How To Make Milk Last For Weeks And Weeks

How To Make Milk Last For Weeks And WeeksA rapid heating and cooling of milk significantly reduces the amount of harmful bacteria, extending its shelf life by several weeks.

What Science Knows About The Cure For HIV

What Science Knows About The Cure For HIVAntiretroviral therapy has revolutionised the lives of people living with HIV. In many countries, the life expectancy for someone living with the virus is now almost the same as someone who isn’t infected.

Delirium May Raise Risk Of Dying In Nursing Homes

A new analysis of the medical records of more than 5.5 million older adults admitted to nursing homes between 2011 and 2014 shows that those with delirium face an increased risk of death. They’re also more likely to be readmitted to the hospital.

How To Get More Sleep While Raising Children With ADHD

How To Get More Sleep While Raising Children With ADHDRaising a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be difficult. Some days feel long and the respite of a peaceful night, so rejuvenating for many, may not come at all

Myths About Gout Are Hampering Its Treatment

Myths About Gout Are Hampering Its TreatmentThe prevalence of gout is increasing worldwide. It has become the most common cause of inflammatory arthritis in men, and its prevalence in postmenopausal women continues to rise. This increase is due to changes in diet and lifestyle, increased use of certain diuretics and increasing obesity.

6 Things To Consider When Looking For A Home For Dementia Care

6 Things To Consider When Looking For A Home For Dementia CareAdmitting a loved one to a nursing home is a difficult decision and is usually only arrived at once the person’s care needs cannot be met by the family and community-based services. Dementia has profound consequences for the quality of life for those with the condition, their family and friends.

What Science Can Tell Us About Aging And Strength

What Science Can Tell Us About Aging And StrengthSometimes, older men seem to possess incredible strength for their age. People call it “old man strength”. But is it an actual phenomenon? Do older guys really retain their strength? Or even get stronger?

London's Great Smog Offers Clues To Asthma's Cause

London's Great Smog Offers Clues To Asthma's CauseAsthma is a chronic respiratory condition with no known cure. It impacts people of all ages through episodic constrictions of the airways, which may be even worse than it sounds.

10 Facts About The Chicken And The Egg Down Under

10 Facts About The Chicken And The Egg Down UnderWhen I am asked by friends what I do for living, I tend to raise eyebrows because my job is somewhat odd to many city people. That’s because I’m a poultry nutritionist.

A Salt On The Senses

A Salt On The SensesWhen we say “salt”, we usually mean the stuff we sprinkle on our chips, which is sodium chloride (NaCl). But, technically speaking, this is just one example of a salt.

Simple Hearing Test May Predict Autism Risk

Simple Hearing Test May Predict Autism RiskScientists have identified an inner ear deficiency in children with autism that may affect their ability to recognize speech. The finding suggests that a hearing test could one day be used identify children at risk for the disorder at an early age.

Should We Be Routinely Screened For Melanoma?

Should We Be Routinely Screened For Melanoma?The United States Preventive Services Task Force has released a report saying there isn’t enough evidence to recommend that clinicians perform visual screening for melanomas for patients with no known risk for the skin cancer.

Eat and Run: 8 Tips on Eating for Fitness and Health

Eat and Run: 8 Tips on Eating for Fitness and HealthBeginning exerciser to triathlete, we know that exercise does us good. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends a fitness program combining cardio and strength training. But what you eat is just as important...

7 Tips to Relieve Information Overload During a Hospital Stay

7 Tips to Relieve Information Overload During a Hospital StayAnyone admitted to a hospital faces stress and anxiety, often in tandem with pain and trauma. Add into this mix a bombardment of information and instructions from a sea of strangers, and it's easy to become overwhelmed. How can patients and their loved ones keep track of everything they need to know?

Can A Stem Cell Gene Called Nanog Reverse Aging?

Can A Stem Cell Gene Called Nanog Reverse Aging?In a series of experiments, an embryonic stem cell gene kicked into action dormant cellular processes that are key to preventing weak bones, clogged arteries, and other telltale signs of growing old.

Will Kids Grow Out Of Childhood Asthma?

Will Kids Grow Out Of Childhood Asthma?When a child is diagnosed with asthma, parents usually have a number of questions. How serious is asthma? Will the child grow out of it?

