An interactive computer program about depression shown to patients before they see their primary-care doctor could help persons detect if they need medical attention according to a new study.
Chronic stress is deemed to be a stress the body produces to fight an infection or trauma that never existed. According to a new study this kind of stress is associated with health problems.
Two dangerous pesticides are linked to increasing the risk of endometriosis in reproductive-age women according to a new study.
Calm individuals perform better on standardized tests during the job interviewing process according to a new study.
Psychologists believe there is a difference between being depressed and being “almost depressed” and having anxiety or being “almost anxious.”
According to a new study, a new technique has emerged to identify whether your DNA comes from your mother or father. This technique can be a breakthrough for scientists in investigating how genes contribute to disease, improving the process to match donors with organs and to understand human migration patterns.
A new study suggest that the HPV vaccine given to girls to protect against cervical cancer, may only need one dose instead of the recommended three doses in order to provide long-term protection.
People who are in tune with their own thoughts and emotions are less affected by positive rewards according to a new study.
A new study finds that most parents who assist their children with inhaled asthma medications don’t know all the proper instructions.
Keeping gums healthy could help in the prevention of heart disease according to a new study.
Anxiety disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder can develop after an overly stressful experience. Exposure therapy is a common treatment for those who suffer from an anxiety disorder because the patient tries to overcome their dear in a safe environment.
Children who experience language difficulties may continue to develop emotional and behavioral problems in adulthood according to a new study.
Many employers have taken initiative to ban smoking in their workplaces in order to reduce second-hand smoke and to encourage their employees to stop smoking. A new study suggests that let alone prohibiting smoking habits at work will not ensure the reduction or quitting of smoking because smokers may be influenced by another smoker at home.
The addictions of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes have been analyzed by scientists for years. According to the South China Morning Post, more recently addictive behaviors such as the addiction to the internet and gaming are being studied in an attempt to correlate all addictions and find an effective treatment.
There are two types of eaters when it comes to being overwhelmingly stressed, the ones who lose their appetite and the ones who crave sweet and salty snacks. We have perceived stress eaters are the ones who gain the most weight, but a new study said this is not necessarily true because their eating habits change when they are not under stress.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.