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  • May 22, 2022

Heightened religiosity is associated with reduced sexual satisfaction among committed couples, according to new research

According to new research Journal of Family Psychology there is an important exception: Religious individuals who believe their sexual relationship with their partner is sacred tend to have higher sexual satisfaction. “It seems there are as…

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Many people who have suffered narcissistic abuse at the hands of a mate have a very difficult time explaining their situation

Many people who have suffered narcissistic abuse at the hands of a mate have a very difficult time explaining their situation to people who have never experienced anything like it. They are usually asked some…

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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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Stress causes the release of steroid hormones which leads to low testosterone levels and decreased sperm production.

What you need to know:Stress can lower the quality of sperm, which affects fertility in both men and women.Stress causes the release of steroid hormones which leads to low testosterone levels and decreased sperm production.As…

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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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The wolf cat — how this bizarre, adorable cat came to be

It’s a relatively new type of breed — and a pretty unusual one as well. In May 2021, a cat owner reported to the vet with what she thought was a very sick kitten. The…

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Patients with depression show increases in neuroplasticity and fewer clinical symptoms after a physical activity intervention

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology offers insight into the antidepressant effects of physical exercise. The researchers found that patients with major depressive disorder who participated in a physical activity intervention showed increased neuroplasticity that coincided…

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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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How COVID Is Changing the Study of Human Behavior

In scientificamerican.com published an article in which discussion about that: The pandemic is teaching us key lessons about how people respond to crisis and misinformation, and it is spurring changes in the way scientists study…

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