Latest Crying Stories

2009-11-04 08:59:00

BARCELONA, Spain, Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ - Biloop Technologic, S.L. is proud to announce the launch of the Cry Translator - www.crytranslator.com.

2009-11-03 11:30:00

Psychologists say Americans' Stress Levels Too High; Few Receive Support to Make Lasting Lifestyle Changes NEW YORK, Nov.

2009-09-28 00:44:36

Bringing soap bubbles is a way parents can help minimize flu shot fussing, a U.S. child pain expert advises. The parents blow bubbles during the injections, suggesting they are blowing away the hurt.

2009-08-24 15:05:31

Medically, crying is known to be a symptom of physical pain or stress. But now a Tel Aviv University evolutionary biologist looks to empirical evidence showing that tears have emotional benefits and can make interpersonal relationships stronger.

2009-04-15 07:09:12

Breast-feeding an infant offers yet another advantage, according to new research conducted by Turkish investigators that suggests pain connected with vaccination is considerably lessened for infants nurtured on mother’s milk.

2008-12-26 06:04:11

U.S and Dutch psychologists say most people feel better after crying, but about 1-in-10 say they feel worse. University of South Florida psychologists Jonathan Rottenberg and Lauren M. Bylsma, along with J.J.M.

2008-12-17 15:25:17

We’ve all experienced a “good cry” — whether following a breakup or just after a really stressful day, shedding some tears can often make us feel better and help us put things in perspective.

2008-07-07 09:05:00

The baby's smile that gladdens a mother's heart also lights up the reward centers of her brain, said Baylor College of Medicine researchers in a report that appears in the journal Pediatrics today.

2008-04-05 03:00:00

When you become a new parent, your job is to love your baby like crazy, but in addition, there are two main tasks - to feed your baby successfully and to soothe her crying. Parents who do these well feel great! However, those who struggle feel terrible.

2008-01-09 00:00:07

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