Metastatic Prostate Cancer Is Up 72% In 10 Years

Metastatic Prostate Cancer Is Up 72% In 10 YearsThe number of new cases of metastatic prostate cancer climbed 72 percent from 2004 to 2013, but it’s unclear whether the rise is due to a recent trend of fewer screenings, the disease becoming more aggressive, or both.

Does Drinking Hot Tea In Summer Really Cool You Down?

Does Drinking Hot Tea In Summer Really Cool You Down?I remember as a child, on the rare warm days that we used to get in Britain, my grandmother telling me to “have a cup of black tea … it will help cool you down”. As a seven-year-old, this seemed like a crazy idea, especially when all I wanted was a cold lemonade and another ice cream.

Why Do You Feel Like You're Falling When You Go To Sleep?

Why Do You Feel Like You're Falling When You Go To Sleep?

It should be one of the most relaxing times of the day. You climb into bed, get comfortable and cosy, start to feel your brain slowing down … and then suddenly you experience a shocking falling sensation.

Why Smart Drugs Can Make You Less Clever

Why Smart Drugs Can Make You Less CleverIt is an open secret: while athletes dope their bodies, regular office workers dope their brains. They buy prescription drugs such as Ritalin or Provigil on the internet’s flourishing black market to boost their cognitive performance.

The Allure And Dangers Of Superfoods

The Allure And Dangers Of SuperfoodsSuperfoods are everywhere these days. Once found only in niche health food shops, displays of “exotic” superfoods like açai from the Brazilian Amazon and maca from the Peruvian Andes now appear in supermarket chains, chemists, and convenience stores.

What Your Pee And Poo Color Says About Your Health

What Your Pee And Poo Color Says About Your HealthOut of the blue, I passed bright red pee. I freaked, thinking it was a sign of terminal disease. Then I remembered the roasted beetroot tarts served at the party the night before – so delicious I’d eaten three!

Can Menopause Really Be Reversed?

Can Menopause Really Be Reversed?Scientists in Greece claimed recently to have reversed the menopause. They did this by injecting blood plasma that contains platelets into the ovaries of eight women who had not menstruated for around five months in order to stimulate ovarian regeneration.

How A Varied Diet Can Prevent Diabetes

How A Varied Diet Can Prevent DiabetesIn a study of over 25,000 adults with detailed information about their eating habits, people with a greater diversity of foods in their diet showed a 30% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes over a ten-year period.

Tapering Off Prescription Opioids: 7 Tips for Success

Tapering Off Prescription Opioids: 7 Tips for SuccessIf you take prescription opioids, you may have experienced withdrawal symptoms at some point—perhaps when you forgot to take a scheduled dose of medication. Opioid withdrawal is highly unpleasant. If you experience withdrawal symptoms, this does not meant that you cannot get off opioids...

The Norovirus Sickens Almost 700 Million People A Year

The Norovirus Sickens Almost 700 Million People A Year"It doesn't matter how old you are or if you're in a wealthy country or a poorer one or if you've had it before—you can get it again," says Sarah M. Bartsch. "And it is really unpleasant. But if we don't focus on norovirus and teach people how to prevent it, little headway will be made to combat it."

Do Women's Periods Really Synch When They Spend Time Together?

Do Women's Periods Really Synch When They Spend Time Together?It is a popular belief that women who live together synchronise their menstrual cycles, and that it’s mediated by their pheromones – the airborne molecules that enable members of the same species to communicate non-verbally.

The Positive Benefits of Sunlight

The Positive Benefits of SunlightEver since I was a child, I chased the sun. I was ecstatic in the summer and miserable in the winter. My parents would have to chase after me to wear a hat and long sleeves because I wouldn’t think about sunburns or skin cancer at all, all I could think about was JOY.

Just Like Mama Used To Make? Not So Fast!

Just Like Mama Used To Make? Not So Fast!Many of us have experienced intense cravings for dishes our moms or dads used to cook. Indeed, it would make sense that our parents' cooking forever shapes our food preferences.

Why The Health Threat From Asbestos Is Not A Thing Of The Past

Why The Health Threat From Asbestos Is Not A Thing Of The Past “Calais Jungle Camp littered with asbestos”; “Buckingham Palace could be vacated to remove asbestos”; “Safety concerns for refugees and workers as Nauru asbestos removal programme kicks off”.

