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  1. Skip meals lose weight diabetes gastritis junk food bad breath muscle mass (4)

    Commentary: Mindful eating can help you lose weight

    Paying more attention to the food we eat can help those struggling with their diets to better identify between "good" and "bad" foods, says ...
  2. Parental burnout 1

    Commentary: Millennials, the burnout generation

    Work for the millennial is becoming more difficult and complex, and building resilience is no answer, says Rajvinder Samra at The Open University.
  3. Little girls, children laughing

    Commentary: Admit it. It feels good to see someone else fail

    Schadenfreude - the feeling of pleasure you derive from the misfortune of others is a common feeling experienced even by kids, one observer points ...
  4. Matt Cox daughter walks 8km to school

    Commentary: Why shaming your children on social media makes things worse

    Harsh parenting can destroy your child's self-respect and ruin their lives, one observer points out.
  5. elderly patient, hospital gown

    Commentary: Hospital gowns leave patients feeling vulnerable

    Wearing a hospital gown is often unnecessary and can be traumatic for some patients, observers points out.
  6. file photo phone woman 2

    Commentary: Multitasking between devices associated with poorer attention and memory

    Some heavy media multitaskers even exhibited structural brain differences compared to those who did little of such multitasking, says one ...
  7. Crying can make you feel better

    Commentary: Crying can make you feel better

    Crying can be a self-soothing behaviour, one researcher points out.
  8. Baby using phone

    Commentary: Touchscreens can benefit toddlers but choose your apps wisely

    Playing with apps can encourage play and learning, says one developmental psychology researcher.
  9. christmas gifts,presents

    Commentary: How to deal with a bad Christmas gift

  10. Singapore dollar

    Commentary: Why are we still so bad at buying gifts for friends and family?

    No one wants to give bad presents says one NUS Business School expert who unwraps the psychology of bad Christmas gifts.