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3 Subtle Mistakes People Make While Dating (Hint: It's All About Authenticity)

Trying to seem more attractive to potential dates might actually be sinking your chances.

Kelly Gonsalves
10 hours ago

Having This Personality Trait Can Determine How Often You Exercise

Who knew the planner and the gym rat could have so much in common? 

Jamie Schneider
16 hours ago

Can Your Gut Bacteria Help You Gain Muscle Strength?

A new study suggests the gut microbiome has a role in mechanisms related to muscle strength.

Leaky Gut? You May Need More Sleep, Study Finds

Ever wondered why you felt especially nauseated while experiencing jet lag?

Jamie Schneider
2 days ago

Sitting Too Much Can Change The Shape Of Your Heart, According To Science

New study shows that physical activity level—whether it be endurance running or sitting too much—can change the shape of your heart.

This Is When Most Couples Say 'I Love You' For The First Time

When is the right time to first say "I love you" in a relationship? 

Kelly Gonsalves
3 days ago

This Helps Combat The Negative Effects Of Childhood Trauma

New study shows that positive childhood experiences, like having regular meals or good neighbors, have the potential to negate harmful health effects...

Can Drinking Tea Improve Your Brain Structure? Science Says Yes

A new study, published in Aging, showed that regular tea drinkers have better-organized brain regions compared to non-tea drinkers.

Can Estrogen Help Promote Brain Repair?

A new study draws connections between brain repair, blood sugar, and the female sex hormone estrogen.

How Many Hours Of Social Media Will Harm A Teenager's Mental Health?

New study shows that three hours of social media a day is linked with the highest levels of internalizing behaviors.

Napping *This* Much May Help You Fend Off Heart Disease

A new study, published in Heart, shows that occasional napping is associated with a decreased risk of heart disease.

New Study Explains Why Weight Loss Gets Harder As You Age

A new study published in Nature Medicine explains why weight loss becomes harder as you age.

There's An Unexpected Side Effect Of Wildfires, According To A New Study

New study shows wildfires produce particles, called tarballs, that contribute to climate change.

Could 'Tiny Fat Bubbles' Be The Key To Solving Autoimmune Disease?

New study shows that liposomes, or "tiny fat bubbles," could help reset the immune system to prevent and treat autoimmune disease.