Does Drinking Really Make You Happy?

Does Drinking Really Make You Happy?For those of us that partake, drinking alcohol is often seen as a balancing act that weighs up the pleasures of drinking against the pains. Government regulation is often seen the same way, weighing the benefits of pleasure and freedom of the individual on one hand against the cost of crime and health harms on the other

The Battle For Yoga's Soul

The Battle For Yoga's SoulYoga has offered the Indian state unprecedented opportunities for global, media-savvy political performance. In recent years, the nation has made international headlines by creating a national ministry for yoga.

Asthma Attacks Are Spiking Near Big Fracking Sites

Asthma Attacks Are Spiking Near Big Fracking SitesAsthma patients who live near major Pennsylvania fracking sites are as much as four times more likely to suffer attacks than those farther away, a new study shows.

Is Caffeine Actually Bad For Kids?

Is Caffeine Actually Bad For Kids?A recent article in The Guardian said coffee stunting kids' growth is just a myth promoted by 19th-century manufacturers of a coffee substitute. So does this mean the long-thought wisdom that coffee is bad for kids is a lie?

Which Fruits Are Healthier, And In What Form?

Which Fruits Are Healthier, And In What Form?Most of us know eating fruit daily is a great way to try to stay healthy, with the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating encouraging us to eat two serves a day.

What's Behind The Global Rise In Short-sightedness?

What's Behind The Global Rise In Short-sightedness?Over the last century, myopia (short-sightedness) has risen to epidemic proportions. In South-East Asia nearly 90% of school leavers are now affected. In the West the figures are not as dramatic, but it appears to be similarly increasing.

Does Tapping A Can Of Fizzy Drink Really Stop It Foaming Over?

Does Tapping A Can Of Fizzy Drink Really Stop It Foaming Over?It is one of the distinct sounds of summer: the noise of people tapping the tops of their cans of fizzy drink before opening them. But does this widespread ritual really stop a can of beer or pop from gushing over?

Are Type 2 Diabetes And Obesity Inherited?

Are Type 2 Diabetes And Obesity Inherited?The most exciting recent development in human genetics research has been the ability to perform large-scale systematic studies of genetic variation in thousands of people.

Alzheimer's Breakthrough? Have We Nearly Cured Dementia?

Alzheimer's Breakthrough? Have We Nearly Cured Dementia?My mother-in-law called me yesterday. She doesn’t quite know what I do for a job but has a vague idea I work with a group seeking to understand and ultimately prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

Can Screwy Gut Bacteria Raise Your Diabetes Risk?

Can Screwy Gut Bacteria Raise Your Diabetes Risk?Being overweight and not getting enough exercise are considered major contributors to insulin resistance and, ultimately, type 2 diabetes. But new research suggests specific imbalances in gut bacteria play a role, too

What Our Faces Can Tell About The State Of Our Health

What Our Faces Can Tell About The State Of Our HealthOur facial appearance influences how we feel about ourselves – and other people’s faces influence who we choose to approach or avoid and who we’d like to form romantic relationships with.

Why Emotional Abuse In Childhood May Lead To Migraines In Adulthood

Why Emotional Abuse In Childhood May Lead To Migraines In AdulthoodChild abuse and neglect are, sadly, more common than you might think. According to a 2011 study in JAMA Pediatrics, more than five million U.S. children experienced confirmed cases of maltreatment between 2004 and 2011. The effects of abuse can linger beyond childhood – and migraine headaches might be one of them.

The Quest For The World's Hottest Chilli

The Quest For The World's Hottest ChilliIf you’ve ever tasted a really hot chilli you’ll know just how potent the effects can be. The burning heat sensation on the lips, on the tongue – and if you are not careful, on other more sensitive areas, such as the eyes – can be severe and last for a painfully long time.

Is Scientists' Failure To Understand GM Opposition Stifling Progress?

Golden Rice (right) versus regular rice. International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) / wikimedia, CC BY-SAScientists are accusing Greenpeace of ignoring facts, misrepresenting risks and benefits, failing to recognise the authority of science and relying on emotion and dogma. But Greenpeace argues that there are cheaper and more effective alternatives...

Is It Ethical To Purchase Human Organs?

