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    Cancer is one of the most feared words in the English language. A word that, as one cancer patient put it, is thought of by everybody in "capital letters." "There are an enormous amount of reactions and emotions associated with having cancer," says Timothy C. Birdsall, ND, vice president of integrat

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  2. Distressed? Not So Much in Hawaii

    April 14, 2009 -- It's rarer to have string of stressed-out days in Hawaii than in any other state, a new study shows. The study, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, is based on about 2.4 million U.S. adults who participated in CDC surveys from 1993 to 2001 and 2003 to 2006. Pa

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    J.J. Newberry was a trained federal agent, skilled in the art of deception detection. So when a witness to a shooting sat in front of him and tried to tell him that when she heard gunshots she didn't look, she just ran -- he knew she was lying. How did Newberry reach this conclusion? The answer is b

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  4. Utah Tops Survey of Well-Being in U.S.

    March 11, 2009 -- No wonder Gallup's pollsters rank Utah No. 1 in the nation in terms of its residents' feelings of well-being. They must talk to lots of people like George W. Marlow. "It's beautiful," says Marlow, 60, a transplant from Georgia. "It's easy to be physically fit. The people are real f

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  5. Do Dreams Reveal Hidden Truths?

    Feb. 19, 2009 -- Everybody dreams, but just what do our dreams mean? From Socrates and Descartes to Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, history's best-known philosophers and psychoanalysts have weighed in on the subject. Are dreams, as Freud and Jung believed, a window into our unconscious selves, or merel

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  6. What You Can Learn When You Stop Fearing Change

    By Kristyn Kusek Lewis From layoffs to security threats, we live in a crazy and scary world. You could just pray for calmer times — or learn to love the occasionally wild ride. Life, as you may have noticed, is one great big roller-coaster ride. From job changes (planned or not) to turn-your-world-u

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  7. Healthy Living: 8 Steps to Take Today

    Healthy living is within your reach, starting today. Sure, healthy living is a long-term commitment, not a flash-in-the-pan fad. But there are steps you can take right now that will make today healthier than yesterday and pave the way for healthy living tomorrow, too. Here's your checklist of practi

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  8. 'Concrete' Ways to Beat Procrastination

    Jan. 15, 2009 -- Go ahead, do it. Don't wait. It won't get easier. There won't be a better time. So start. Right now. Just stop procrastinating, already! Chances are you've given yourself such admonitions many times, and chances are also good you will again, concludes an international team of psycho

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  9. Why You’re Not Happy

    Happiness can be a paradox: The more you reach for it, the more it seems to slip through your fingers. “Ask yourself if you’re happy, and you cease to be so,” says Darrin McMahon, PhD, author of Happiness: A History. How could this be true? Could it be you’re looking for happiness in all the wrong p

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  10. Pets Comfort College Students

    Dec. 26, 2008 -- Pets may be a source of stress relief, as well as companionship, for college students, a new study shows. The study included 241 students, mainly freshmen, at a commuter college in the Midwest. About 100 adults age 30 and older in the same area, but not affiliated with the college,

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