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Lack of Sleep Linked to Psychological Problems in Obese Individuals

Researchers highlight the importance of a consistent sleeping schedule in order to remain physically and psychologically healthy.

Your Night Light May Affect Your Mood, Says Study

Total darkness or a dim red light at night may ward off depression.

Hot Weather May Cause Hotter Heads, Study Says

It's important to learn how to cool down and back off, especially during warmer days.

Taking Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Improves Energy Levels, Study Says

An additional boost from supplements could go a long way in keeping you up and running during the day.

Stressed Mothers May Give Birth to Children with Mood Disorders, Study Says

Expectant women should do their best to stay calm and happy not just for their sakes, but for their children as well.

Binging and Unhealthy Eating May Make You Grumpier

Indulging in a tub of ice cream after a bad day may make you feel worse.

Call Me Moody: 5 Ways to Deal with an Emotional Tween

How do you approach your tween when she doesn't want to talk to anyone?

Study Shows Diabetes May Cause Mood Swings

Consult your doctor if you experience this regularly, a diabetes expert suggests.

Can't Focus? New Study Suggests Drinking a Glass of Water Can Help

Research shows that even very mild dehydration can make you irritable and unable to concentrate.

Understand Your Man's Body Clock to Predict His Moods

Research shows that women aren't the only ones who are affected by hormones, but men experience highs and lows at particular times of the day.

Addict Alert: 5 Signs Your Loved One Could Be Abusing Drugs

Find out how you can tell if your loved one is a drug abuser with these signs.