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Instagram Is Terrible for Your Mental Health, Studies Find

Instagram Is Terrible for Your Mental Health, Studies Find

mag813 May 19, 2017 0

It’s hardly news that social media exacerbates mental health problems and generally makes everyone feel a little worse about themselves, but apparently some are worse than others. A new study conducted by the Young

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Don’t Feel Bad For ‘Netflix Spring Bingeing’

Don’t Feel Bad For ‘Netflix Spring Bingeing’

mag813 May 2, 2017 0

Call it Netflix’s spring binge. At the end of March, Netflix released the critically acclaimed “13 Reasons Why.” April featured new shows “Girl Boss” and “Bill Nye Saves the World,” while May’s lineup includes

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It’s National Pet Day! Here Are Some Studies That Prove Pets Are Good For Your Health

It’s National Pet Day! Here Are Some Studies That Prove Pets Are Good For Your Health

mag813 April 11, 2017 0

If you have pets you already know the joy and love they bring to your life. Now science is confirming just how good they really are for you — both mentally and physically. How

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New Study Finds Atheists Are Less Fearful of Death Than Most Religious People

New Study Finds Atheists Are Less Fearful of Death Than Most Religious People

mag813 March 26, 2017 0

One of the leading theories as to why people entertain religious belief is that it helps alleviate the fear of death. But a new systematic review of religious believers and non-believers that pulled data

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New Study Shows Yoga Combats Depression

New Study Shows Yoga Combats Depression

mag813 March 14, 2017 0

As it turns out, yoga can do a lot more than just decorate your Instagram feed. Findings from Boston University School of Medicine point to yoga as an alternative to pharmaceutical treatments for depression.

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Climate Change May Have Substantial Effects On Mental Health

Climate Change May Have Substantial Effects On Mental Health

mag813 February 18, 2017 0

Climate change may have surprising and wide-ranging effects on mental health, experts say. That’s because climate change is both a root cause of mental health crises and a “threat multiplier,” meaning that it makes

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