Archives for January, 2007 - Page 2

Depression amid Chronic Disease

Receiving the diagnosis of a chronic disease or cancer is a traumatic, life-changing event. Unfortunately, the mental health effect of the incident is often obscured by attention to the...
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Side-Effects Determine Antidepressant

A new study has found that the 12 most commonly prescribed second-generation antidepressants have similar efficacy for treatment of acute-phase depression. However, side effects among the drugs varied, causing...
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Help for Men Who Are Premature

A novel treatment modality may offer first-line help for men experiencing the problem of premature ejaculation. According to a new study, use of a topical anesthetic spray delayed ejaculation...
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‘Learn’ to Slow Alzheimer’s

Keeping the mind active may slow the development of brain tangles that are associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists from UC Irvine believe that learning can delay...
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