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New research evidence on anger in children and adults

... Angry children do not necessarily become angry or unhappy adults. But there does appear to be a raised chance that people who were persistently angry as children turn out to be frequently and persistently angry as young adults. Similarly, anger in adulthood is not always associated with adverse health outc...

Seven deadly sins: A new look at society through an old lens

... angry children do not necessarily become angry or unhappy adults. For adults, women are more likely than men to report being persistently angry; and 30-somethings with no partner are more likely to report angry feelings than their contemporaries with partners. LUST Changing sexual behaviour in the UK Pro...

Psychometric testing might be best way to predict future happy doctors

.... Many doctors, in the UK and other countries, are unhappy with their careers. In the UK, a fifth of junior doctors consider leaving medicine....

New breast cancer dictionary for doctors

...ssible about their disease however they often feel unhappy with the information provided by their doctor. Patients frequently turn to other information sources but the medical language can be difficult to comprehend and very confusing. To maximise patient understanding, French universities collaborated with...

Sociologists find low self-esteem at 11 predicts drug dependency at 20

...self. Without it, people may become pathologically unhappy with themselves, and that can lead to some very serious problems." Children with very low self-esteem, or what the researchers called self-derogation, were 1.6 times more likely to meet the criteria for drug dependence nine years later than other chi...

Treatment developed for patients with medically unexplained symptoms

...mptoms," he said. "On the other hand, patients are unhappy because their needs aren't being met." This is where the value of the doctor-patient relationship comes into play, Smith said. "For years we've taught our students the value of this relationship and it really works," he said. "It's about communi...

Distressed by your babys distress? How you respond matters

... mother may become anxious when her baby is really unhappy and try to comfort him by saying, 'Oh, don't cry, don't cry.' But it's okay to cry. "If the new mother wasn't comforted very well by her own mother when she was a child, she may need help learning to console her own infant," the researcher said. ...

University of Leicester produces the first-ever 'world map of happiness'

...ors. "There is a belief that capitalism leads to unhappy people. However, when people are asked if they are happy with their lives, people in countries with good healthcare, a higher GDP per captia, and access to education were much more likely to report being happy. "We were surprised to see countries ...

'My life sucks!' The 10 most common causes of childhood unhappiness

...olid advice for parents already struggling with an unhappy child. As always, the solutions Condrell offers ar... country who spend most of their days feeling more unhappy than happy, and their parents haven't a clue as to why. These chronically unhappy children may be on...

Some patients stop needing antidepressant medication after having plastic surgery

...our patients take control over something they were unhappy about, we helped remove a self-imposed barrier and ultimately improved their self-esteem."...

One-third of breast cancer patients unhappy with cosmetic outcome of lumpectomy

...wever, approximately one-third of all patients are unhappy with how their breasts look after undergoing breas...fered. Approximately 26 percent of patients were unhappy with their physical appearance after the lumpectomy but had an improved sense of body image. Plastic...

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