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‘Happy Couples’ on Facebook May Not Be as Happy as You Think

We all know that one power couple on Facebook whose selfies and gushy posts look and sound like one of the most picturesque relationships of all-time. But a new study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin states couples who amp up their “relationship visibility” are actually feeling insecure about their partner’s affections. In facts, studies show that the more they […]

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Is It Actually Possible to Have an Exercise Allergy?

We all know the benefits of exercise for a healthy lifestyle, but if you feel nauseous after working out or are convinced another minute on the treadmill will kill you, it might not be in your head anymore. It turns out, being “allergic to exercise” isn’t just another plea to skip the gym and lounge […]

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How Sleeping in on Weekends Could Surprisingly Benefit Your Health

Living in an age of immediacy and promptness can often leave so many of us feeling pretty tired by the time Friday rolls in. But new research suggests catching up on lost sleep over the weekend benefits your health greatly.

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