- Mothers experience chronic pain long after their babies are delivered. The Healthskills blog discusses the shockingly high incidence of pain after caesareans and other delivery room procedures.
- Acidity means anxiety … acidity in the brain, that is. Neuroskeptic discusses research suggesting that acid levels in the amygdala have an impact on anxiety.
- The relationship between height and jealosy. Your partner’s height has a dramatic effect on how jealous you are, says the eHarmony Labs blog.
- People are really bad at exercising self-control. I’ve always heard that you should never go to the grocery store hungry. This study suggests that going to the store full could also be a bad idea.
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