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It's not all in your head.
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Half of parents reported being tipsy in front of their child.
Don't confuse the disorder with immaturity.
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The study tested snails but said similar results were possible in humans.
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The most important task in language learning, in my opinion, is the acquisition of vocabulary. If we have enough words, we can make sense of what we're reading or listening to and we can somehow express ourselves.
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We've seen them make messes, spill and chew up our treasured belongings, and we've put up with their unappeasable attitudes. We've also seen them greet us with as much joy as we can imagine. We hug them, even if some scientific studies suggest not to. Even the largest of dogs -- think small horses -- make the tiniest possible spots on our sofas into their spaces for cuddling us on our sofas.
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But you don't have to get rid of your feline friend.
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Don't freak out, dog lovers.
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There's a reason you like joking about death.
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We're not part of the largest and coolest postpartum depression (PPD) study ever announced yesterday, but we will be soon, says the study's lead researcher. Maybe. The study, administered through a smartphone app, has the potential to change our understanding of PPD on a genetic basis.
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They put processed meat into Group 1 -- "exposures known to be carcinogenic to humans." But categorization caused misunderstandings. The report simply put processed meat in the same category (Group 1) as cigarette smoking, but did not claim it was as dangerous as smoking.
At no other point in time has the beard looked so good. But a new study now warns that the more fashionable beards become, the less attractive they are to women. Researchers at the University of New...
New study identifies which youth are most at risk, researchers say (photo by Drome via Flickr) It used to be that the kids out in the bushes smoking marijuana were the trouble makers, but new research...
Ever wondered why your otherwise brilliant friends always seem to partner up with less-than-ideal mates? A new University of Toronto study could help explain why. One surprising finding was that those who feared being single seemed to recognize that they were making poor decisions about who to date.
Quite a lot of women are using the pullout method. So much so that the author of the NY mag article dubbed women in their 20s and 30s the "pullout generation." And if this is true, why aren't we talking about it more?
I am not surprised that new research suggests youth of 12 and 13 years old are most vulnerable to suicidal thoughts. I want all of you to think about your experience in grade 7 and 8. Think about the events that unfolded. The loss of a friend would be the loss of your world.
You've received your mid-term marks, and some of them just squeaked by. You have two choices: continue to see your school future flushing down the proverbial toilet, or make a new plan. Let's try Plan B, shall we? Here is how to build a last-ditch effort to save your exams and create better possibilities for the future.
TORONTO - Now that clocks have been set back an hour in most parts of Canada and it's dark before dinnertime, a new British study on kids' physical activity might strike a chord with parents here.A te...
People who are genetically predisposed to becoming obese can reduce their risk by being physically active, a review of studies suggests. Researchers analyzed more than 50 studies of people with the "f...
TORONTO - Arthritis has been called the invisible disease, but there's nothing imperceptible about its painful impact on patients' lives or the economic fallout for Canadian society. A new report by t...
Bilingualism may delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease, a brain scanning study suggests. The study by Canadian researchers in the journal Cortex offers the first physical evidence that speaking more...