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Crohn’s disease patients report high fatigue levels, according to research. Often overlooked by doctors, fatigue as a symptom can have a large toll on the quality of life in Crohn’s disease patients. Previous studies have shown links between fatigue and… Read More
Rheumatoid arthritis and gout hospitalization trends have reversed, according to new research. In the last two decades, there has been a switch in hospital admission trends, with more gout patients being hospitalized than rheumatoid arthritis patients. Researcher Sian Yik Lim… Read More
May is the National Stroke Awareness Month, so we compiled an overview of some of the many factors contributing to stroke, including high blood pressure, the Mediterranean diet, migraine with aura, and the flu vaccine. Stroke is a… Read More
If you’re a male, having a deeper voice doesn’t necessarily make you more attractive to women, but it is associated with greater dominance. Two new experiments revealed the differences in the perceived attractiveness of deeper male voice between the animal… Read More
Fibromyalgia affects sensory perception and blunts touch perception. The findings of the study reveal that there is abnormal processing of signals in C-type skin nerves (associated with the perception of touch) in fibromyalgia.
The researchers from the National Center for… Read More
April 2016 is IBS Awareness Month, which highlights health conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), diverticulitis, IBS symptoms, anxiety, and depression. IBS is a growing gastrointestinal problem, affecting nine to 23 percent of the world’s population.… Read More
Heart attack recovery is slower with mental stress in women. Women experience higher stress levels than men, which can contribute to worsened recovery outcomes when it comes to heart attack, according to researchers at Yale University.
First author Xiao Xu… Read More
Stroke risk may increase with caring for a sick spouse or experiencing violence. In a study, spouse caregivers that were stressed had a 95 percent higher risk of stroke compared to matched controls.
Lead author, Sindhu Lakkur, said, “Stroke is… Read More
Watermelon juice has been found to relieve sore muscles after exercise. Watermelons are mainly made up of water, but they also contain essential vitamins and minerals that your body requires to feel great. For example, watermelons actually have high antioxidant… Read More
Mindfulness is linked to better blood sugar levels and cardiovascular health. Mindfulness is the inherent trait of being aware of one’s present thoughts and feelings. The study from Brown University looked at 399 people, using health indicators that included dispositional… Read More
The fountain of youth has yet to be discovered, so we must come up with our own means to extend our lives. When it comes to longevity, some things are pretty obvious: don’t smoke, exercise, and eat well. Although those… Read More
Did you know that how you cope with life stress and the general hubbub of modern society may increase your risk for insomnia?
I’ve found myself snacking at night more often than usual, and not on the right foods. Even… Read More