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    May 4, 2012 -- Multitasking may hurt our performance, but we do it anyway both out of habit and because it makes us feel good, a new study reports. These feel-good benefits may help explain why we keep doing several things at the same time, even though other research has suggested this juggling act

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    April 25, 2012 -- For the 11th year in a row, Maine is the most peaceful state in America, according to the 2012 United States Peace Index report. The report, produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace in Washington, D.C., also named Louisiana as the country's least peaceful state. It has hel

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  3. Our DNA May Help Decide How Nice We Are

    April 12, 2012 -- Are nice people born that way? Partly, a new study suggests, but genes don't tell the whole story. The new research adds to the evidence linking specific genes to kindness and generosity, but these traits were also influenced by views about whether the world was a threatening or no

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  4. Is Tax Day Dangerous for Drivers?

    April 10, 2012 -- Death and taxes may be more closely related than you think. A new study links the income tax deadline day to a rise in fatal motor vehicle crashes. So on tax day -- this year, April 17 -- make sure you buckle up, don't speed, and don't drive if you're tired, distracted, or have bee

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    Feb. 27, 2012 -- People who consider themselves upper class may not always act all that classy, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In seven different experiments, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Toronto demons

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  7. Grief May Boost Heart Attack Risk

    Jan. 9, 2012 -- Losing a loved one may break your heart in more ways than one. A person who is mourning the death of someone close is at greater risk of suffering a heart attack in the days immediately following the loss and for up to a month afterward, a new study shows. The researchers say it's th

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  8. Happiness Declining Among Twitter Users

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  9. Contagious Yawns May Show Social Bonds

    Dec. 8, 2011 -- Yawns may be contagious for good reason. A new study suggests that yawning after someone else yawns may be a sign of social empathy and emotional bonds between family and friends. Researchers found that people are more likely to respond to a yawn with another yawn if the other person

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  10. Weight Gain, Need to Be Nice Are Holiday Season Gripes

    Dec. 2, 2011 -- Many Americans have a grinch-like attitude toward being nice around the holidays, finds a new survey by Consumer Reports. In the poll, "having to be nice" ranked among the top 10 things people dread this time of year. Worries about weight gain also ranked in the top 10. The seasonal

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