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Can Teens' Heart Rate, Blood Pressure Show Ties to Mental Ills?
A young man's future risk of mental disorders could be tied to higher-than-average heart rate or blood pressure in his late teens, a new European study suggests.

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On-the-Job Rudeness Spreads Easily
Tired of crude remarks around the office water cooler? They could be catching.

Surfing Through Selfies Tied to Low Self-Esteem?
Almost everyone has looked at selfies posted on social media where the people in the photo look deliriously happy and wildly popular. But a new study suggests that some are doing it so much that it may lower their self-esteem.

Docs: Infants Should Share Parents' Room to Help Prevent SIDS
Infants should sleep in the same room as their parents -- but not in the same bed -- to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics advise.

Coffee's Impact a Matter of Genes?
Why can some people enjoy a cup of coffee just before bed and sleep peacefully, while others lie awake for hours?

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