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New research finds that “marital hostility is at its highest when blood sugar is at its lowest,” according to an article in USA Today. To measure aggressiveness the husband and wife of 107 married couples were given a voodoo doll and 51 pins....
The Los Angeles Times reports on a new study in Psychological Science that explains that impulsiveness and procrastination may not only be tied to each other, but also to genetics. Researchers looked at 347 same-sex twins — 181 of them were...
CBS News reports that though many believe that people become fat because they are lazy, it may be that people become lazy because of unhealthy eating habits. In a study published in Physiology and Behavior, researchers divided rats into two groups where...