Archive for August, 2009

What She Sees In Your Face

August 24th, 2009
What She Sees In Your FaceNew research suggests that what a woman sees in a man's face is more complicated than meets the eye. Researchers recently found evidence to support ...

Teens’ Abuse of ADHD Drugs Rise

August 24th, 2009
Teens Abuse of ADHD Drugs RiseIn a new study examining the rate of calls to poison control centers around the U.S., researchers found a 76 percent increase in calls ...

Cultural Views Differ on Brain Aging

August 24th, 2009
Cultural Views Differ on Brain Aging  Cultural diversity implies that norms are different for various cultures. A new report has identified how ethnically, culturally, linguistically, and geographically diverse groups think about aging and ...

Crying Through Class

August 24th, 2009
Crying Through Class A new college class gets personal as students tackle the topic of loss and mourning. In fact, the instructor regularly brings a box of Kleenex tissues. The class goes deeper than the ...

Off-Label Use May Be Off-Track

August 24th, 2009
Off-Label Use May Be Off-TrackWhen physicians use a medication for a condition that is not approved as the major use of the drug, the practice is called an off-label prescription. In a recent ...

Economic Stress Depresses Young Adults

August 24th, 2009
Economic Stress Depresses Young AdultsA new study suggests the current economic crisis will do more than just affect the pocketbook of our young workforce. The review is based on historical information that discovered being ...

Psychotherapy, Drugs Help Pregnant Women with Depression

August 23rd, 2009
Psychotherapy, Drugs Help Pregnant Women with DepressionDepression during pregnancy remains an unrecognized and under-treated concern. Last week, two professional groups joined together to issue new guidelines to help ...

Postpartum Depression’s Effect on the Baby

August 21st, 2009
Postpartum Depression's Effect on the BabyWhile it is fairly obvious that postpartum depression can hinder a mother's ability to take care of her newborn, a new study looks at ...

Training Soldiers To Be Resilient

August 21st, 2009
Train Soldiers To Be Resilient A new Army program will train families, civilians and soldiers on methods to improve mental fitness. The program, called master resiliency training, is taught by experts from the ...

Sleep: A Common Science Mystery

August 21st, 2009
A Common Science MysteryIt may be a surprise that an activity we perform for one third of our life is an endeavor that modern science has a hard time explaining. The event spans ...
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