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Mental Health – Stress

Stressed out? Try dish smashing therapy

Posted December 25, 2008

It’s a smashing sort of therapy for the stressed: a Japanese entrepreneur is offering those strained by the financial crisis a chance to vent by hurling crockery against a wall, and then paying for it.

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How To Cope During The Holidays With A Serious Medical Condition

Posted December 18, 2008

The holidays are generally considered to be a joyous time; however, for people coping with serious illnesses the holidays can bring unwanted stress. Michelle Riba, M.D., professor of psychiatry at the University of Michigan Health System, recommends ways to steer clear of these unnecessary stresses during the winter months.

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PTSD Risk Rooted in Stress and Genetics

Posted December 10, 2008

A decade-long study into post-traumatic stress disorder among combat veterans and their identical twins has yielded critical information on the root causes of this devastating condition.

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Retirement dreams give way to despair, anger

Posted November 23, 2008

One of the biggest worries for those on the brink of retirement used to be how to fill all that spare time.

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EKG Not Strong Predictor of Heart Risk

Posted November 17, 2008

Performing an electrocardiogram (EKG) — the standard test for measuring the activity of the heart — is of little use in predicting future coronary problems for people who are examined because of chest pain, a British study suggests.

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ABB’s New Speed Shot Intensity

Posted November 13, 2008

For athletes who need extra motivation to get going in the gym, or anyone who appreciates a stimulating late afternoon burst of energy, American Body Buildingís new double-dose concentrated shot takes intensity to a whole new level.

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Marketers of Dietary Supplements Ordered to Halt False Claims About Diabetes Prevention and Treatment

Posted November 13, 2008

The marketers of dietary supplements that purportedly prevented and treated diabetes have settled Federal Trade Commission charges that they engaged in deceptive advertising practices.

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New heart failure test in ER more accurate

Posted November 13, 2008

A new blood test to identify heart failure patients in most dire need of treatment when they turn up at an emergency room complaining of shortness of breath proved better than current tests.

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Would You Tolerate This Abuse?

Posted November 12, 2008

Americans needlessly die while scientific discoveries that could save their lives remain trapped in bureaucratic red tape. There is a solution to this travesty. Allow free market innovation into the health care arena, and the development of new medical therapies will progress as rapidly as other technologies.

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