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( Breathe, Don't Vent: Turning Down the Heat Is Key to Managing Anger
Mar 19th 2024, 03:24

Source: ( Science DailyVenting about a source of anger might feel good in the moment, but it's not effective at reducing rage, suggests an analysis of over 150 studies involving more than 10,000 participants. Instead, techniques used to address stress—such as deep breathing, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, or even counting to 10—are more effective at decreasing anger and aggression. Activities that increase arousal rarely help, and jogging may actually intensify anger.


( Trump's Comment on Jews Who Vote Democratic Draws Outrage
Mar 19th 2024, 03:24

Source: ( Google News - HealthFormer President Donald Trump said Monday that Jews who vote for Democrats hate Israel and their religion, igniting a firestorm of criticism from Jewish leaders. In an interview, Trump had been asked about Democrats' criticism of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's handling of the war in Gaza. Trump responded: "Any Jewish person that votes for Democrats hates their religion. They hate everything about Israel and they should be ashamed of...


( Loneliness in Midlife: A Growing Gap Between U.S. and Europe
Mar 19th 2024, 03:17

Source: ( Google News - HealthNew research finds significantly higher levels of loneliness among middle-aged adults in the U.S. than among their European counterparts, driven by differences in cultural norms, socioeconomic factors, and weaker social safety nets in the U.S. The study used data from over 53,000 participants to explore loneliness trends across three generations, finding a rise in U.S. loneliness, particularly among younger generations.


( Weather Agency Issues "Red Alert" on Climate Change After Record Heat
Mar 19th 2024, 02:57

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportThe World Meteorological Organization is sounding a "red alert" about global warming, citing record-smashing increases last year in greenhouse gases, land and water temperatures, and melting of glaciers and sea ice—and is warning that the world's efforts to reverse the trend have been inadequate. The United Nations weather agency said there is a "high probability" that 2024 will be another record-hot year.


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