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Medical News Today: Could omega-3 supplements help reduce anxiety?

The first literature review and meta-analysis to investigate omega-3 supplements and anxiety concludes that they could benefit some people.
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Medical News Today: How perfectionism affects your (mental) health

Does this personality trait help us flourish and succeed, or can it hinder our happiness and harm our mental health? In this Spotlight, we explore.
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Medical News Today: Tourette’s syndrome: 400 genetic mutations found

New research sheds light on the possible genetic causes of Tourette's syndrome and the brain development disruptions that characterize the condition.
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Medical News Today: What’s the link between brain fog and rheumatoid arthritis?

Brain fog is a less well-known symptom of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). People with RA may have difficulty concentrating, or they may have memory problems. Learn about the link between RA and brain fog here.
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Medical News Today: What lies at the dark core of the human psyche?

At the bottom of all negative personality traits, there is the same driving factor, some researchers argue. A new study explains what this "dark core" is.
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Medical News Today: How does being busy affect your lifestyle choices?

New research has found that the busier a person is, the more likely they are to make better, more healthful choices, including diet, exercise, and money.
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Medical News Today: Hugs and kisses: The health impact of affective touch

Hugs, kisses, and other forms of affective touch have an important impact on our physical and psychological health. Read this Spotlight to find out more.
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Medical News Today: Research reveals four distinct personality clusters

Existing personality tests have long been criticized by experts as unreliable. New 'big data' research, however, reveals four solid personality clusters.
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Medical News Today: What do gut decisions reveal about us?

A new study compares the psychological effects of intuitive decisions based on the proverbial gut feeling with decisions made after careful deliberation.
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Medical News Today: Why do we really smile?

Smiling is often an unconscious reaction, but what does it indicate? Researchers from the United Kingdom tried to answer this question in a recent study.