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Sleep On It

Finding the elusive answer to that problem you've been sweating on could be as simple as getting a good night's sleep...

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Stamp Out Stress

We might not be able to avoid stress but we can improve our capacity to deal with it.

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Attraction Of Marital Satisfaction

Marriage is beneficial to a woman's health - but only if the union is fulfilling.

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Take The Hard Road To Relaxation

People looking for a path to peace might like to try exercising - hard. Research has revealed that the most effective stress-soothing exercise is the kind that makes you sweat.

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Both Parents At Risk

Fathers are not immune to distressing thoughts following the birth of a baby, research has confirmed.

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Rise Earlier & Shine

If you have ever slept in and woken up grumpy, science may be able to explain your bleak mood.

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Brain Link To Immune System

Is the key to health in the brain? Research has shown that increased activity in a particular part of the brain may be linked to greater resistance to disease.

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Heart & Soul Health Nexus

Death from a broken heart is as old as Romeo if not as old as history. But can people with heart problems die of a broken soul?

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Don't Worry, Be Happy, Have Fewer Colds

People who are energetic, happy and relaxed are less likely to catch colds, a study has shown.

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Getting Physical Good For School Stress

High levels of school-related stress are associated with low levels of leisure time physical activity, Norwegian researchers have found.

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Blow Headaches Away

The next time you feel angry, take a deep breath or three. You might be able to prevent a headache.

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Less Anxiety, Lower Heart Risk

Healthy women may be at greater risk of heart disease if they are anxious or depressed, a study has shown.

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Fit For The Job?

Is there a link between job satisfaction and fitness? Research certainly suggests this may be the case. Flexibility, for instance, may be reflected in levels of absenteeism.

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Brain Explains Pain Differences

High-tech pictures of the brain have confirmed that sensitivity to pain varies from person to person.

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Post-Birth Strategies Needed

Could stress debriefings after childbirth help circumvent Post-Natal Depression?

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