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Teens who are depressed are more likely to be obese, smoke cigarettes, lead sedentary lives and suffer from cardiac disease – even if they no longer s...
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Depressed heart failure patients are four times more likely to die and twice as likely to go to the emergency room or be hospitalized than patients wh...
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We try to focus on the positive – dangle the carrot rather than wield the stick. But a new study out of The University of Nottingham has found that i...
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Exercise may be the key to helping kids cope with stress. A new study shows that sedentary children exposed to stressful events produced more of the...
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A new study has found that nearly one in four women newly diagnosed with breast cancer reports symptoms indicating that she suffers from post-traumati...
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New research has found that part of the brain allows eating just for pleasure. It may be an insect’s brain, but the findings could have significant i...
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Proper eating habits improve not only the physical health of dementia patients, but also their mental health. A program designed to help dementia pat...
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While exposure therapy may help some people with phobias, confronting fear alone won’t always make it go away. Researchers now suggest that people w...
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According to a new study, children who are bullied are at an increased risk of developing anxiety disorders and depression when they become adults. Th...
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When children overreact to stress, they may inadvertently be causing a physical reaction that puts them at risk for becoming overweight or obese. “O...

 
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