Psychology Today Magazine
March 2013

The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

By Rick Chillot

Touch is the first way we communicate and bond as humans.
The You in Me

The You in Me

By Sam Kean

Cells of a sibling, child, or possibly even a long-forgotten lover may persist in our bodies for decades, yet little is known about the role such genetic interlopers play.
Smooth Encounters

Smooth Encounters

By Mary Loftus

How to handle life's awkward moments
The Against All Odds Club

The Against All Odds Club

By Brooke Lea Foster

Survivors of rare life threatening accidents experience life changing perspectives.

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Diagnosis: Heads Up

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The Tax Man Cometh

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Tip Sheet: How to Break a Habit

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News: Brighter Writer

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What Your Skin Reveals

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