New studies show that breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy are more likely to keep most of their hair using a new device.
Drug-free options are much recommended due to the nation's opioid epidemic. Non-drug therapy treatments are less costly and safe.
Unlike a couch-based counselling session, therapy with walking makes the client feel present in the moment of the environment.
It’s a moment 6-year-old Jimmy Spagnolo’s family has been waiting for since he was just 4 months old — the day the little boy would finally reach the end of his chemotherapy treatments. "We all came alive in that moment to share with Jimmers is ending to something hard and his beginning to new hope for his future!!"
A third of the study population had a recurrence of difficult memory, more anxiety and felt stressed.
A technique called SRS Microscopy could possibly help doctors in analyzing brain cancers and decide how much tissue to remove.
Exercise can reportedly delay the brain degeneration among people with Parkinson's disease.
A new treatment that may help alcoholic addicts is being tested by psychologists for treatment. Ketamine, a tranquilizer is believed to be capable of erasing drink-related memories.
OSA is a condition that causes people to stop breathing at night while sleeping because of the throat muscle relaxation.
Researchers believe that a personality change may happen if one is willing to focus and do the process systematically.
The study also finds that men commit suicide more than women, but men do not seek psychological help as much as women.
At times, most of us experience the changes in season. Some would welcome it though it may come with something that one least expects.
Food and Drug Administration-approved therapy could be effective in treating both older and African American patients suffering from advanced lung cancer who may not be candidates for chemotherapy, according to a new study.
Internet therapy has been proven to provide effective treatment for postnatal depression according to a new pilot study.
Exercise is recommended by doctors for everyone, from children, to the elderly, simply because of various benefits it brings. Be it for normal body weight or keeping the heart healthy, physical activity is one of the key factors for a healthy life. According to a new study, even moderate amount of exercise or physical activity could prove beneficial for premenopausal women in reducing sclerostin-a known inhibitor of bone formation. Also, it boosts IGF-1 levels, which are known to have a very positive effect on bone formation, reports Medical Xpress.