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Methamphetamine Increases Health Risks

Its harmful effects include, anxiety, craving, restlessness, poor concentration, irritability, unpleasant dreams, fatigue, increased appetite.    ...
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Smoking and Unemployment

Smoking individuals found to be more prone to unemployment as compared to individuals who don’t smoke.    ...
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Serious Health Risks of Videogame Addiction

Videogame addiction leads to sleep loss, obesity, and cardiovascular risk in some gamers     Some children ...
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Food Addiction and Belief System

Personal beliefs about food addiction can influence how much we eat.     Researchers from the University ...
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Dementia Risk May Reduce by Meditation & Yoga

The older adults having risk of mild cognitive impairments may reduce by completion of three months ...
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Alcoholism: Poor Pancreatic Health

Alcoholism Interfere with the Pancreas’ functioning which can lead to digestive problems, malnutrition and diabetes.     Chronic ...
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Impact of Alcohol and Fruit on Breast Cancer Risk

Eating fruit by teens may develop protection against breast cancer but alcohol drinking increase the risk ...
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Changed Thinking: Protection from PTSD Symptoms

A study suggested that people train their thinking in a way that protects them from Post ...
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Brain Network Activity: Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression

Neuroimaging brain studies explain behavioral and biological models on cognitive vulnerability.     Cognitive factors significantly impact ...
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People with Drinking Problems are Less Satisfied with Life

Research suggests that people may be happy momentarily when drinking but drinking more may not satisfy ...
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Alcohol Drinking & Happiness But Not For Long

Drink, eat and be cheerful but new study indicated that if it comes to ...
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Natural Recovery

Social networks are critical to reduce substance use in resource-poor communities.     Cocaine use has increased ...
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