Art evokes feelings in the body
The stronger the body's reaction was to the artwork, the stronger were the emotions experienced by the subject.
Positive experiences in close relationships are associated with better physical health
“Additionally, it’s not just how we feel about our relationships overall that matters; the ups and downs are important too.”
People spend 1/6th of their lifetime on enhancing their appearance
Caring for one's appearance does not depend on gender, and older people worry as much about looking their best as the young do.
Having strong social connections can improve your health
Having strong bonds with both close social circles and extended groups is associated with better mental health and wellbeing.
Americans' spending declines consistently after age 65
The findings contradict traditional wisdom that spending will be constant or even increase during older age.
Workplace stress in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic
"Stress is something that has been understudied. Moving forward, it is critical to build a healthier workplace with fewer hazards and less stress.”
Spirituality linked with better health outcomes, patient care
“Overlooking spirituality leaves patients feeling disconnected from the health care system and the clinicians trying to care for them”.
You're only as old as you (psychologically) feel
How old are you, really? Most likely, your real age has little to do with your chronological age.
It takes only small amounts to corrupt many (eye) doctors
Eye doctors who receive even small financial incentives from pharmaceutical companies are up to twice as likely to prescribe brand name eyedrops for glaucoma instead of cheaper generic versions.
Despite flexibility, gig work proves harmful to workers
Insecure income from gig work contributed to poor health outcomes, including a sicker workforce, higher unreimbursed healthcare costs and greater costs to the consumer.
Social isolation and loneliness increase the risk of death from heart attack, stroke
25% of U.S. adults aged over 65 are socially isolated and the prevalence of loneliness is even higher.
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