Is It Ethical To Purchase Human Organs?Organ transplantation saves lives. People with end-stage kidney disease who receive a transplant tend to live much longer than those who undergo dialysis. A kidney from a living donor will last from 12 to 20 years, on average, compared to eight to 12 years for a kidney from a deceased donor.

Know The Signs For Concussions And Kids

Know The Signs For Concussions And KidsHead trauma is a major public health concern in the United States, with indirect and direct health-care costs approaching nearly US$1 billion annually. Worse, head trauma also can cause short- and long-term health problems and, in children, problems with academics, headaches and behavioral health issues.

Should You Worry Early Onset Alzheimer's?

Should You Worry Early Onset Alzheimer's?You have forgotten where you put your car keys, or you can’t seem to remember the name of your colleague you saw in the grocery store the other day. You fear the worst, that maybe these are signs of Alzheimer’s disease.

2 Bedtime Habits For Babies To Fight Obesity

2 Bedtime Habits For Babies To Fight ObesityExperts say there are two bedtime habits that may help babies get more sleep and avoid gaining weight too quickly: earlier bedtimes and self-soothing.

The Founder Father Who Could Have Been Our Founding Physician

The Founder Father Who Could Have Been Our Founding PhysicianWhen Benjamin Franklin deferred to Thomas Jefferson in the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, he did so for multiple reasons. He wished to avoid the annoyance of being edited by the committee of the whole Continental Congress, as Jefferson was, to Jefferson’s great distress.

Why Do You Eat And Live The Way You Do?

Why Do You Eat And Live The Way You Do?When thinking about our health, most of us will only consider our weight and fitness level, but our lives are made up of so much more. When you understand what is actually going on in your life, you may develop clues as to why you eat and live the way you do.

Is It OK To Have A Beer After Exercise?

Is It OK To Have A Beer After Exercise?People take up running, and other types of exercise, mainly to get fit and lose weight. But there’s often a social aspect, too. After a gruelling run, some people like to retire to the pub or club house for an ice cold beer.

How Brain Implants Can Let Paralyzed People Move Again

How Brain Implants Can Let Paralyzed People Move AgainSomething as simple as picking up a cup of tea requires an awful lot of action from your body. Your arm muscles fire to move your arm towards the cup. Your finger muscles fire to open your hand then bend your fingers around the handle.

Signs Of Chronic Fatigue Found In Gut Bacteria

Signs Of Chronic Fatigue Found In Gut BacteriaChronic fatigue syndrome, a condition where normal exertion leads to debilitating fatigue that isn’t alleviated by rest, has long mystified scientists. There are no known triggers, and diagnosis requires lengthy tests.

Mom’s Unhealthy Diet May Harm 3 Future Generations

Mom’s Unhealthy Diet May Harm 3 Future GenerationsMoms who eat high-fat, high-sugar diets may be putting future generations at risk for metabolic problems, even when their offspring eat healthy diets, a new study with mice suggests.

Why Swimming Pools Can Be A Major Source Of Gastrointestinal Illness

Swimming Pools Can Be A Major Source Of Gastrointestinal IllnessSummer holidays are upon us, and many of us will finally get to spend some lazy days by the pool. But how can you ensure this pleasant experience doesn’t leave you with any nasty surprises?

Broccoli Sprout Extract May Block Cancer’s Return

Broccoli Sprout Extract May Block Cancer’s ReturnPotent doses of broccoli sprout extract activate a “detoxification” gene and may help prevent cancer recurrence in survivors of head and neck cancer, according to new research that confirms preliminary results released last year.

Sex And Other Myths About Weight Loss

Sex And Other Myths About Weight LossThe estimated annual health care costs related to obesity are over $210 billion, or nearly 21 percent of annual medical spending in the United States.

Why Lyme Disease Is Such A Danger

Hitting the target. Hannah Garrison/wikimedia, CC BY-SAOn any ranked list of nasty diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, ticks and fleas in the Western world, Borrelia burgdorferi, would have to lie near the top. These bacteria cause Lyme disease, which was first recognised in the US in the early 1970s among patients in Lyme, Connecticut.

Exercise May Be The Best Way To Prevent Dementia

Exercise May Be The Best Way To Prevent DementiaRegular exercise in middle age is the best lifestyle change a person can make to prevent cognitive decline in their later years, a 20-year study finds.

