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    How to Cheer Up People Who Like Being Miserable

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    4 Mindfulness Tricks to Get Through a Bad Hair Day

    Most of us have a bad hair day now and then, but practicing meditation can help stop you from stressing about those uncooperative locks.
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    5 Great Reasons to Zone Out

    Research shows that mind wandering can improve performance, boost mood and beat boredom. Discover the surprising perks of not paying attention.
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    There Are 5 Kinds of Bored. Which One Are You Right Now?

    Boredom isn't just one thing—there are many types of boredom. And our habits (and iPhones) might be making us more bored than ever.
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    Turn Stress Into Happiness: A Psychologist's 2-Step Plan

    Happiness is not the absence of stress. If you want to go from "stressed" to "happy" it takes two important steps. Our expert explains.
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    The World's Best Excuse to Go Shopping

    Rather than dressing to impress someone else, you should wear clothes that make you feel good about you.
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    How to Avoid a Nasty Fight: Eat Something

    Fighting with your spouse all the time? The secret to a happy marriage could be snacks.
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    Do We Peak at Age 24? [Study]

    When it comes cognitive motor performance—the fancy name for how long it takes your brain to react to something—if you're over 24 years of age you've already reached your peak, according to a new Simon Fraser University study just published in PLOS ONE.
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    Stressful Week? Grab Your Allergy Meds

    New research shows that stress can make your allergy symptoms worse. Here's what you can do.
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    The Power and Perils of Grieving on Facebook

    When someone dies, there is a natural desire to share your grief with friends on Facebook. This can be very helpful, but also potentially damaging.
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    Ask a Scientist: Why Do Happy Things Make Me Cry?

    Some people cry at happy moments just like they cry at sad things. A psychologist explores why we have the same reaction to such different events.
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