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Gratitude, Not ‘Gimme,’ Makes for More Satisfaction

People who are materialistic are more likely to be depressed and unsatisfied, in part because they find it harder to be grateful for what...

Brawn matters: Stronger adolescents and teens have less risk of diabetes,...

More muscle health led to better metabolic and heart health for children Adolescents with stronger muscles have a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes,...

Discovery sheds new light on habitat of early apes

Researchers say definitive evidence has been found of the environment inhabited by the early ape Proconsul on Rusinga Island, Kenya. The findings provide new...

Online Gaming Effective in Teaching Civics Education

Can playing online video games help students learn civics education? According to Baylor University researchers, the answer is yes. Brooke Blevins, Ph.D., assistant professor of...

Evangelicals Have Higher-than-average Divorce Rates

Despite their strong pro-family values, evangelical Christians have higher than average divorce rates -- in fact, being more likely to be divorced than Americans...
Fighting couple love romance

Mean Talk Aside, Happy Couples Can Get a Big Resolution to...

Being critical, angry and defensive isn't always a bad thing for couples having a big disagreement -- provided they are in a satisfying relationship....

Do Religious People Love Their Neighbors? Yes — Some Neighbors

Most religions teach their followers to "Love thy neighbor" -- including those of different races, nationalities or beliefs. But is religiousness really related to...

Supernatural Experiences Trigger Religious Donations

People who have had what they believe to be supernatural experiences are more likely to be "religious givers," with their behavior based on cost-benefit...

Evangelicals more tolerant toward gays, civil unions

Tolerance toward gays and lesbians is growing within the evangelical community — long a stronghold against homosexuality — with many expressing ambivalent views about...

Faith-based Re-entry Program for Prisoners Saves Money, Reduces Recidivism

A faith-based prisoner re-entry program in Minnesota has saved an estimated $3 million by reducing recidivism, according to a Baylor University study published in...

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