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How to control worrying (according to science)

There hasn't been a scientifically proven technique for reducing stress — until now.

The evolutionary advantage of the teenage brain

Research is showing that the behaviors of teenagers aren’t just there to annoy parents, they serve a real evolutionary purpose.

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Stress and resilience among Mexican-origin families in California

New research hopes to improve the health of more than 40 percent of the state's population.

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Preventing disease with the help of social media

Eleni Linos focuses on how technology influences our behaviors to make an impact on health.

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Understudied racial minority groups show alarmingly high rates of obesity and diabetes

A new study highlights major health problems affecting historically ignored racial groups.

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Is biology behind your political views?

How your body processes its fight or flight response may affect your opinion, a new study finds.

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‘Get Out’-inspired class gets students to dig into portrayals of race and fear

Jordan Peele stops by lecturer Tananarive Due's course on how depictions of blackness have shaped real-life prejudice.

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Sex, power and the systems that enable men like Harvey Weinstein

If we want to stop the predators among us, we have to look at how power corrupts.

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Social media can increase stress during a crisis

Official use of social media can be effective. The unverified rumor mill? Much less so.

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Human speech, jazz and whale song

Three wildly different samples show how much forms of communication have in common.

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