Too Much TV And Video Games: Boys Are More Likely To Suffer Behavioral Problems Than Girls
There is a link between too much TV or video games and mental health, specifically for boys, new study shows. Girls, however, were not affected by screen time as boys.
‘Emotional Hangover' Is Real And It Affects Your Memory
Your emotional experiences can enhance your memory, a new study finds. The emotional brain states persist in your brain even for a long time.
Replaying An Argument In Your Head Could Help Reduce Depression
Psychologists believe that people who are able to train themselves to review details of emotional issues in their heads are less likely to be depressed. People who are able to think about the specific sensory details of how an argument unfolded are "emotionally resilient."
Alarming Sucide Rate: 27 Percent Of Medical School Students Are Depressed And Suicidal, New Study Shows
Medical school can be a pressure cooker, it's no wonder that students from medschool are stressed. However, a recent study, which looked at data around the world, shows that the level of stress and anxiety of future doctors make them depressed and suicidal.
Being A Victim Of Bullying May Lead To Obesity Regardless Of Genes, Study Finds
How Can Obesity Be Blamed For Being A Victim Of Bullying? Are There Underlying Reasons? Find Out What Does Experts Have To Say