In recent years, public health officials have warned about a rising epidemic of loneliness, with rates of loneliness reportedly doubling over the past 50 years. In a new study, researchers at University of California San
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 19, 2018 — A sickle cell disease prevention and treatment program in the United States has been reauthorized to receive nearly $5 million each year over the next five years. The measure was
The brain is an energy-intensive organ, using around 20 percent of the body’s calories, so it needs plenty of good fuel to maintain concentration throughout the day. The brain also requires certain nutrients to stay
Gone are the days of skipping arm exercises out of fear of getting too bulky (lol, #tbt). Arm workouts are an important component of sculpting a strong body, and there’s no shortage of great moves
If you really want a set of 8-pack abs, your core routines should be more challenging than just flopping down in the corner of the gym and crunching into oblivion. A lot more work (and
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Experts find cause of chronic fatigue syndrome There are some people who suffer from the so-called chronic fatigue syndrome. So far, however, was still unclear, thus this disease is actually triggered. Researchers found out now
(HealthDay)—An analysis of electronic health record data reveals considerable differences in hypertension control across health systems, according to a study published in the November-December issue of the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
Allergy sufferers, listen up: your bedroom may be the source of your sniffles. Dust mites are the most common cause of allergies from house dust, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
When improved antidepressants hit the market in the 1980s, heavy drinking among people with depression dropped 22 percent, suggesting people who knowingly use drugs and alcohol to relieve mental and physical pain will switch to