Yoga May Help Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients

Yoga 'improves quality of life' for breast cancer patients Radiation therapy is one of the main treatments for cancer, and one of the most common side effects of the treatment is fatigue. But new research from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center suggests that for breast cancer … [Read more...]

Is Diet Soda Really Effective in Weight Loss?

Can Diet Sodas Make You Gain Weight?   If you want to lose weight, drinking diet soda probably won't help. Diet sodas have never been proven to help anyone lose unwanted pounds. In fact, research from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has shown that overweight and obese people … [Read more...]

Botox to Treat Depression?

Could depression be treated with botox? New study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research reports that patients injected with onabotulinumtoxin A ("Botox") demonstrated substantial improvement in their depressive symptoms In the largest randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study to … [Read more...]

Being Upset at Your Spouse May Mean Something Else to Your Health

Anger at your spouse could be related to blood sugar   Lower levels of blood sugar may make married people angrier at their spouses and even more likely to lash out aggressively, new research reveals. The study shows how one simple, often overlooked factor - hunger caused by low levels of … [Read more...]

Dog Ownership May Help Children With Autism

Families of children with autism benefit from dog ownership   Many families face the decision of whether to get a dog. For families of children with autism, the decision can be even more challenging. Now, a University of Missouri researcher has studied dog ownership decisions in families of … [Read more...]

Antidepressant Taken During Pregnancy Linked to Autism

Antidepressant Use in Pregnancy Tied to Autism Risk   Boys with autism were three times more likely to have been exposed to antidepressants known as SSRIs in the womb than typically developing children, according to new research. The new study also found that boys whose mothers took SSRIs -- … [Read more...]

SSRI Used in Pregnancy Linked to Male Autism

Male autism risk linked to SSRI use in pregnancy   Taking certain medications prescribed to treat depression, anxiety and other mental-health problems during pregnancy has been linked to a higher risk of autism and developmental delays in male children, according to a study published in … [Read more...]

Low Vitamin D in Children Linked to Fatty Liver Disease

Study of UK children finds low vitamin D linked to fatty liver disease   A UK study[i] investigating the link between low vitamin D status and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in British children has identified a genetic variant associated with the disease's severity. The research, … [Read more...]

Aerobic Exercise Linked to Memory Boost in Women

Regular aerobic exercise boosts memory area of brain in older women Regular aerobic exercise seems to boost the size of the area of the brain (hippocampus) involved in verbal memory and learning among women whose intellectual capacity has been affected by age, indicates a small study published … [Read more...]

All About Natural Food Coloring

What You Should Know About Natural Food Coloring   When you walk down the aisles of your local grocery store, there's a good chance you'll see a parent or two scrupulously reading packaging for buzzwords, like healthy, organic and natural -- the list goes on. Maybe you're one of those … [Read more...]

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