|Sleep and Technology Don't Mix: Sleep Poll
Devices meant to make life easier and more entertaining are often making us sleepier, according to the latest poll by the National Sleep Foundation.
|Body Language Reveals ‘Empathy Gene’
A new study suggests empathetic body language and behavior are linked to a genetic variation associated with sociability.
|Stress Makes Teen Acne Worse
Stress Makes Teen Acne Worse Study Shows Acne More Severe in Teens During Times of High Stress WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from...
|Vitamin D May Ease Painful Periods
Vitamin D May Ease Painful Periods Women Given Large Oral Dose Able to Skip Painkillers, but Approach Needs More Study WebMD Medical News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Laura J....
|‘Idealizing’ Your Spouse Makes an Ideal Marriage
According to a new study, people who idealized their partners when they got married -- and saw primarily only their good qualities -- were more likely to still be happy with their mate three years later.
|Where Do the Most Active People Live?
People in the South and the Appalachian region are the least likely of all Americans to be physically active in their leisure time, the CDC says in a new report.
|You Can Hide Your Lying Eyes
You Can Hide Your Lying Eyes Eye Movements Don't Betray Liars, Study Finds WebMD Medical News By Daniel J. DeNoon Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD More from WebMD Value of...
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|Red Raiders Fall To OSU in Big 12 Tourney Opener
80-62 defeat sends Texas Tech to a 14 and 18 record.
|Combination Therapy Needed to Fight Chronic Pain
Combination Therapy Needed to Fight Chronic Pain Researchers Say Effective Pain Relief Must Combine Drugs, Physical Therapy, and Lifestyle Change WebMD Medical News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura J....