior

Cameron L. Randall, West Virginia University, present his research on "Fears and Beliefs about Pain and Dentistry Predict Treatment-Seeking Behavior" at the 2104 APS Annual Convention in San Francisco. ... More>