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Poverty, fear play roles in skipping lifesaving therapies, researchers say
Survey finds many women use spending sprees to boost emotional well-being in hard times
Embellished CV's ranked sixth on the list, just above "how often people have sex with their partners."
Diet, exercise and smoking cessation counseling also proved cost-effective, study finds
Britons list the five things that wind them up the most.
Catching a liar is hard. But you won't always need a lie detector if you can master these tricks.
Husbands, wives, friends, even young children tell lies. Sometimes, that might be a good thing.
Study suggests oxytocin may help couples in therapy better deal with conflicts
Study in mice finds drug alters gene activity, points to new methods for treatment
Dutch study finds Web-based self-help site reduces consumption to lower risk levels