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Study suggests making, breaking eye contact makes conversation more engaging

Sep 11, 2021
According to the findings of a new Dartmouth study, when two people are having a conversation, eye contact occurs during moments of "shared attention" when both people are engaged, with their pupils dilating in synchrony as a result.

Workplace bias suppression can be difficult to sustain, study shows

Sep 9, 2021
Decision-making that overrides one's personal views and self-interests, also known as bias suppression, is often touted as an essential institutional objective.

Study finds high-fat diet disturbs body clock

Sep 7, 2021
A new study has found that when rats are fed a high-fat diet, this disturbs the body clock in their brain that normally controls satiety, leading to over-eating and obesity.

Risk of further illness can be reduced by telemedicine appointments

Sep 5, 2021
Telemedicine appointments combined with in-person visits significantly reduce the risk of further illness for children with medically complex cases, according to the results of a new study.

Study finds gut and heart signals affect how we feel about our appearance

Sep 4, 2021
A new study is the first to investigate and identify the association between body image and the brain's processing of internal signals that occur unconsciously.

Jennifer Aniston could launch her beauty brand soon

Sep 3, 2021
Mark your calendars as actor Jennifer Aniston might be launching her very own beauty line in just a few days.

New Asian American bakeries find bicultural sweet spot

Aug 28, 2021
For some Asian Americans, the dim sum cookie at Sunday Bakeshop here will taste like childhood.

Study highlights potential for healthy life after heart attack

Aug 27, 2021
According to the findings of a new study, adherence to lifestyle advice and medications could add seven healthy years of life after a heart attack.

Regular physical exercise modulates iron metabolism in Alzheimer's disease patients: Study

Aug 22, 2021
A recent study helped to better understand why regular exercise is beneficial in Alzheimer's disease.

Patients with chronic conditions benefit from reading medical appointment notes

Aug 19, 2021
A new study has assessed how patients with multiple chronic conditions perceived the benefits and risks of the increased transparency offered by open visit notes




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