Cathy Cassata

Cathy Cassata

Freelance Writer

My specialties include health, mental health, and human behavior. I have a knack for writing with emotion and connecting with readers in an insightful and engaging way. Cassatastyle@yahoo.com

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The Huffington Post

Why Nostalgia Makes Us Happy... And Healthy | The Huffington Post

Why Nostalgia Makes Us Happy... And Healthy | The H...

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The Huffington Post

What Makes Children Lie? | The Huffington Post

All children tell lies from time to time. In fact, it’s considered a sign of intelligence when a child learns to effectively lie. But what makes children lie?

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The Huffington Post

Implant Helps People With Paralysis Regain Use Of Limbs | The ...

Medical officials are developing a stimulation device that can be implanted near the top of the spine of a person with paralysis.

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The Huffington Post

Temporary Doctors On The Rise | The Huffington Post

94 percent of healthcare facility managers surveyed indicated they had used locum tenens doctors sometime over the past 12 months, a 74 percent increase since 2012.

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The Huffington Post

Can A Robot Help People With Loneliness? | The Huffington Post

Knowing a loved one is lonely can be hard to take.
Especially when you can’t give them much of your time.
If only there was someone who could provide additional companionship.

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The Huffington Post

The Problem With Praising Someone's Results At The Gym

By Cathy Cassata Yes, you were shocked. I was shocked, and even the judges were shocked when winner Rachel Frederickson of The Biggest Loser revealed her 155 pound weight loss and 105-pound fra...

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The Huffington Post

Tanning Addiction -- for Real

Despite all the information available to the public about the hazards of sun tanning, especially that ultraviolet rays are a known cancer-causing agent, people still continue to tan. This has led many researchers to believe that factors besides lack of knowledge are driving some people to tan....