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Are your friends bad for your health?
At the start of a new year, lots of people will resolve to make a healthy lifestyle change.
Iran won’t forget true friends in hard times: Mousavi
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi highlighted the country’s strategic relations with Russia and China, saying the Islamic Republic will never forget true friends who sided with it in hard times.
Study suggests seeing friends regularly lowers dementia risk
Being socially active in your fifties and sixties lowers the risk of developing dementia in later life, according to new research.
University friends: By chance or by design?
Students often end up making lifelong friendships with the fellow "freshers" they find themselves placed next to in their accommodation – but what determines who lives alongside each other?
Friends who giggled their way to ecofriendly business
Friends Judith and Anne turned insecurity after surgery into an environmentally friendly business called Giggle Knickers.
'How I became friends with an octopus'
Imagine befriending an octopus, swimming alongside the much-feared great white shark, having your face stroked by a rarely seen clawless otter and cradling a wild rock fish in your hands.
Children trickle back to school in Indonesia quake city to find friends
Children in the Indonesian city of Palu began returning to school on Monday to tidy up their classrooms and to help gather data on how many will be coming back 10 days after a major earthquake and tsunami hit their city.
Friends and family may help counter diabetes stress
People with diabetes may have healthier blood sugar levels when they get lots of encouragement from family and friends to help them overcome the stress of managing their disease, a US study suggests.
Group of friends is better protection against bullying than one best friend
New research from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) has found having a group of friends — rather than a best friend — could help to protect children's mental and emotional wellbeing in the face of bullying.
Climate change, evolution, and what happens when researchers are also friends
Illustration of an eco-evolutionary feedback loop perpetuated by evolution of carbon cycling traits, in response to climate change.
Childhood friends die on same day, half a mile apart (video)
Twenty seconds is all it took to kill 19-year-old Dustin Manning. His devastated parents, Greg and Lisa Manning, said the toxicology report found he had taken a toxic mix of heroin and fentanyl, a synthetic opioid so powerful it's often fatal.
Study links 'love hormone' to enjoying time with friends
If you like to hang out with friends, it might be due to the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin, a new study suggested.
Are friends better for us than family?
The power of friendship gets stronger with age and may even be more important than family relationships, indicated new research by a Michigan State University scholar.
Half of your friends don’t count you as one of their friends
As a philosopher named 'Kanye West' once asked, ‘real friends. How many of us? How many of US?'
Our furry feline friends may be intensifying our fury
A new study says toxoplasmosis, a relatively harmless parasitic infection typically found in undercooked meat and cat feces and carried by about one-third of all humans, causes outbursts of anger and increased aggression.

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