Archives for March, 2008 - Page 2

Anxiety

The Stress of Cancer

When a couple is dealing with cancer, the partner without the malignancy may, as a function of their distress, suppress the well-being of either person. A study of 168...
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Brain and Behavior

How Women Choose Partners

Although a women’s preference for a partner is believed to be influenced by the kind of relationship they are seeking, a new study finds another factor may actually determine...
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Brain and Behavior

Money Spent for Happiness

New research suggests that it is possible to buy happiness after all: when you spend money on others. In a series of studies, University of British Columbia Professor Elizabeth...
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Brain and Behavior

Parkinson’s Familial Link

Researchers have discovered a gene that could hold the key to developing new treatments for Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s is a progressive and often debilitating movement disorder that affects as...
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