Behavioral Health

Is big city living a bad idea for new mothers? 
Is big city living a bad idea for new mothers?
Urban moms are at a greater risk for developing postpartum depression, according to new research. Find out why.
Dating violence shockingly common among teens 
Dating violence shockingly common among teens
One in three teens will experience an abusive relationship in their lifetime, according to new research. Here’s what you need to know.
Your messy desk could spark brilliance 
Your messy desk could spark brilliance
New research says that how you keep your desk may show off your creativity.
How happiness affects your genes 
How happiness affects your genes
Find out why researchers say joy can have a positive or negative affect on your genes and your health.
Can caffeine really cut the risk of suicide? 
Can caffeine really cut the risk of suicide?
New research shows two to four cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of suicide risk by half.
Does consistent bonding with mom help babies feel more secure? 
Does consistent bonding with mom help babies feel more secure?
New research finds that babies thrive when they spend consistent time with one parent rather than splitting time between homes.
Thrill-seekers like their food hot and spicy 
Thrill-seekers like their food hot and spicy
Whether you like spicy foods or not, a new study says your taste buds can tell a lot about your personality.