Archive for August, 2013

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ScienceDaily: Relationship News
Lesbian and gay young people in England twice as likely to smoke and drink alcohol
Young people who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual are twice as likely to have smoked than their heterosexual peers, according to new research. Lesbian and gay young people were also more likely to drink alcohol frequently and more hazardously.

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ScienceDaily: Relationship News
Intensity of Facebook use can be predicted by reward-related activity in the brain
Neuroscientists have shown a link between reward activity in the brain due to discovering one has a good reputation and social media use.

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ScienceDaily: Relationship News
Men feel worse about themselves when female partners succeed
Deep down, men may not bask in the glory of their successful wives or girlfriends. While this is not true of women, men’s subconscious self-esteem may be bruised when their spouse or girlfriend excels, says a new study.

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ScienceDaily: Bipolar Disorder News
Divorce elevates risk for depression, but only for some people
Divorce is associated with an increased risk of future depressive episodes but only for those who already have a history of depression, according to a new study.

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ScienceDaily: Spirituality News
Mindfulness training can help reduce teacher stress and burnout
Teachers who practice “mindfulness” are better able to reduce their own levels of stress and prevent burnout, according to a new study.

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ScienceDaily: Relationship News
Engaging in a brief cultural activity can reduce implicit prejudice
A small cue of social connection to someone from another group — such as a shared interest — can help reduce prejudice immediately and up to six months later, according to new research.

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ScienceDaily: Relationship News
More siblings means less chance of divorce as adult
Growing up with siblings may provide some protection against divorce as an adult, a new nationwide study reveals.

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