Monthly Archives: November 2012

College students more eager for marriage than their parents are

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Babies born to stressed mothers more likely to be bullied at school

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Babies born to stressed mothers more likely to be bullied at school
Children whose mothers were overly stressed during pregnancy are more likely to become victims of bullying at school, according to new research.

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Happy Thanksgiving

A letter on gratitude from Dr. Bunch

A letter on Gratitude, please click here:

http://www.boisebipolarcenter.com/2012/11/5-thanksgiving-gifts-to-give-to-bipolar.html


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Grandfathers play a prominent role with grandchildren

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Grandfathers play a prominent role with grandchildren

Europeans spend much time with their grandchildren. And past 70, the grandfather takes the lead.

Four family cultures of America identified

Very interesting. Dr. Bunch

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Four family cultures of America identified
Four types of family cultures – the Faithful, the Engaged Progressives, the Detached and the American Dreamers – are molding the next generation of Americans, a three-year study finds.

Hormone affects distance men keep from unknown women they find attractive: Oxytocin may promote fidelity

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Hormone affects distance men keep from unknown women they find attractive: Oxytocin may promote fidelity
Men in committed relationships choose to keep a greater distance between themselves and an unknown woman they find attractive when given the hormone oxytocin, according to new research. The findings suggest oxytocin may help promote fidelity within monogamous relationships.