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- People can be better off trusting their intuition rather than thinking rationally during the last-minute shopping frenzy.
- 'Tis the season to eat, drink and be jolly, but health experts warn that each day of over-indulgence can cut a several hours off your lifespan.
- More and more thrill-seeking teens looking for creative ways to get cheap, legal highs from common holiday spices are winding up in the hospital with respiratory, cardiac and nerve damage.
- Rudolph may be the most famous red-nosed reindeer of all time, but there are others.
- Gift offerings this year range from apps that can store a run in the country to be viewed later to gadgets so sophisticated they measure quality of sleep as well as calories burned.
- Doctors have given some tips on toy safety this holiday season.
- Mental health experts offer tips to those in mourning on how to get through the holidays.
- Contrary to popular belief, major holidays are actually associated with a lower number of suicides, but days in the beginning of the week, and in the start of spring, were linked to more suicide attempts.