Scientists find that what we think about aging can affect our health.
A new study found that an intervention program, GIRLSS, was effective in reducing "mean girl" behaviors in adolescents.
A new study examined how alcohol and marijuana use affected the behaviors, attitudes and values of American teenagers.
Agreeing with people can be surprisingly powerful way to shake up strongly held beliefs, according to a new research.
A recent study discovered that peer pressure can greatly affect mothers' biases toward certain food ingredients.
A new study out of the UK found that people's attitudes toward mental health is improving.
A new study found that people who are more self-compassionate generally deal with stress more effectively.
Having a positive attitude may help promote longevity in heart patients, a new study suggests.
Pornography increases sexist attitudes, but only among certain men.
Sexist men are more likely to prefer women with bigger breasts, according to a new study.
If a person has a tendency to drive at a high speed or takes unnecessary risks while learning to drive, then, according to a study, he or she may go on to become a dangerous driver.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.