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Expressing Anger Linked with Better Health in Some Cultures

We're urged to manage anger or suffer its ill effects, but new data from the US and Japan suggest that anger may be linked with better health in certain cultures. ... More>


More Bad News About Sitting: It May Harm Workers’ Mental Health

Sitting for long periods has been linked to a range of physical ailments, but a new study finds that sitting may also be tied to mental health woes for workers. ... More>


Stand Up for Better Meetings

Many professionals have begun standing at their desks, and even in meetings, as a way to boost health. New research shows that eschewing a chair may also boost group productivity. ... More>


Relationship Satisfaction Linked with Changing Use of Contraception

Research indicates that women’s sexual satisfaction in long-term heterosexual relationships may be influenced by changes in hormonal contraceptive use. ... More>