Baby boomer parents and their boomerang kids.
Why do we loathe lumpy food and pick at our plates?
Indie darling Chloe Sevigny on acting, fashion, and therapy.
Life with a borderline partner.
Who calls the shots when it comes to you and your favorite brand?
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The brain registers social pain much like physical injury.
Only one third of Americans with a mental health problem get care.
Power, not pocketbook, brings job happiness.
How long-term relationships can protect your heart.
Tai Chi builds immunity to nerve disorders in the elderly.
Some religious denominations are richer.
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