Self-administered cognitive behavior therapy improves IBS symptoms
ORLANDO - Self-administered cognitive behavior therapy was significantly better than an education intervention, and equivalent to therapist-administered cognitive behavior...
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Can Holding In a Sneeze Kill You?
Photograph by Getty Images All that pressure has to go somewhere, right? It's always the worst time when that urge to sneeze hits-a quiet movie theater, an elevator packed with...
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Improving Working Memory The Dual N-Back Brain Training Way
Scientists have discovered that the dual n-back brain-training method improved working memory to a greater extent than the complex span method.
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New Insights into the Cell Death Process Could Prevent Tissue Injury
Limiting cell death processes could help reduce some extent of brain and acute kidney tissue injury, found University of Pittsburgh scientists
15 hours ago - Medindia Health
Automatic Brain: The Magic of the Unconscious Mind
By Dr. Mercola “Automatic Brain: The Magic of the Unconscious Mind” is a fascinating first segment of a two-part documentary about the brain. The 52-minute film is based on the...
17 hours ago - Mercola
Has Big Pharma destroyed Nancy Pelosi's brain?
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., appears to be slowly but surely losing her mind. And it's possible that Big Pharma is partially responsible. Pelosi, a far-Left...
18 hours ago - Natural News
News on Medicare Insurance, Healthy Living, Brain Health - AARP
Read the latest health news on Medicare, healthy living, conditions and treatments, and prescription drugs.
1 day ago - AARP
This Dad's Bedtime Fail Has The Internet Saying, ‘At Least He Tried'
He took his partner's instructions a bit too literally As parents, we try our hardest. Sometimes, exhaustion or lack of time or one of the frequent brain farts that happen once...
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Late brain response to words could be early dementia sign
A delayed brain response to processing words may flag up individuals vulnerable to the neurological disease before symptoms even begin, University of Birmingham experts claim.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
Brain takes seconds to switch modes during tasks
The brain rapidly switches between operational modes in response to tasks and what is replayed can predict how well a task will be completed, according to a new study in rats.
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Low Glucose Levels Found in Obese, Type 2 Diabetes Patients
It is important to control blood glucose levels, too high sugar levels for longer period of time increases the risk of developing diabetes complications.
Attorney: Westlake man charged with defrauding Cleveland Clinic will be cleared
An attorney for a former Cleveland Clinic spinoff company executive charged with defrauding the Clinic believes his client will be vindicated, and said that while the some of...
MAF Amplification to Validate If Zoledronic Acid Treatment is Beneficial
Study identifies the effect of MAF amplification on the outcome of treatment with adjuvant zoledronic in breast cancer patients.
Listeria test prompts FSIS recall of Fresh Foods chicken bowls
Fresh Foods Manufacturing Co. of Freedom, PA, is recalling 701 pounds of heat-treated, not fully cooked, not shelf stable chicken products that may be adulterated withListeria...
Tuna loins recalled in several states for risk of Salmonella
Relish Foods Inc. of Culver City, CA, is recalling frozen Newport brand tuna loins because a routine, random test by the Food and Drug Administration returned results for...
Insurance A Major Factor In Blacks' Higher Breast Cancer Mortality
Black women's breast cancer mortality is now 40 percent higher than white women's.
Chronic Pain Isn't Stopping Lady Gaga From Doing WORK in the Gym
Ever since Lady Gaga opened up about her chronic pain disorder on Gaga: Five Foot Two , we've been wondering how the heck this superwoman does so much every day. She has...
Easy No-Cook Salsa Recipe
Get the chips ready for this quick and easy No-Cook Restaurant-Style Salsa recipe! In less than five minutes, you will have a delicious, healthy appetizer or snack everyone...
Hospitals Are Paying Billions To Recruit Nurses In The Face Of Looming Shortage
By 2024, there will be more than one million job openings for registered nurses.
FDA Approves 2nd Gene Therapy
Yescarta fights a type of lymphoma; move is heralded as helping open 'new era' in medical care Related MedlinePlus Pages: Genes and Gene Therapy , Lymphoma