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The late effects of stress: New insights into how the brain responds to trauma
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National study documents value of family-provided medical care for children
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Both partners should be impulsive, not only one of them.
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There are not enough studies to back this claim however.
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Teens can engage in more sexually risk behaviors if they are exposed to rap music with sexually explicit lyrics.
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Can heroin addiction be kicked to the curb virtually?
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Those who constantly post about their relationship may be afraid of being left by their partners.
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"Inside Out" Director Pete Docter gave some attention to young teen's mental and emotional health on his acceptance speech at the Oscars. The film won the Best Animated Feature Film.
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The prevalence of HPV infections among American teenage girls dropped by two-thirds but the number of teens getting vaccinated remain low.
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The vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV) appears to be more effective than previously thought. It has already reduced the prevalence in teen girls by 64 percent, according to a government report.
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A new study asserts that compared to college students who only drink occasionally, those who practice binge drinking can end up with high blood pressure. High BP is linked to a host of other scary, dangerous and fatal diseases.
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