Commentary: Fifty Years of Development in Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Research and Practice: How Far Have we Come?
Back in 1977, while writing their review, Gogan, O'Malley, and Foster most likely could not have foreseen the dramatic changes in pediatric cancer care that had yet to come...
26 days ago - Journal of Pediatric Psychology - 2 articles
Effectiveness of a telephone-delivered psycho-behavioural intervention on depression in elderly with chronic heart failure: rationale and design of a randomized controlled trial
Depression is common among chronic heart failure patients, and it is associated with significant re-hospitalization and mortality as well as lower quality of life. While...
2 monthes ago - Nutrition Journal
New project addresses trauma and aggression in young migrants
How do experiences with stress and violence determine, define and organize the memories of young people? Can certain psycho-physiological mechanisms related to violence and...
3 monthes ago - News Medical
The evaluation of the effects of open and closed rhinoplasty on the psychosocial stress level and quality of life of rhinoplasty patients
To investigate patient-reported functional and aesthetic outcomes and psycho-social distress levels in rhinoplasty patients with respect to technique, type and indications of...
4 monthes ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Study: COPD patients need more support when understanding new chest symptoms
People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease need more support when understanding and acting on new chest symptoms, a study in the journal Psycho-Oncology reports.
6 monthes ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Exploring racial disparities in social support needs among breast cancer patients
In a Psycho-Oncology study of 28 women who were being treated for breast cancer and were participating in focus groups, White participants noted that having other breast cancer...
6 monthes ago - News Medical
Early collaboration with psycho-oncologists can make ‘meaningful difference' in reducing suicide risk
Despite treatment advances and corresponding improvements in survival, suicide rates among those with cancer are alarmingly high - two times that of the general U.S...
6 monthes ago - Healio - 3 articles
Effect of Psycho-educational Team on Early Breast Cancer Patients
A psycho-educational study was conducted on early stage breast cancer patients to help women cope up with the physical, emotional, and lifestyle changes after the diagnosis of...
7 monthes ago - Medindia Health
Researchers conduct psycho-educational study on early stage breast cancer patients
Cancer is a psychologically traumatic experience for affected individuals. Chemotherpautic medications can also be painful to the same patients.
7 monthes ago - News Medical - 3 articles
Living in Greener Neighborhoods may Keep Your Heart Healthy
Living in a neighborhood dense with trees and bushes may improve the health of your heart and blood vessels. Also, greenspaces have positive effects on overall physical and...
8 monthes ago - Medindia Health - 3 articles
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Nicotine-free vaping can damage blood vessels
Despite claims that 'heat not burn' devices are safer, University of Pennsylvania researchers found that chemicals in even nicotine-free e-liquids are transformed into toxins...
This Is How Often You Should Exercise a Week to Lose Belly Fat, According to...
You've probably heard that if you want to transform your body, you've got to make changes to your nutrition, but that doesn't mean exercise is unimportant. If your goal is to...
Risks of Psychotic Disorders have Distinct Brain Abnormalities
There is a distinct relationship between the high risk for schizophrenia or bipolar disorder and brain development.
Dacomitinib in Advanced Lung Cancer: Risks Outweigh Survival Benefit
The German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care examined whether Dacomitinib offers an added benefit for lung cancer patients in comparison with the comparator...
Binge Drinking can Cause More Damage to Women than Men
Women are more susceptible to liver damage than men when they binge drink, finds a new study.
Genetic Risks and Differences in Gut Flora Together Play a Role in Diseases
Both hereditary and environmental factors such as gut flora play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease.
Study finds exercising in green spaces relieves stress more than going to an...
Mountain biking and running in areas with no urban views reduced stress the most in a study in Germany. Researchers said a 'calming' environment is the best to exercise in.
Football Can Be Beneficial For 55-70-Year-Old Women With Prediabetes
Prediabetes in 55-70-year old women could be tackled by a daily dosage of Football. It was helpful even if they did not have any prior experience.
Older Chinese Americans Face Increased Risk of Violence and Abuse in the Family
Chinese Americans are at risk of experiencing elder abuse, chronic health conditions, and even death. Culturally customized care services for older minorities need to be developed.
Aggressive Brain Tumor Could be Diagnosed Using Simple Blood Test in Future
Simple blood test can help diagnose the most aggressive type of brain tumor, known as glioblastoma, finds a new study.