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How do our emotions affect our immune response?
Many studies have shown that chronic exposure to stress, anxiety, and negative moods generally can affect physical health to a large extent.
Bottling up your emotions can affect your immunity: Study
Teenagers who suppressed emotions tended to have more inflammation when their immune cells were exposed to a bacterial stimulus in the lab, even in the presence of anti-inflammatory signals.
How emotions shape work life
Jochen Menges, an expert in organizational behavior, thinks that emotions matter profoundly for employee performance and behavior. His studies bring nuance to our understanding of how employees wish to feel at work.
How emotions in facial expressions are understood
New research by academics at the University of East Anglia (UEA) reveals how well fearful facial expressions are perceived in peripheral vision.
Cognitive behavioral therapy helps control autistic kids' emotions
Autistic children's emotions can be managed with cognitive behavioral therapy, according to new research.
Study: Frustrations, emotions can cause nightmares
If you're having bad dreams, feelings of frustration with your life may be triggering them.
Accepting negative emotions is better for health
New research indicates that people who habitually accept their negative emotions experience fewer negative emotions, which adds up to better psychological health.
Bedtime matters for preschoolers to regulate their emotions
Little kids who have a consistent bedtime routine and limited screen time may get better at regulating their emotions, a recent study suggests.
Are you catching other people's emotions?
If you've ever felt as though you caught a co-worker's or family member's mood, it probably wasn't your imagination. Emotions can be transmitted more easily than colds or flus —faster than the blink of an eye!
Our head movements convey emotions
When people talk or sing, they often nod, tilt or bow their heads to reinforce verbal messages. But how effective are these head gestures at conveying emotions?
Positive emotions may make you healthier
People with heart disease may benefit from maintaining positive emotions, according to health researchers.
Mental health neglected
About 70 percent of Iranians do not know how to manage their emotions, said Dr. Majid Abhari, a behavioral expert.

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