Virtual reality during chemotherapy could help improve breast cancer patients' quality of life
Virtual Reality during chemotherapy has been shown to improve breast cancer patients' quality of life during the most stressful treatments, according to a recent study.
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How to Reduce Stress on Your Back When You Do Deadlifts
Deadlifts are a multi-joint exercise that works multiple muscle groups at the same time. Being a compound exercise, this movement is also a functional movement that trains your...
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Should You Consume Protein Before and After a Workout?
What's your favorite way to fuel up before a workout and refuel afterward? Hopefully, you include a source of protein. Most dietitians recommend eating a snack that includes...
1 day ago - Cathe Friedrich
This Is the Best Kind of Low-Impact Cardio For Fat Loss, According to an Expert
High-impact cardio - think running, HIIT, CrossFit , plyometric circuits - tends to get most of the attention when it comes to weight loss, but we're here to tell you that...
1 day ago - PopSugar
PPIs Signal Mortality Risk in ICU Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis
]]> - For ICU patients on mechanical ventilation, the safest type of stress ulcer prophylaxis was left unclear by the international PEPTIC trial. In-hospital mortality rates...
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Shaking in your shoes: Here's why your muscles shake when you're working out
It can't be stressed enough that physical activity, be it mundane walking or an intense workout session, is vital for improving overall health. Regular exercise can bring a...
1 day ago - Natural News
Stressed? Here's a Way to Fix It
]]> - Stress is one of the epidemics of modern-day living - especially work-related stress. At a basic fundamental level, it's just simply a chemical reaction. Your adrenaline...
2 days ago - MedPageToday
Psychedelic Drugs can Help Treat PTSD
Treatment that involves psychedelics can be more effective for post-traumatic stress disorder than psychotherapy alone, reports a new study.
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A Fellow Mom Showed Me Love, And I Carry That With Me To This Day
I'll never forget the mom who saw me struggling with my one-year-old at the library over a decade ago, when I was an exhausted, stressed out new mom. My son had just learned...
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Maternal stress over CHD linked to impaired fetal brain development
Psychological distress in women carrying fetuses with congenital heart disease, or CHD, is associated with impaired cerebellar and hippocampal development during the second...
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Smoking and Drinking During Early Pregnancy Raises SIDS Risk
NIH-funded Safe Passage Study provides a look at how SIDS risk is influenced by the timing and amount of prenatal exposure to tobacco and alcohol.
Racial Differences Seen in Drug Prescriptions for Dementia
Dementia patients from black ethnic groups who are prescribed antipsychotic drugs, take them for around four weeks longer per year compared to white people in the UK, exceeding...
Why is Cancer Risk Higher in Men?
DNA differences between men and women can reveal why cancer risk is higher in males. High cancer risk among men may be caused by dysfunction in the Y chromosome, a study finds.
China's Viral Pneumonia Outbreak Grows, 17 New Cases Reported
China's health authorities identified 17 new cases of pneumonia caused by coronavirus, a novel strain had been detected in the central city of Wuhan.
Teens Spend too Much Time Gaming: Study
Neary 86 percent of parents agree that teens spend too much time gaming, but many may have been mistaken about the extent of their own child's video game habits, reports a new...
Heavy Drinking: Working-age Adults More Likely to Drink Too Much Alcohol
Heavy drinking: Working-age adults are more likely to be binge drinkers. Therefore, it is necessary to find out the right approaches to mitigate the harms of this extreme...
Pink Talks Aging And Cosmetic Surgery In ‘Letter To Self'
Pink admits she sometimes considers ‘altering' her face as she gets older The pressure society puts on women when it comes to aging is unreal, especially in Hollywood. Actors...
Allow This Overall-Wearing 91-Year-Old Gym-Goer To Be Your Workout Inspiration
Anytime Fitness Member of the Month? More like Member of the Year Finding the inspiration to work out can be tough, especially in these cold, dreary, post-holiday months. So...
Scientists discover 49 approved drugs that may treat cancer
Researchers at Harvard, MIT and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute screened thousands of already-approved medications and were shocked to find that so many common drugs have effects...
NIU's Global Round-up: Novel joint health ingredient approval in Brazil...
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