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Narcissists Can Change (And Often Do), New Research Finds

Researchers have found that we generally get less narcissistic as we age.

Eliza Sullivan
18 hours ago

Blue Bottle Is Attempting To Ditch Disposable Coffee Cups & It Could Be Huge

They're also planning to swap single-use bags for reusable containers for coffee beans.

Eliza Sullivan
21 hours ago

You Need A Balanced Social Biome To Be Happy, Research Says

Balancing social interactions with time alone helps maintain a healthy social biome.

Abby Moore
2 days ago

New Law Requires All New York Hospitals To Offer Plant-Based Meal Options

Last Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into effect requiring all New York hospitals to offer plant-based meal options to their patients.

Christina Coughlin
2 days ago

Study Finds A Promising Form Of Therapy For Children With Autism

This intervention strategy has proved most effective in children with autism.

Abby Moore
2 days ago

Safety Signals Are An Easy, Scientifically Proven Way To Beat Anxiety

A new study has shown how we can use safety signals to our anxiety-combatting advantage.

Sarah Regan
2 days ago

Dollar General Set To Roll Out More Fresh Produce & Healthier Options

Dollar General plans to add fresh produce to more store in 2020.

Eliza Sullivan
5 days ago

BPA Is More Of A Problem Than We Thought — But You Can Still Avoid It

A new study found BPA levels in people might be a lot higher than we previously thought.

Sarah Regan
5 days ago

10 Great Gifts You Can Buy At Trader Joe's For The Foodie In Your Life

Trader Joe's has decked the halls (er, aisles) with plenty of holiday-inspired gifts.

Sarah Regan
5 days ago

Doctors Find A New Way To Detect Autism Before Symptoms Appear

When dealing with autism spectrum disorder, early intervention is crucial.

Christina Coughlin
6 days ago

This Simple Practice Shows Promise In Study To Lower Blood Pressure

A study by Brown University has found adopting a mindfulness practice led to significantly lower blood pressure in the study participants.

Sarah Regan
6 days ago