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Medical News Today: Generous people ‘listen to their hearts,’ quite literally




New research measures interoception, or people’s ability to ‘listen’ to their bodies, and their willingness to give away money. The heart plays a key role. Read More






Medical News Today: Creepy crawlies: Why you were born to fear spiders and snakes




Do you have a fear of spiders or snakes? A new study of 6-month-old babies suggests that many of us may be predisposed to such phobias. Read More






Medical News Today: Creepy crawlies: Why you were born to fear spiders and snakes




Do you have a fear of spiders or snakes? A new study of 6-month-old babies suggests that many of us may be predisposed to such phobias. Read More






Medical News Today: Can pessimism be beneficial?




Is your glass always half empty? Do you expect negative outcomes? As a pessimist, you may have more advantages than you think. Read on to learn more. Read More






Medical News Today: All you need to know about why you are angry




A look at anger, and why some people are prone to it. Included is detail on why people get angry, complications, and when it becomes a problem. Read More






Medical News Today: Want to be a good friend? Close your eyes and listen




New research suggests that the best way to empathize with someone else’s feelings might be to avoid looking at them and focus exclusively on their voice. Read More






Medical News Today: Giving bad news? Cut to the chase, study says




How should bad news be delivered, from the receiver’s perspective? A new study suggests that the best way to do it is directly and without embellishments. Read More






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