UC Riverside worry

Worry — it does the body (and mind) good?

A new paper shows the power of worrying.

alcohol abuse UCSF

The hormone oxytocin is being tested for treatment of PTSD and alcohol abuse

Military personnel, who suffer these afflictions at a greater rate, may finally get some relief.

Dalai Lama app UCSF

When the Dalai Lama asks you to make an app...

Inspired by her work with the spiritual leader, Eve Ekman has created an app to help health care workers avoid burnout.

Goldman Mellor UC Merced

Researcher tracking teens who attempted suicide

New grant will support study of long-term outcomes to help them live healthier, happier lives.

UCLA taxes

Why you may be paying more income tax than you should

The standard deduction's simplicity helps you — and the government, which collects as much as $200B in extra revenue.

UC San Diego are the rich selfish?

Are the rich more selfish than the rest of us?

Sure, the wealthy donate less often to charity, but are their moral values that different? New research has an answer.

UC Berkeley deep sleep aging

Deep sleep may act as a fountain of youth

The real thing (not pill-induced sedation) can ward off mental and physical ailments.

UC San Diego mice study prozac depression

Better than Prozac?

A mouse study identifies a new method for treating depression.

UC Davis relationship research

What your exes have in common

Yes, you have a type. But where does it come from?

UC Riverside language learning

What does that sentence say?

Adult learners of a second language can process grammar much like a native, study shows.

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