Why We Regain Weight After Drastic Dieting

Why We Regain Weight After Drastic DietingA few years ago I proudly lost almost 15% of my weight. However last week I stared with disbelief at my scale as I realised all my efforts were in vain and I had regained all of the previously lost weight.

If Only Your Body Could Speak to Your Mind

ralph nader 6 25For thousands of years humans have defended themselves from harm by others. But many have proceeded to regularly harm themselves. They have actively searched for substances to ingest, inhale, inject and apply which may give them some immediate relief but damage or destroy their lives over time.

Why Stress Is More Likely To Cause Depression In Men

Why Stress Is More Likely To Cause Depression In MenAccording to the World Health Organization (WHO), more women are affected by depression than men. This pattern is seen in countries around the world, including the United States.

Two Forms of Nature Medicine: Sunlight and Forest Bathing

Two Forms of Nature Medicine: Sunlight and Forest BathingIn this modern age, we tend to run from the sun due to what I believe to be understandable but overblown concerns about skin cancer. Since the time of the Greeks, heliotherapy (sun therapy) has been a valuable way to heal the body and balance the mind.

Fentanyl Is Widely Used And Deadly When Abused

Fentanyl Is Widely Used And Deadly When AbusedFentanyl, a synthetic opioid narcotic about 100 times as potent as morphine, continues to be in the news, as deaths from fentanyl overdose continue to rise and even more potent nonpharmaceutical forms become available on the street.

What Is The Common Cold And How Do We Get It?

What Is The Common Cold And How Do We Get It?The “common cold” is common. Most of us will have at least one or two per year. Children get sick more often and very young children often get more than five colds per year.

Working with Water: Sacred Rituals

Working with Water: Sacred RitualsA few years ago, I gave conferences in Montreal regarding the healing properties of natural spring water. I was fascinated by the reports of people drinking natural spring water and stating that many of their illnesses vanished or greatly improved just by drinking such water.

Anxiety Opens The Door To Diabetes

Anxiety Opens The Door To DiabetesScientists have uncovered a link between emotional stress and diabetes, with roots in the brain’s ability to control anxiety.

How To Pick The Good From The Bad Smartphone Health Apps

How To Pick The Good From The Bad Smartphone Health AppsWith an estimated 100,000 health and fitness apps available on the two leading smartphone platforms, iOS and Android, it seems there is an app for everything – from tracking your bowel movements, to practising your pimple-popping technique.

Why Do Humans Like To Get High?

Why Do Humans Like To Get High?It’s easy to explain the appeal of drugs like heroin and cocaine, which directly stimulate the brain’s reward centres. What’s less easy to explain is the appeal of psychedelic drugs such as LSD and psilocybin that produce altered states of consciousness.

Saturated Fats Make Some Cells Lose Track Of Time

Saturated Fats Make Some Cells Lose Track Of TimeFoods high in fat, especially saturated fat, are bad for you. A high-fat diet is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease as well as metabolic disorders like obesity and type 2 diabetes. So why does saturated fat have these effects on the body? What’s going on in your body when you eat a fatty meal?

What Is Chronic Pain And Why Is It Hard To Treat?

What Is Chronic Pain And Why Is It Hard To Treat?A recent study by the National Institutes of Health found that more than one in three people in the United States have experienced pain of some sort in the previous three months. Of these, approximately 50 million suffer from chronic or severe pain.

Moving Beyond Pro/con Debates Over Genetically Engineered Crops

Modern cultivated corn was domesticated from teosinte, an ancient grass, over more than 6,000 years through conventional breeding. Nicole Rager Fuller, National Science FoundationSince the 1980s biologists have used genetic engineering to express novel traits in crop plants. Over the last 20 years, these crops have been grown on more than one billion acres in the United States and globally. Despite their rapid adoption by farmers, genetically engineered (GE) crops remain controversial among many consumers, who have sometimes found it hard to obtain accurate information.

More Chocolate, Fewer Crackers Will Protect Against Childhood Cavities

More Chocolate, Fewer Crackers Will Protect Against Childhood CavitiesA revolution in how we think about preventing cavities in children is upon us. Evidence shows that cavity formation has less to do with genetics, candy habits or poor brushing, and more to do with the types of snack foods we give children. Counter-intuitively, dark chocolate is better for teeth than pretzels or crackers.

