Tag Archives: mental health
Ulcerative colitis risk is linked to childhood physical and sexual abuse, according to research. The researchers at the University of Toronto uncovered that adults who were exposed to physical or sexual abuse in the childhood were approximately twice as likely… Read More
May is Mental Health Month, and in light of this we have compiled a roundup of some of our news pieces that discuss schizophrenia, yeast infections, bipolar disorder, major depression, and asthma. These stories discuss stress and anxiety triggers… Read More
Prevention of Alzheimer’s disease may be possible with high caffeine intake. The study suggests that caffeine intake may reduce beta amyloid plaque buildup, which is a characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease. The researchers explored opportunities for caffeine to reduce beta… Read More
Poor oral hygiene has been linked to poor mental health in seniors, but the findings just suggest an association and do not establish a cause-and-effect relationship. Researchers reviewed studies on oral health and cognitive decline published between 1993 and 2013.… Read More
ADHD symptoms from childhood may persist due to high levels of parental criticism. Generally, symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) lessen with age, but for some children they do not as they may be reinforced by parental criticism.
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Parkinson’s disease symptoms and falls can be reduced by common dementia drug along with simple home remedies. Researchers have found that a common dementia drug may help prevent debilitating falls in Parkinson’s disease. The findings showed that Parkinson’s disease patients… Read More
When our ears begin to ring, or when we find ourselves asking people to repeat what they said or speak louder, we often attribute this to age-related hearing loss. Over time, those countless years of loud noises and other ear… Read More
Mental health and brain power can be restored with vigorous exercise in older adults. The findings were uncovered through the use of imaging scans by UC Davis Health System, revealing that vigorous exercise increases levels of two common neurotransmitters that… Read More
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month 2016, which touches upon topics such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), pregnancy complications, pelvic pain in women, and weight loss. Endometriosis affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide and not only negatively impacts a woman’s life,… Read More
Women who suffer from pelvic pain due to endometriosis may need help with their mental health. A new study suggests, endometriosis and psychological health are connected.
Endometriosis is a disorder that impacts the tissue lining the inside of the uterus,… Read More
In a recently conducted Mayo Clinic study which involved people over 40 years who received anesthesia, researchers found that the development of mild cognitive impairment MCI) later in life had nothing to do with the anesthesia.
Mild cognitive impairment is… Read More
Schizophrenia risk may be revealed by face reading and finger length according to research. The findings uncovered that deficits in emotional recognition may be a precursor to schizophrenia symptoms and may help identify those at highest risk to develop the… Read More
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