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A new study have formed recently on the mice which have stated that the exposure of early stress during the period of early pregnancy can even leave a long term change in the body, not only that it can be even passed across the generation. Through out the study the researchers have also concluded that Read more
Various biologists and psychologists have stated earlier about the light effects on mood, but now a new study has indicated that light can play the key role in the area of developing fear and anxiety. To justify the entire fact the team of researchers from University of Virginia have taken mice as models, where they Read more
Social media have both negative and positive impact among users. A person who uses Internet more frequently has some mental disorder. The positive effect for using such technology is that those people, who prefer to communicate through social media shows more concern for their online peers than people, who are not into social media. Psychology Read more
Diabetes can be kept at bay by regular resistance training, according to latest findings. The risk of Type 2 diabetes was found to be largely reduced when people are within the range of healthy body weight. The study has found that people who are obese and overweight are more prone to contracting diabetes since their Read more
Physical injury does not hold the title for the longest work absences, but MENTAL health issues do. According to the figures that the Bureau of Statistics publication, Australian Social Trends, June 2011 illustrated, that there are around 55 percent of people suffering from stress, or other mental conditions on their job forced to take five Read more
A new research has shown while the diesel burns, then many chemical particle produces, which are too much harmful, in the sense that it increases the chance of forming the blood clots in the arteries. If this happens then you are in a risk of developing heart attack or stroke.
According to two studies published in the August edition of the journal Pediatrics, kids exposed to secondhand smoking while growing up will likely become smoker themselves when they grow older. In the US, there are around 5 million children exposed to secondhand smoking putting them at risk for diseases like asthma, ear infections, and sudden Read more
A subtype of migraine with aura (Familial hemiplegic migraine) was studied and investigated using a mouse model having FHM2 to determine the cause of this migraine by the researchers of CNR institure of Neurosciece (Italy) and San Raffaele Scientific Institute (Milan).
Among the health issues the one of the leading concern is the sleep disorder. The problem has attained considerable attention just because of its negative impact on the human mind and body. The negative impact of sleeplessness on the individual may compel him to take part in any devastating and distressing activity. The outcome of Read more
Stress is the unexpected thing for many people. The fact says that Stress may affect the mental health. If the mental health has been attacked, the immune body will become weak and then body will be easy to be sick. Stress as the result of over pressure and undertaken control of emotion. Stress Relief helps to Read more
Bipolar illness is usually best treated with an educational rather than a psychodynamic approach. This illness seems less dependent on external events and styles of interacting, and more on chemical imbalances. It is also a chronic and recurrent illness that will not disappear, and it requires ongoing treatment to help you cope. When you suffer Read more