Where Does the Path to Healing Begin?

Where Does the Path to Healing Begin?I find it sad that people have to keep discovering wisdom through their own tragedies. I am saying this in the hope that you will take the time to read on, learn from the wisdom of others, and not require a disaster to become your teacher.

What Will Happen When Antibiotics Stop Working?

What Will Happen When Antibiotics Stop Working?A golden era of antibiotics shifted the leading causes of death away from infection to cancer and cardiovascular disease. At the moment, we can still treat most infections as only a few are resistant to what is currently the last line of antibiotics – the colistins. 

How The British Defeated Napoleon With Citrus Fruit

Blockade of Toulon by Thomas Luny. Wikimedia CommonsEveryone knows that Britain’s conclusive victory over Napoleon was at Waterloo. The story of that day – the squares of infantry repulsing cavalry charges, the Imperial Guard retreating under murderous musket fire delivered by a red line of soliders, the just-in-time arrival of Field Marshal Blücher’s Prussian army – is one of excitement, horror and heroism.

If We Know So Much About Disease, Where Are All The Cures?

If We Know So Much About Disease, Where Are All The Cures?We know so much about the genes that cause disease, so why are we not approaching an age of Star-Trek-like medicine in which a doctor can wave a handheld device over a patient, claim to have sequenced the genes of the offending pathogen, then move rapidly to a cure?

To Fight Zika, Let's Genetically Modify Mosquitoes The Old-fashioned Way

Researchers are working out mass rearing techniques for Aedes mosquitoes – their generation time is only 2.5 weeks. IAEA Imagebank, CC BY-NC-NDThe near panic caused by the rapid spread of the Zika virus has brought new urgency to the question of how best to control mosquitoes that transmit human diseases. Aedes aegypti mosquitoes bite people across the globe, spreading three viral diseases: dengue, chikungunya and Zika.

It's Processed Food We Should Be Worried About Not Fats

processed food 6 2Last week, the National Obesity Forum caused a furore by claiming that eating fat, including saturated fat, will help cut rates of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Public Health England hit back, calling NOF’s advice “irresponsible”.

People With Williams Syndrome Face Extra Risk Online

People With Williams Syndrome Face Extra Risk OnlineMarisa Fisher's research suggests people with Williams syndrome can learn to say no to strangers, refuting past studies that indicated sociability may be hard-wired in individuals with Williams syndrome.

Why Alcohol Makes You Feel Warm And Strange

effects of alcohol 5 29Alcohol: why do we drink it? People have been consuming alcohol for at least 10,000 years. And when drinking water was rather risky, alcohol seemed a much safer bet. Amaldus of Villanova, a 14th-century monk, even wrote that alcohol “prolongs life, clears away ill humors, revives the heart and maintains youth”.

Blame Your Immune System If You Are Mysteriously Itchy

Blame Your Immune System If You Are Mysteriously Itchy"As doctors, we throw things like antihistamines, ointments, and lotions at patients who suffer chronic itching, but if there is something profoundly abnormal about the immune system—as it appears there is—then we can't solve the itching until we address those underlying causes," says Brian S. Kim.

Where Do You Draw The Line On Genetically Modified Food?

Each banana plant is a genetic clone of a previous generation. Ian Ransley, CC BYIn the past week you’ve probably eaten crops that wouldn’t exist in nature, or that have evolved extra genes to reach freakish sizes. You’ve probably eaten “cloned” food and you may have even eaten plants whose ancestors were once deliberately blasted with radiation. And you could have bought all this without leaving the “organic” section of your local supermarket.

Train Your Brain If You Want To Lose Weight?

Train Your Brain If You Want To Lose Weight?Despite massive government, medical and individual efforts to win the war on obesity, 71 percent of Americans are overweight. The average adult is 24 pounds heavier today than in 1960. Our growing girth adds some US$200 billion per year to our health care expenditure, amounting to a severe health crisis.

How You Argue May Predict Your Future Health Trouble

How You Argue May Predict Your Future Health Trouble"Conflict happens in every marriage, but people deal with it in different ways. Some of us explode with anger; some of us shut down," says Claudia Haase. "Our study shows that these different emotional behaviors can predict the development of different health problems in the long run."

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