People who exercise alongside depression treatment may experience greater benefits than standard treatment alone.
Social policies that strengthen economic security for low-income families may reduce reports of child neglect and improve child well-being.
Patients with depression who are more physically active are able to cope better with daily home chores than those who are less active.
People that spent money on others had reductions in blood pressure similar to effects of medication, exercise, or diet change.
People who kept their cameras on in virtual work meetings experienced more fatigue, which decreased their ability to stay engaged and voice their ideas. This negative impact was worse for women and newer employees.
Black Americans are 11 times more likely to be arrested by age 20 if they've had an encounter with law enforcement by the age of 14 regardless of whether the initial encounter involved an arrest.
Dancing with music once a week may reduce motor and mental health symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease.
Reading social media posts in a more emotional state of mind can make people more likely to believe untrue news posts.