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Study aims to make more gay, bisexual men become eligible blood donors

As earlier this week, the Red Cross has declared a nationwide blood shortage crisis. Locally, blood collector Vitalant, says that in the San Francisco Bay Area there has been an 11% drop in its active…

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Natural disasters can actually bring married couples closer together according to new longitudinal research that examined the impact of Hurricane Harvey

Newlywed couples tended to have increased relationship satisfaction after experiencing a natural disaster together, according to new longitudinal research that examined the impact of Hurricane Harvey. The findings, which appear in the journal Psychological Science, suggest…

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Why ‘mood shame’ is bad for you – Avoid thinking about the bad news and also bad feelings is a personal failing.

It’s easy to berate oneself for not feeling better – yet there’s a good reason to cherish those grouchy feelings. Imagine that you’ve just experienced something unpleasant – your friend has forgotten your birthday, you’ve…

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U.S.-born black women at higher risk of preeclampsia; race alone does not explain disparity

A novel analysis of medical records for a racially diverse group of more than 6,000 women has added to evidence that some combination of biological, social and cultural factors—and not race alone—is likely responsible for…

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Women’s sensitivity to men’s relationship history revealed by new “mate copying” study

New research provides evidence that women view a man’s romantic history as an indicator of his quality as a potential romantic partner. The findings have been published in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science. “We were interested in…

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For mammals, eating other animals can increase cancer risk

After scouring 110,000 records, researchers gained insight into mammalian cancer. Cancer is a sad fact of life, as nearly 40 percent of people are diagnosed with it at some point in their lives. But humans aren’t alone…

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New eye drops could take the place of reading glasses

An eye drop that improves close-range vision could make misplaced reading glasses less of an inconvenience for those who suffer from age-related deficits in near vision. Vuity, which became available by prescription in the US…

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Scientists Have Identified The Driving Force Behind Your Darkest Impulses

Psychologists call it the dark triad: an intersection of three of the most malevolent tendencies of human nature – psychopathy, narcissism, and Machiavellianism. But the truth goes deeper, and darker. There’s also egoism, sadism, spitefulness, and more. And behind…

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How To Live Longer: The Best Type Of Food For Weight Loss, Lower Blood Sugar And Cholesterol

Eating more high fibre foods is linked to a longer life, research finds. However, it has to be from unprocessed foods. Dietary fibres are indigestible carbohydrates as our body can’t break them down into sugar.…

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Mesothelioma Risk Factors

Mesothelioma is a cancerous disease that affects the lungs or abdomen. More often than not, people develop mesothelioma due to the carelessness and nonchalant, intentional behavior of an individual or organization.  You can file a…

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