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  • Women heart attack
    Anxiety, depression higher in women suffering from heart attacks
    Women have a higher risk than men of developing anxiety and depression following a heart attack (myocardial infarction) episode. A new study sheds this light of certain risk factors to assist in effective treatment plans specifically designed for...
  • Physical activity alleviates depression in adults
    Physical activity alleviates depression in adults
    Any good doctor will tell you that regular exercise is imperative to good physical health. For some, it also seems to help stabilize moods. According to a recent study published in JAMA Psychiatry, physical activity is now shown to not only reduce...
  • New book to be released
    Prayer and the Issues of Life
    Prayer, Service of the HeartAbove all that you watch over well attend to your heart; for out of it emerge the issues of life. (Proverbs 4:23)THE ISSUES OF LIFEIt happens to us all. Normal people carrying on normally day after day all have them. ...
  • depression
    Alternative remedies for Depression
    Depression is a very serious issue. There are literally millions of people who suffer from this mental illness. There are probably millions of people who suffer from depression that have not yet been diagnosed or put on medication.There are many...
  • Equal Rights for Brains
    Depression: The need for annual screenings
    Most people are in the habit of scheduling routine medical appointments for themselves and loved ones, but unless there's an emotionally pressing reason, many do not get screened for all-consuming and lingering bouts of sadness, hopelessness,...
  • Concerned with employee productivity?
    New book promotes productivity in the workplace with brain health
    David Mahoney was a smart businessman interested in the bottom line of his companies, which included Avis-Rent-A-Car, Hunt Wesson Foods, Good Humor, and many others. Capital Region businessmen would want his savvy and curiosity: What causes...
  • Kayelyn Louder
    What happened to Kayelyn Louder?
    Have you seen this missing woman? The disappearance of 30-year-old Kayelyn Louder is an immediate mystery, and the circumstances surrounding her disappearance are suspicious, indeed. This Monday news report reveals that the missing Utah woman...
  • Learn you Mental Health limits October 9 and 10
    Learn you Mental Health limits October 9 and 10
    Caregivers and their patients have an increased possibly of being depressed. The U.S. medical community defines depression as a type of mental illness. From time to time all of us find ourselves in a situation where short-term depression is either...
  • Smoking girl
    Risky behaviors after head injury more common in girls than boys
    Although both male and female adolescents who survive a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are more likely to engage in harmful behaviors, a new study from Canada found that girls are at a higher risk for problem-causing practices. Led by Gabriela Ilie,...
  • Finding happiness in America
    Finding happiness in America
    Would you like to go on awonderful journey? It’s a journey of self-discovery, from the inside-out, one that involves pleasant readings through passages that enable you to reflect on where you are and to imagine new possibilities for...
  • Kate's baby
    Post-partum depression or baby blues may be caused by the thyroid
    It should be big news to women to discover that post-partum depression, or the baby blues, may have a very real physical cause. According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrineologists, the condition is called “post-partum...
  • Cup of coffee
    Aromatherapy for seasonal affective disorder
    Looking for natural remedies for seasonal affective disorder? Try some aromatherapy. Sunlight deprivation can take a heavy toll on your mood. If winter's got you singing the blues, look to aromatherapy for help. Energizers for seasonal...
  • The depression cycle.
    Researcher discovers brain chemistry of random decision making
    Most decisions are based on past experience and are made in a discernible pattern. When people are exposed to situations that do not fit past experience and are too complex to allow success based on past experience the brain switches to a defined...
  • Walk off depression and beat stress with a nature walk
    Walk off depression and beat stress by getting outside for a group nature walk
    News yesterday from the University of Michigan that one of the best ways to deal with stress is to walk it off with a group of people comes at a bad time as winter approaches.On the other hand this news is great incentive to get out for a breath...
  • Walk off your depression
    Walk off your depression
    DEAR JIM: I’m 71, and I have suffered several personal losses in the past year that have sent me into a terrible state of depression, and I can’t seem to shake it. I lost my husband, my mother, and my sister all in the same year. It...