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Does exercise help in the treatment of depression and anxiety?

Mental health professionals need to look closer the importance of exercise in treatment of different mental health problems. A recent ...

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Empathy and bipolar disorder

Brain regions that regulate empathy are less activated in individuals with this disorder Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental illness ...

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Parental health issues and childrens’ welfare

The pediatric doctors can see the need for improvement but have failed to addressed them Researchers at John Hopkins University has ...

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Real cause of brain freeze

Sphenolopalatine ganglioneuralgia, commonly known as brain freeze is a usual phenomenon, especially if you are a lover of cold treats ...

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New update about how human brain learns fear

Human brain has evolved over millions of years. Neuroplasticity suggests that it keeps changing through new learnings. Developmental researches promote ...

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People who sleep walk, are better at multi-tasking

Somnambulism or Noctambulism is a sleep disorder, commonly known as sleepwalking. Person suffering from this disorder starts walking or performing ...

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Crying is Not Always Bad: Benefits of Shedding a Few Tears Sometimes

Many a times, when we feel some intense emotions, the natural response is crying. But come to think of it, ...

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Migraines Have Been Found To Be Linked With Vitamin Deficiencies in a Recent Study

It has been found in large groups of children, teenagers and young adults who have migraines that they have deficient ...

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Does diabetes cause itching: What does science has to say on this?

It is very common amongst diabetic population to experience high rates of itching. This is far more common as compared ...

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Differences between bipolar disorder and depression

Bipolar disorder and depression are mental conditions that have many common features and they lie in one category of disorders, ...

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A belief that others have more friends than you do can be a source of unhappiness

Thinking that your peers comparatively have more friends adversely affects your happiness Social isolation and loneliness does take a toll on ...

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The 8 Tips to Cut Out Sugar from Your Daily Life

Sugar is a part of life. It is used in so many delicious foods. People love sugar especially  children. But ...

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