Archives for April, 2007 - Page 2

Exercise May Lower Parkinson’s Risk

According to new research, the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease may be reduced with moderate to vigorous exercise or other recreational activities. In a prospective study, scientists followed nearly...
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New Approach for Schizophrenia

Converging discoveries from genetic, biochemical and behavioral research are bridging important gaps in understanding schizophrenia. Scientist report the studies provide the best evidence to date that defects in the...
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Depression May Cause Diabetes

Although it has been known that individuals with diabetes are often depressed, new research discovers chronic depression or depression that worsens over time may cause diabetes in older adults....
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Diet Stress

Individuals typically change their diet in an attempt to improve health and well-being. However, a new study finds that there may be physical and psychological effects from a changed...
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Talk Therapy for OCD

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is often a debilitating trait that can dramatically affect an individual’s life. In the popular television show, Monk, Adrian Monk faces a daily struggle with his...
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Family Counseling After Suicide

When a loved one commits suicide, relatives and spouses experience a cascade of emotions including grief, guilt, and depression. Prior studies indicate some family survivors may have particularly difficult...
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