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  1. Money-Minded Workers Slack on Interaction

    July 10, 2008 -- Money may make the world go round, as the song goes, by encouraging the type of hard work and resourcefulness that leads to economic success. But money might also put a strain on personal relationships, a new study shows. Most everyone agrees that having money is a good thing. What

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  2. Social Ties May Help Cut Dementia Risk

    June 20, 2008 -- Elderly women who maintain close friendships and strong family ties are less likely to develop dementia than women who are less sociable, according to new research funded by the National Institute on Aging. The latest findings, published in this week's American Journal of Public Hea

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  3. For Happiness, Seek Family, Not Fortune

    June 19, 2008 -- Money might buy happiness for some, but for most people having strong family ties is a much bigger predictor of contentment than income, a new study shows. When researchers analyzed data tracking married people over a decade, they found that while income did contribute to happiness

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  4. Teen Stress at Home Lingers in School

    May 15, 2008 -- A stressful situation at home can affect teenagers' performance at school for days, according to a new study. Researchers found the negative effects of stress at home linger and affect teenagers' academic performance at school for up to two days. Meanwhile, stress over grades and oth

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  5. High Self-Esteem Isn't Always Healthy

    April 28, 2008 -- A new study suggests that high self-esteem isn't necessarily healthy self-esteem because there are different types of high self-esteem. "There are many kinds of high self-esteem, and in this study we found that for those in which it is fragile and shallow it's no better than having

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  6. Get Perspective to Win Negotiations

    April 24, 2008 -- Taking on your opponent's perspective may give your negotiation skills a boost. But beware of taking it too far. Empathizing with your opponent may have the opposite effect. A new study suggests that perspective-taking, such as understanding and anticipating an opponent's interests

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  7. The Older You Are, the Happier You Get

    April 22, 2008 -- So much for the stereotype of the older adult as an isolated, sad hermit. Age and happiness may increase together, according to new research that suggests many older adults are very happy as well as socially active. The effects of older age on happiness are strong. Over a person's

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  8. Treated Unfairly? Here's Why You're Sore

    April 18, 2008 -- There's no escaping the fact that life isn't always fair, but that usually doesn't make unfair treatment any easier to accept. Now new brain imaging studies may help explain why. The research shows that being on the receiving end of fair treatment is rewarding, activating the same

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  9. Cut Stress by Anticipating Laughter?

    April 7, 2008 -- OK, take a deep breath. Now put your hand on your belly. Imagine your stomach jiggling, as if you are starting to laugh. You may have just taken a step toward reducing stress hormone levels. Researchers say merely anticipating a laugh can jump-start healthy changes in the body. The

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  10. Brain Can Learn Compassion via Meditation

    March 26, 2008 -- Practice may make perfect when it comes to kindness and compassion. A new study shows practicing kindness and compassion through regular meditation actually activates the brain and makes people more empathetic to others. It's the first study to use functional magnetic resonance ima

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