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JAN 16, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Your Pet Says More About Your Personality Than You Might Think

Cat people and dog people really do have different personality traits, new research suggests. People who own cats tend to be more creative, adventurous, and anxious. Dog owners, on the other hand, tend to be more extroverted, secure, and risk-averse. Those differences were seen in a fascinating new study (see video above) by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley ...

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JAN 14, 2015 - Health Canal

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Helicopter parenting better for pets than for kids, study suggests

BERKELEY — Helicopter parenting may not be the best strategy for raising independent kids. But a healthy measure of clinginess and overprotectiveness could actually be advantageous when rearing dogs and cats, according to new research from UC Berkeley and California State University, East Bay.

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JAN 14, 2015 - Shape

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Would You Try Talking to a Stranger Instead of a Therapist?

Corbis Images We know that talking about our problems—even just venting about your morning commute traffic—makes us feel better. You might commiserate with a colleague over a deadline, rant to a friend after a bad date, or schedule a session with a therapist after a tough event in your life. But would you tell a stranger? That's the idea behind ...

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JAN 13, 2015 - Health Canal

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Blocking hormone could eliminate stress-induced infertility

BERKELEY - UC Berkeley scientists have discovered that chronic stress activates a hormone that reduces fertility long after the stress has ended, and that blocking this hormone returns female reproductive behavior to normal.

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