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27 NOV 12
Sadness May Make You Spend More, Says Study
BY Charlene J. Owen Here's another reason why it's important to turn that frown upside down.
22 JUL 12
5 Telltale Signs of Depression
BY Belle Yambao Worried a friend or loved one could be depressed? Here are 5 symptoms to watch for.
16 JUL 12
Watching Sad Movies May Help You Develop Deeper Empathy
BY Jennifer Chan After a tragic tearjerker, you'll be seeing the world with new eyes.
30 MAY 12
Study Shows It's Hard to Read Your Partner's Emotions during an Argument
BY Jennifer Chan When you're fighting with your man, how well can you tell what he's really feeling besides anger?
21 OCT 11
New Study: Kids with the Gloom Gene Happier with Effective Parenting
BY Belle Yambao Research shows kids with moody temperaments can improve in a positive environment.
18 AUG 11
New Study: Crying Doesn't Make You Feel Better
We always tell our friends, "Cry it out.." But research shows this may not be the emotional purge we think it is.
17 SEP 10
New Study: Research Shows Happiness and Sadness Are Infectious + 10 Small Ways to Spread Joy
BY Carol Bustos-Santiago Recent studies show that emotions are highly infectious. Here are simple things you can do to bring positive vibes to those around you.
09 JUN 10
New Study: Happiness Comes With Age, 12 Reasons Not to Fear Getting Older
BY Stephanie Castillo A new survey reveals that people’s level of happiness increases as they get older--see what these women have to say about it.
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