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Hearing Birds Chirping Is Associated with an Improvement in Mental Well-being

There’s something about hearing birds chirping that is so peaceful and calming, and it turns out that this effect can be good for mental health. A recent study has shown that there is a correlation between hearing birds singing and improved mental well-being. Researchers found that participants who heard bird songs reported feeling happier, more here to read more

Study Finds Strong Link between Psychological Stress and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

New research has found a possible link between psychological stress and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). IBS is a condition that affects the large intestine and causes abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation. While the cause of IBS is unknown, it’s thought to be related to changes in how the brain and gut interact. There here to read more

Traffic-Related Air Pollution in Residential Areas Increases Dementia Risk: Study

Did you know that living in a busy city or even a residential area can increase your risk for dementia? A new study has linked traffic-related air pollution to an increased incidence of the neurodegenerative disease. Researchers found that for every one microgram per cubic meter (µg/m3) increase of fine particulate matter exposure, the risk here to read more

Childhood Temperament Can Identify Future Risks of Anxiety and Depression: Study

According to recent research, childhood temperament and a neural process may predict the risk of developing anxiety and depression later in life. This new information from The University of Texas at Dallas could help shape how mental health is handled in adolescence and early adulthood. The study analyzed information from 165 individuals from 4 months here to read more


People With Schizophrenia Are 2.5 Times More Likely Develop Dementia: Study

A recent study has found that people with schizophrenia are 2.5 times more likely to develop dementia than those without mental illness. While the correlation between the two conditions has long been known, researchers are still trying to determine the exact cause. The study’s authors say that more research is needed to better understand the here to read more