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  1. Do Men Really Hate Shopping? NPR/Marist Poll Tells Otherwise

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    If You Make a Bad First Impression — You Actually Can Recover

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    Stop Dwelling So Much on Happiness — You're Missing the Point

  4. Science Says Doing This One Thing Will Make Your Kids Much Smarter

  5. This Bad Habit Could Be Making You a Lot Lonelier

  6. Thought $75,000 was the key to happiness? That may not be quite right

  7. If You're Stressed About Your Partner Cheating, Here’s What to Look For

  8. Here's Why Team Sports Can Help You Live Longer, According to Science

  9. Survey Finds More Than Half of Employees Take Super Short Lunch Breaks

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    According to Science, This 32-Minute Morning Routine Is the Best Way to Start Your Day

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    How You Say Goodbye Is More Important Than How You Say Hello

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    Richard Branson Uses This 400,000-Year-Old Practice to Unleash His Best Ideas

  13. According to a New Study, Taking a Vacation Can Add Years to Your Life

  14. According to a New Study, More Than Half of Americans Don't Take Lunch Breaks

  15. Women at Work Are Becoming "Intentionally Invisible," According to a Harvard Study

  16. The Surprising Way Watching "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" Could Hurt Your Kids

  17. There's a Surprising Connection Between Trauma and Chronic Pain

  18. An academic coach is a trained professional whose role is to help students

  19. Studying Hacks Guaranteed To Get You Straight A's

  20. The National Sleep Epidemic Is Getting More Serious – and More Dangerous, New Research Finds

  21. Millennials Say They Need To Make This Much to Feel Happy

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    I Burned Out During My First Semester of College

  23. To Be a Good Leader, Start as a Follower, Study Finds

  24. Science Proves We Aren't Very Good at Choosing the Healthiest Partner for Us