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Craving time on the computer results in neglect of real-life personal relationship and can lead to marital problems and even divorce.
A recent study concluded that depression can be linked to a higher risk of death due to a whole host of conditions, not just from heart disease and suicide which were previously linked.
Depression is an all too frequent problem for mothers of children with autism.
Lab tests of Bowman-Birk inhibitor (BBI), a soy-derived protease inhibitor, show promise in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis.
Concerns over one's appearance, specifically expectations of being rejected based on appearance, can seriously affect a person's mental and physical health.
Evidence strongly supports that individuals who adopt a diet rich in whole grains, vegetables and fiber and cut back on unhealthy fats and red meat can reduce their risk of developing diabetes.
There are growing concerns that environmental toxins may play a larger role in children's developmental disorders than previously thought.
For those suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, using probiotics to modulate intestinal flora promises to be a safe and relatively inexpensive new treatment for abdominal pain.
Researchers found that regular exercise helps better manage blood sugar levels in those with type 2 diabetes.
With over 17 million patients treated each year for sinus problems, researchers report that physicians are over treating both acute and chronic sinus inflammation, as compared to published treatment guidelines.
Anger and depression in men lead to a higher incidence of heart disease, diabetes and hypertension.
For the 20th consecutive year, Japanese women have claimed the title of the world's longest living group. Find out the secret to their longevity
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) supplements reduce the rate of first time fractures by 22% in men and women over 65 years of age.
A new study links eating whole grains to a lower risk of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis or asthma.