College students are seeking help for mental health issues
Rates of college students who visited a mental health counselor doubled in 2016, according to Penn State University. These students said they were stressed, anxious and depressed.
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This Is Why I'm Not Embracing My Curves This Summer
My curves are an outward symbol of my inner stress. Contrary to how body-positive ads would like me to feel, I'm not in love with them, and I certainly don't want to show them...
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Study highlights effects of psychosocial stress in adolescent brain
Recent findings indicated associations between hyperactive amygdala responses and regions responsible for emotional processing with high levels of psychosocial stress in...
8 hours ago - Healio - 2 articles
Stop stress eating by walking and making a playlist
A common way people deal with stress is eating, reaching for junk food when tensions are high. US and Australian nutritionists and dietitians recommend going for a walk or...
10 hours ago - Daily Mail
Mildly stressing muscle metabolism reverses diabetes and obesity in mice
Mildly stressing muscle metabolism boosts levels of a beneficial hormone that prevents obesity and diabetes in mice, according to a new study by researchers at the University...
12 hours ago - News Medical
Chances Are You've Stressed About This At Least Once In The Last Week
Call it the cycle of insomnia. You stress about catching enough sleep, but that stress actually prevents you from snagging
17 hours ago - The Huffington Post
Could acupuncture cure urinary incontinence?
The electroacupuncture method was tested on 504 women who had stress incontinence by researchers at the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in Beijing.
20 hours ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Foreign Physicians May Not Be Hurt by Travel Ban Stay
Experts believe that foreign medical residents and fellows should be okay, but they still stress uncertainty in how the administration will interpret this week's Supreme Court...
21 hours ago - Medscape
Extreme Anxiety or Sorrow May Increase Risk of Death in Heart Disease Patients
Mental distress activates the sympathetic nervous system and boosts stress hormone levels which can induce harmful physiological effects.
23 hours ago - Medindia Health - 3 articles
Bereavement traumatises Aboriginal youths
An inquest into a disturbing cluster of suicides by Aboriginal youths in Western Australia's far north will hear how bereavement stress is causing indigenous children to despair.
1 day ago - Sydney Morning Herald
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Could Teenage Weight Gain be Linked to Stroke Risk in Adulthood?
Eighty percent of overweight teens more likely to suffer from high blood pressure and a stroke in adulthood.
Breast Cancer: Family and Friends May Influence Treatment Decisions
Breast cancer is the abnormal proliferation of cells in the breast. A new study finds family and friends to likely influence the patient's treatment decisions.
President Trump likely to sign popular agro-terrorism bill
President Donald J. Trump is shortly expected to sign H.R. 1238, also called the “Securing our Agriculture and Food Act,” to coordinate efforts to defend U.S. food, agriculture...
Resveratrol compound in grapes found to kill cancer stem cells
The answer to preventing colon cancer could be literally dangling in front of you. That is, if you're in a vineyard. Scientists have recently discovered that grapes could hold...
Demand for Medical Cosmetic Procedures Increasing Worldwide
The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery has released the results of its annual Global Aesthetic Survey for 2016. The United States ranks No. 1 for total number...
Why I Refuse to Watch What I Eat on Vacation
I am not one of those people who can eat whatever I want and never gain weight. I've also been lucky to have never seriously struggled with my weight. However, like most adult...
Which of these are you?
When it comes to our nutrition, most of want to eat better, we just don't know how. What really makes a change and gets us ready to break out of our old bad eating routines we...
Patients Hospitalized for Heart Failure Declined in US
Efforts to improve outpatient treatment and prevention measures have successfully reduced the number of heart failure patients needing hospitalization.
Protozoa and Giardia: The Most Common Causes of Waterborne Outbreaks
In developed countries, protozoa of the genera Cryptosporidium and Giardia are among the most common causes of waterborne diarrhoeal outbreaks.
Experts Still Trying to Make Sense of How Seizures Start and Spread
Epilepsy is a fairly common neurological disorder that affects 50 million people around the world. In the United States, it affects about 3 million people.