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"Findings suggest that ending up with entire days free to fill at one's discretion may leave one similarly unhappy."
Today in new you don't want to hear: a new study says too much free time could be as bad as having none at all.The study, which comes from the American Psychological Assocation and published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
Blue light glasses, explained. Plus, where you can buy them.
There's a lot to unpack here, but the big factor in the equation are your eyes. If you spend an excessive, even unhealthy amount of time looking at a digital screen (and these days, who doesn't?), you may have friends, parents, or
Interest in mental health services during pandemic surges in PH and rest of Southeast Asia.
Apart from the physical effects of COVID-19, it’s no secret that the virus also has a profound toll on a person’s mental and emotional well-being. A study by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) found about four in 10 adults in the U.S.