Researchers from University of Warwick have revealed that about 150 million adults across the developing world are suffering from sleep-related problems.
A latest study reveals that people with poor mental health are at higher risk of encountering an early death. The study in UK states that a quarter of adults are at risk even if their problems are mild. It further says that people with depression or other major mental health problems are more prone to lower life expectancy. British researchers have found that those who have 'sub-clinical' anxiety or depression had 20 per cent higher chances of dying over a decade than those who did not, ...
Researchers have revealed that childhood obesity could be disrupting the timing of puberty and ultimately lead to a diminished ability to reproduce, especially in females.
researchers reviewed several past studies and they say it suggests that sex the night before competition has no effect on physiological test results. They did, however, note that there is a need for more research on the topic of sexual activity and athletic performance.
A new research has noted that when we self-diagnose ourselves, we often draw the wrong conclusions.
According to researchers from the Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, caregivers of stroke survivors are at risk for developing depression and complications from chronic stress.
According to the researchers, poor mothers are more likely to be classified as having the mental illness known as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) because they live in poverty.
A latest research claims that sleep deprivation after a stressful event is good for the mental well-being.
A latest study reveals that psychological stress can lead to premature aging in people.
An ABC News investigation has claimed that "inadequately trained" dentists are putting American children at risk by sedating them for even routine tooth cleaning and cavity treatments.
There is an extraordinary trend in mental illness: an increase in the prevalence of reported anxiety disorders of more than 1,200 percent since 1980.
Among many speculations regarding what pregnant woman should and shouldn't consume is the debate over coffee consumption by expectant mothers.
Researchers are saying that "most existing therapies are not designed to treat co-existing psychological problems and are therefore not very successful in helping children with complex emotional issues."
People with traces of anxiety related issues suffer more with technology acting as a tipping point
A study in Behavioral and Brain Functions journal says that it affects both sexes equally but girls are at a higher risk