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Dave’s Diary:Study Shows – Post in Anger & Feel Anger Longer

University of Wisconsin researchers say getting it off your chest and getting it on line may be counterproductive.  They report that both reading rant sites and posting on them can bring on negative mood shifts.

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Dave’s Diary: Teens Sexting Signals Other Sexual Risk Taking

All the more reason for parents to be on the lookout for their kid’s cell phone behavior.  If you catch them sending sex based messages, don’t let them try to tell you it’s no big deal. According to a study from the School of Social Work at the University of Southern Californian teens who engage in "sexting" -- that is, sending and receiving sexually explicit texts and images -- are most likely taking other sexual risks, too.

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Bad Moods Good For Attention to Detail

Researchers at a University in Sydney, Australia have determined that grumpy people are not only better at decision-making, but also less gullible than their happy-go-lucky neighbors.  So the next time you get in a bad mood, take heart that your mood means a period of far superior critical thinking skills.

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Play Ball! What’s America’s favorite Sport?

The Pro-Bowl is this weekend and the Super Bowl is next weekend…so is football or baseball America’s favorite sport?  We call baseball the National Pastime but is it really. Most die-hard fans will always say both.

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Dave’s Diary: Your Name Defines You, Sorry George

A professor of psychology in Great Britain had a theory about names. He felt they contributed to first impressions so he decided to test it out. He asked 7,000 male and female volunteers to imagine they were about to meet a group of people. They were then given a list of 20 male and 20 female names and asked to identify those they thought were the most successful, the most attractive and the luckiest based on the names alone.

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Dave’s Diary: Lower Wages Equals Higher Health Risks

 

 The experts are saying 2013 will go down as the year with the largest tax increases of all time! So have you already noticed the payroll tax hit to the take home total? It is more than frustrating; it’s a potential health hazard.

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Dave’s Diary:Index Finger Points The Way To A Healthier Prostate

 

Men, look at your hands. The fingernail doesn’t count…but….if your index finger is longer than your ring finger (or fourth finger), you run a significantly lower risk of developing prostate cancer. 

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Dave’s Diary: Video Vixen has Unfair Lefthanded Advantage

(Netscape) Violent video games are in the news again over concern they may influence the more unstable among us to take up violence ourselves.  What’s a worse threat is a left handed video game player!  Left-handed people are able to think much more quickly when playing computer games and any athletic sport than are their right-handed friends, according to new research from Australia. The BBC News reports that it seems that connections between the left and right sides of the brain are faster in lefties and that makes them more efficient when dealing with multiple stimuli. Which at last provides an excuse for me as to why my wife thrashes me in every video game we have ever played!  We don't play violent games so it is even more embarrassing for something soft and fuzzy to destroy me.

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Dave’s Diary:Good Luck Charms Yield Confidence And Improved Performance

 

Who here couldn’t use a little extra luck?  But lucky charms?  Do they work? Reaching for the rabbit's foot isn’t as irrational as it might seem, says a team of psychologists. A German study found that having a lucky token boosted the performance of students in tests of motor dexterity, memory and world games.

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Dave’s Diary: A Little More TV Triggers A Lot More Teen Depression

 

You never hear surveys like this about listening to the radio.  You never hear how radio rots your brain or destroys the fabric of society.  Unless it’s the critics of conservative talk radio!  I’m just sayin’. 

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