Study explores how patients want to discuss symptoms with doctors
Sleep, pain, anxiety, depression, and low energy/fatigue symptoms are extremely common, but often unrecognized and undertreated by primary care physicians.
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Breast Cancer Survivors May Have Lingering Mental Health Issues
Breast cancer survivors may be more likely to experience anxiety, depression, sleep troubles and other mental health issues than women who have not been diagnosed with the...
3 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
How do I know if my baby has roseola?
Melissa Murray isn't a doctor, but she has picked up more than a little knowledge on the fly about roseola thanks to her sons, Rowan, 7, and Ryder, 3. When Rowan was 18 months...
3 hours ago - Today's Parent
Cold Medicine for kids
You may have heard that the FDA has cautioned gainst giving any kind of cold medicine to kids saying that it does not do any good anyway. I am not too sure about this as we...
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Doubled Risk of Refractory Hypertension With Sleep Apnea in Blacks
"Under-recognized" risk factor in African-Americans
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Experts address sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury
Disorders of sleep are some of the most common problems experienced by patients after traumatic brain injury. It is important to recognize and treat these problems early to...
14 hours ago - News Medical
This Santa understands kids with autism. because he has it, too
This Santa doesn't see you when you're sleeping, or know when you're awake. But he knows how to bond with you if you have autism.
18 hours ago - NBC News
Genes play a role in physical activity and sleep
Time spent sitting, sleeping and moving is determined in part by our genes, University of Oxford researchers have shown.
19 hours ago - News Medical
Genetic changes associated with physical activity reported
Time spent sitting, sleeping and moving appears to be determined, in part, by our genes, researchers have shown.
19 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Good nutrition plays an important role in how well we sleep
Good nutrition is one of the major contributors to overall health since it provides the body with the fuel it needs to function throughout the day. Moreover, it is also...
1 day ago - Natural News
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Few Brain Tumors Responds to Immunotherapy: New Study
Brain tumors like gliomas have become resistant to chemotherapy and radiotherapy. But they are sensitive to immunotherapy especially the slow-growing forms
Aggressive Treatment of Hypertension in Stroke Patients is Detrimental
Lowering the pressure with extensive treatment with anti-hypertensive drugs in stroke patients can be more dangerous in the long run.
Motor Neuron Excitability Could be Reduced by Ezogabine
A recent completed clinical trial on ezogabine proved that it reduced motor neuron excitability in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis by causing activation of...
New research concludes that loud music played during spin classes can cause...
Loud music might be pumping you up during spin classes, but Harvard researchers believe it also harms your hearing. They reported that the music played during most spin classes...
Just 4 weeks on an e-bike can dramatically improve your health
Using electronic bikes is as beneficial as using conventional bicycles in improving cardiorespiratory fitness, according to a study published in the Clinical Journal of Sport...
Shihu, a highly valued herb in traditional Chinese medicine, can help reduce...
The Dendrobium genus of orchids is commonly used as ornamental plants across the globe. However, data from a study has revealed that these unique flowering plants may also...
Brain-Eating Amoeba Tied to Tap Water in Neti Pot
This a rare case that serves as a reminder for people to follow the directions when using a Neti pot, and to use only boiled or distilled water, said Dr. Charles Cobbs, a...
Supreme Court Declines Key Planned Parenthood Case
Abortion opponents have say Planned Parenthood - the nation's largest abortion provider - should not receive any government money.
Lifelong Exercise Habits Can Keep Your Heart And Muscles 30 Years Younger
Seniors that have regularly exercised for decades are now fabulously fit and healthy in their 70s and 80s You probably don't need to read yet another article about how exercise...
Daniel Hayes: Making peace with the long game
As a devoted runner, fitness was just a way of life for Daniel Hayes. So when his health threw him a curveball and he wound up on meds that slowed his metabolism, none of his...