Temozolomide: Chemotherapy Drug Treating Brain Cancer May Increase Vulnerability to Depression
Chemotherapy drug used in the treatment of brain cancer may increase the chances of depression, finds new study.
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3 Incredible Ways Running Can Improve Your Mood
Walking and running are great ways to improve cardiovascular health , build muscle, and lose weight. What you may not know is that walking and running come with benefits for...
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Babies need exercise too?
With about one-third of children in the United States who are overweight or obese, most parents know their kids should be getting at least an hour of exercise each day...
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24 Things To Do When The Weight Of Depression Keeps You From Getting Out Of Bed
The alarm buzzes, beeps or sings - and it's your cue to get up for the day. Whether you allow yourself a few extra warm minutes under the covers or need to spring out of bed to...
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Chemotherapy drug may increase vulnerability to depression
A chemotherapy drug used to treat brain cancer may increase vulnerability to depression by stopping new brain cells from growing, according to a new study.
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Brief Pediatrics-based Intervention Can Curb Anxiety, Depression
A brief, pediatrics-based behavioral intervention for anxiety and depression is associated with more benefits than referring children to an outpatient mental health setting...
1 day ago - Medscape
Even Mildly Insufficient Sleep Linked to Depression
Getting 6 hours of sleep per night, just 1 less than 'optimum sleep duration,' was associated with 60% to 80% greater risk for depression, hopelessness, and nervousness, report...
1 day ago - Medscape
Rivastigmine plus citalopram comparable to rivastigmine for depression in Alzheimer's
Rivastigmine plus citalopram did not have superior efficacy compared with rivastigmine alone among individuals with Alzheimer's disease, according to data presented at the...
1 day ago - Healio
Anti-VEGF patients feel anxiety and depression
Anti-VEGF patients feel anxiety and depression By Laird Harrison No one likes getting poked in the eye. So it's not surprising that patients receiving anti-vascular endothelial...
1 day ago - Modern Medicine
Novel mechanism of antidepressant action may benefit patients unresponsive to SSRI treatment
Antidepressants treat symptoms of depression by increasing levels of brain signaling molecules such as serotonin, as with the most widely used type of antidepressant, selective...
1 day ago - News Medical - 2 articles
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Why In-Person Personal Training is Better Than Online Personal Training
To say that in-person personal training is better than online personal training seems like a statement of the obvious. There are some considerable benefits to training in a gym...
More evidence for how Parkinson's starts in the gut
More evidence has emerged that Parkinson's disease may start in the gut. Patients who had part of a digestive tract nerve removed had a lesser risk of developing the disease...
Easy Skin Care Tips for Seniors
It's a fact of life: Over the years, skin evolves and changes. And taking care of your skin shouldn't be a priority just to keep it looking nice - it's also necessary to...
Energy drinks more dangerous than other caffeine options
The impact on the heart was significantly greater than drinking the same volume of a drink with the equivalent caffeine content, researchers from the US Air Force Medical...
New House Health Repeal Bill Is Already Losing The Senate
WASHINGTON ― While House Republicans have reanimated their push to repeal the Affordable Care Act by crafting a plan to appease conservatives, Senate moderates on Wednesday...
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Sleeping pills double the risk of a broken hip in 14 days
Taking benzodiazepines and so-called 'z-drugs' increases the risk of a fracture by 53 per cent after 15 to 30 days, according to researchers at Cardiff University and King's...
New technology aims to improve ease, accuracy of toric IOL surgery planning
A forthcoming innovation for a proprietary cataract/refractive surgical suite will make toric IOL selection simpler, more robust, and also enable surgeons to provide patients...
Smart blood test can show whether lung cancer will return
Experts at the Francis Crick Institute in London found unstable chromosomes within lung cancer cells dramatically increased the risk of tumours returning after surgery.