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Study: Eating Hot Chili Peppers May Help You Live LongerIf hot chili peppers are your thing you might be ahead of the curve when it its come life expectancy, a new study suggests.
Scientists May Have Figured Out How Stress And Heart Attacks Are LinkedActivity in the amygdala, a region of the brain associated with fear and stress, can predict your risk for heart disease and stroke, according to a study.
Pew Survey: Officers More Reluctant To Use Force, Make StopsThree-quarters of officers surveyed said they are hesitant to use force, even when appropriate, and are less willing to stop and question suspicious people.
Revenge Is Sweet: Researchers Say It Can Be A Mood BoosterThe study found that feeling ostracized can lead to general aggression, and can even make a person lash out at people not connected to the situation.
Weekend Physical Activity Could Be Saving Your LifeNew research suggests those who workout only two sessions a week are lowing their risk of dying over the next decade, compared to those who exercise more often.
'F-Bomb' Used Roughly 2.6 Million Times A Day Online In 2016: StudyThe “f-word” was used nearly a billion times online in 2016, a new study has found.
Study: Holiday Weight Gain Sticks Around Until Summer MonthsResearchers say while up to half of holiday weight gain is lost shortly after the holidays, half of the weight gain remains for over six months.
Study: Chubby Babies On The DeclineThe report is in Tuesdays' edition of Pediatrics.
That College Degree May Come With Some Weight Gain, Study FindsResearchers say the study highlights the need for weight control interventions to target more than just freshman college students.
Study: More Than A Quarter Of Medical Students Are Depressed, SuicidalThe analysis reviewed nearly 200 studies involving more than 129,000 students in 47 countries.
Study: Late Nights Could Be Doing More Harm To Kids Than You ThinkResearchers at the University Hospital of Zurich suggest that sleep deprivation is affecting children's brains differently than adults'.
Dementia Rate Declines But Aging America May Halt The TrendNew research documents another decline in dementia rates.

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