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Stress eating is typically considered to be unhealthy, but new research suggests it is part of a dynamic pattern of eating behavior that could have benefits in some situations. ... More>
Consider this scenario: You have been sick for some time, more debilitated by the month, and doctors are scratching their heads. Finally, in pain and exhausted, you find a specialist […]... More>
The National Institutes of Health have announced a research project grant on Modeling Social Behavior. ... More>
New research suggests that people’s racial biases make them more likely to leave money on the table when a windfall is not split evenly between groups. ... More>