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  • According to European scientists short men are the most likely to be jealous. Researchers from Spain and Holland arrived at this conclusion after querying 549 Dutch and Spanish men and women.
  • If you see your partner flirt with someone else, you may feel hurt, angry, and jealous. The last thing you might expect is to start thinking of yourself more like your rival. New research suggests...
  • The more time college students spend on Facebook, the more likely they are to feel jealous toward their romantic partners, leading to more time on Facebook searching for additional information that...
  • Nelson's health insurance covered 90 percent of the costs after a reasonable $500 deductible. I'm happy he has such good health coverage. He's my dog. And I'm jealous of him.
  • Mate guarding is classified as excessive or unwarranted jealous or protective behavior towards a spouse or mate. This is common among many different species and can be useful to defend territory,...
  • Whether we are seeking a mate or sizing up a potential rival, good-looking people capture our attention nearly instantaneously and render us temporarily helpless to turn our eyes away from them,...
  • A Virginia Mason study aimed at better understanding what patients mean when they describe their health care experience has identified 35 positive, negative and neutral emotion words that have clear,...
  • The morning after undergoing a total hip replacement, Sean Toohey walked up half a flight of stairs at the hospital. That afternoon, he progressed from a walker to crutches to a cane. And 15 days...
  • Research scientist Jennifer Rohn's newly released novel, The Honest Look, set in a start-up biotechnology company, explores conflicts between the need for scientific truth and the drive for commercial...
  • A new campaign has been launched in Britain which shows women how to recognise the early warning signs of abuse.
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