Often missing in the repeal-and-replace health care debate: The voices of women
Women, in particular, have a lot at stake in the fight over the future of health care. Not only do many depend on insurance coverage for maternity care and contraception, they...
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Attention smokers: Junk food has you addicted to cigarettes
Here's a dirty little secret that hardly a smoker on planet Earth understands: An acidic body keeps smokers depressed, stressed, anxious and in need of “relief,” so they go...
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Daily Deal: These $19 Resistance Bands Will Give You the Perfect On-the-Go Workout
Photograph courtesy of Amazon Add these to your gym gear right now Nothing kills your fitness routine quite like traveling. And nothing says depressing quite like a hotel...
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Mom's Viral Post Reminds Us Bad Moments Don't Make Us Bad Parents
This one goes out to all the moms trying not to lose their sh*t The key to surviving motherhood is knowing and believing we're not alone. That we're not the only ones who have...
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Light therapy may benefit adults with cognitive impairment
Light therapy can improve behavioral disturbances, sleep quality and symptoms of depression in adults with mild cognitive impairment and dementia, according to recent findings...
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Shared genetic factors influence comorbid major depression, alcohol dependence
Analysis of four genome-wide association studies indicated shared genetic risk factors contributed to comorbid major depressive disorder and alcohol dependence. “The National...
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'Outlook not promising': Is it time to sell Telstra?
Investors made no attempt to snap up Telstra stock on Friday, despite the severely depressed share price.
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Specialty probation lowers risk for rearrest
Specialty mental health probation was associated with lower risk for recidivism compared with traditional probation; however, it did not significantly reduce violence. “In the...
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Study finds that "teen depression" increases risk of violence. so they should all be treated with more drugs that cause violence instead?
A recent study, led by Professor Seena Fazel of the University of Oxford's Forensic Psychiatry Group in the U.K., and published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child...
4 days ago - Natural News
Depression casts long shadow over people's past memories, research shows
Depressed people have a peculiar view of the past - rather than glorifying the ‘good old days', they project their generally bleak outlook on to past events, according to new...
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More dementia patients in A&E over lack of care home beds
A study by King's College London found the number of later-stage dementia patients making emergency visits to hospital jumped by 62 per cent between 2008 and 2013.
Looking Out for 'Signature' Causes of BRCAness in Breast Cancer Cells
Signature 3 presence or absence in breast cancer cells helps classify the rare BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations as harmful or not, reveals a new study.
Heart Safe Program Enhances CPR and AED Use in Participating Communities
Heart Safe program has been effective in helping communities and also play a significant role in providing citizen CPR education and AED placements
Exposure to outdoor light at night can increase breast cancer risk, claim...
Women who reside in areas with plenty of outdoor lighting at night may want to reconsider their living situation. The researchers behind a recent Harvard study uncovered a link...
Online opportunities-not loss of big account-drove finished products shift...
A shift in market dynamics-not a legal dispute with a key customer-is what drove ChromaDex to try for a second time the finished products route for one of its branded ingredients.
Calcium may not help prevent bone loss in men
Bone Mineral Density and rates of bone loss showed no association with dietary calcium intake in men, according to a recent study in British Journal of Nutrition.
Eating Disorders Linked To History Of Theft
Convictions could increase a patient's stress and anxiety, interrupt treatment and hamper recovery.
High blood pressure is on the rise in children and teens
The American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines to help detect high blood pressure in children and teens. This is after a study revealed that 3.5 percent have...
Of Course Donald Trump Stared Right Into The Eclipse Without Glasses
Donald Trump photographed enjoying the eclipse - without glasses Donald Trump did that thing that scientists have been warning us about for weeks: stared straight into the sun...
Parents are failing to put babies to sleep on their backs
Less than half of the babies in the US sleep on their backs all the time, despite doctors' warnings to parents that this sleeping position decreases a baby's risk of dying of SIDS.