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Most anyone you stop on the street knows something about post-traumatic stress disorder, also referred to as PTSD. But mention post-traumatic growth and you are more likely than not to be met with blank stares

26 Aug 2011, 12:39
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The obesity is spreading around the world and poses serious health threats. The finding is part of a new special report on obesity, and how to combat it in the medical journal the Lancet.

26 Aug 2011, 12:34
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A new review finds that moderate drinking is associated with a lower risk of memory problems and Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. The authors analysed results from 143 studies, dating back to 1977, which included 365,000 participants

22 Aug 2011, 12:55
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Large amounts of alcohol are known to shorten sleep latency, increase slow-wave sleep, and suppress rapid eye movement (REM) during the first half of sleep. During the second half of sleep, REM increases and sleep becomes shallower

18 Aug 2011, 15:57
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Sitting in front of the television may be a relaxing way to pass an evening, but spending too much time in front of the tube may take years off your life. That's what Australian researchers found when they generated life-expectancy tables for people based

18 Aug 2011, 12:53
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Even a little exercise – about 15 minutes a day - can translate to health benefits, according to an observational study from Taiwan

17 Aug 2011, 19:23
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If you're wondering why you're tired after a full night's sleep, or jittery even without a venti latte, the answer might be on your plate

15 Aug 2011, 12:34
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It was the worst possible news at the worst possible time. In summer 2009, photographer Joel Maus learned he might go blind if he didn't get a procedure to treat a cornea condition

11 Aug 2011, 20:37
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When was the last time you, your children or anyone you know was treated for worms? If you’re under the age of 40, your likely answer is “Never!”

11 Aug 2011, 12:44
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Singing, playing an instrument or even just listening to music may lessen anxiety in cancer patients and improve their overall quality of life, according to a new analysis of previously published research.

10 Aug 2011, 12:46
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