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Low Cholesterol Linked to Severe Depression and Violent Behavior in Men

It is not high levels of cholesterol but low levels that are making news. Recent reports are indicating that Low levels of Cholesterol maybe linked to depression and violent behavior. A new study shows that men with relatively low cholesterol levels were up to seven times more likely to report symptoms of severe depression. Edward Suarez, PhD from Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C....

Maternal alcohol consumption linked to behavioral problems in children

Even small amounts of alcohol consumption is linked with deliquent behaviour of the chilren later in life,according to the new study. ....Dr. Virginia Delaney-Black, of Children's Hospital of Michigan, the co author of the study,has come out with the finding that in comparison to the teetotallers ,women who drank the equivalent of one cocktail a week during pregnancy were three times more likely...

Low cholestrol,low behaviour

Researchers have found that low blood cholestrol may stimulate impulsive and extreme behaviour that may result in people dying from harming themselves.// A team from St Vincent's Hospital, Dublin, compared 75 patients admitted to the hospital with self-attained injuries, including drug overdoses, with psychiatric patients and patients not suffering from any mental health problems. ....The patien...

Aggressive Teenage Behaviour: Blame It On The Anabolic Steroids

A new research has found that aggressive behaviour associated with teenage and young adulthood could be due to anabolic steroids. The effect may be only temporary// , but may have long-term consequences on the developing brain. The results of this study can be seen in the Behavioral Neuroscience journal, published by the American Psychological Association (APA). ....There has been an increasing...

Link Between Migraines and Behavioral Disorders

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is one of the most common behavioral disorders in children. Now, new research shows migraines may be to blame for some ODD cases. ....Researchers in, Ohio studied children between ages 6 and 17 who were diagnosed with a migraine condition. //Participants were given a questionnaire and were further evaluated during a psychological interview. Results of the stud...

Link Between Obesity and Behavior in Kids

A new study shows children who are obese are more likely to have behavior problems than those who are not overweight. ..Researchers from the University of Michigan studied more than 750 children between ages 8 and 11. The children and their parents took part in the National Longitudinal Survey //of Youth and were questioned about weight, behavior, physical and mental health, education, demographi...

Migraine Found To Be Linked To Behavioral Disorders

New research shows Oppositional Defiant Disorder ( ODD ) may be to blame for some cases of migraines . Researchers , studied children // between ages 6 and 17 who were diagnosed with a migraine condition. Participants were given a questionnaire and were further evaluated during a psychological interview. Results of the study show there is a relationship between pediatric migraines and ODD. Resear...

Link Between High Blood Sugar And Behavioral Changes

Low blood sugar levels are known to cause cognitive and behavioral changes in diabetics, but results of a recent study show that high blood sugar // has a similar effect. ..The study showed that type 2 diabetics have impaired cognitive functioning and experience deterioration in mood when their blood sugar is high. Diabetics' bodies have difficulty controlling blood sugar levels due to insulin d...

Depressed Mothers Found To Influence Their Child’s Behavio

After examining 1,116 sets of twins and their mothers to see if there was a link between maternal depression during the children's first five years // of life and children's antisocial behavior by age 7 , researchers say children of depressed mothers were found to have increased problems with conduct and more antisocial behavior . ..Results of the study also showed maternal depression after the t...

Effect of estrogen on behavior difference between sexes

Researchers have found that the hormone estrogen is responsible for the way males behave in an unfeminine// way from being a boy to being a grown man. ....Laboratory testing of mice showed that an estrogen receptor in the hypothalamus is responsible of defeminization or removal of feminine traits from man. This starts acting even before the birth of the individual. This process seems to be the m...

Does overweight cause behavioral problems?

A study published in the Archives of Diseases in Childhood has shown that chidren who are overweight// at age 5 do not have behavioural problems at age 14. Obesity starts from childhood and there are evidences to show that it can increase risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease in adulthood. But studies on the associations of body size with psychological distress have been inconsistent. ..S...

PET scans can detect the results of cognitive behavior therapy

Positron emission tomography (PET) scan images can successfully detect the changes in the brain // that occur following the cognitive behavior therapy in patients. Researchers behind the study feel that this may prove that cognitive behavior therapy can bring about changes in the brain chemical levels that will get long lasting results in patients like those suffering from bulimia nervosa. ....C...

Genes responsible for social behavior of us

Researchers have been able to unearth the gene responsible for controlling the part of the brain// that is responsible for behaving according to a norm in the social circumstances. ....In a revealing study, researchers from National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) have been able to establish the neural pathway that decides the social behavior in people. Researchers results came as they were try...

Teaching parents to deal with behavior problems in children

Children with serious behavior problems may be helped immensely// if their parents are taught effective parenting skills for these children. ....Researchers for the study said that in dealing with delinquency, or severe conduct disorder, it helps if parents can be involved in the training sessions and they are taught the interventions to use than correcting the children themselves. ....Researcher...

New clues to maternal aggressive behavior

Maternal aggressive and protective behavior is linked to the hormone oxytocin// (OT), and may affect the maternal instincts of animals and women in the same manner. ....The hormone is released from the neurohypophyseal terminals into the bloodstream as well as in the brain into the supraoptic nucleus (SON) and paraventricular nucleus (PVN), where it makes and impact on the behavior. The release o...

Brain Chemical Identified For Drug Dependent Behavior

Researchers from University of Pennsylvania had identified a brain chemical responsible for some drug seeking behaviors associated with substance abuse. The chemical called orexin is also involved in feeding, arousal and sleep behaviors in human beings. // ..Research showed that the activation of orexin-secreting brain cells in the hypothalamus, a brain region that controls many vital functions...

Teenagers Take More Risk-Taking Behaviors In The Company Of Same Sex Friends

Teenage drivers may take risk-taking behaviors, like over speeding, more in company of same sex friends than in company of friends of opposite sex. ....The study was published on-line edition of the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention. // ....The findings indicate that teen risky driving increases in the presence of teen passengers, particularly male teen passengers. But more important, the...

Parental Behavior And Movies Can Alter Perceptions About Smoking

According to the latest issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, research reports say that the perception of children in the age group of two to six years old were different about cigarettes and alcohol if they are exposed to the same in movies or if parents smoked as well. // ....When pretending to shop for a social evening, children two to six years old were nearly four times as l...

Next time somebody complains about your strange behavior, take it as a compliment

New research on individuals with schizotypal personalities – people characterized by odd behavior and language but who are not psychotic or schizophrenic – offers the first neurological evidence that they are more creative// than either normal or fully schizophrenic individuals, and rely more heavily on the right sides of their brains than the general population to access their creativity. Two e...

Neglect In Childhood Could Cause Abnormal Behaviour In Adults

Children neglected in their childhood are likely to develop abnormal behaviour, says a study.....Psychologist Seth Pollak and doctoral student Alison Wismer Fries at University of Wisconsin-Madison studied// 18 four-year-old adoptees, who had spent their first years in orphanages in Russia and Romania, mostly in a neglected environment. ....Even though the children now live in stable homes for ov...

Bad professional behavior dates back to medical school

Doctors with questionable professional lives often had the same kind of trouble in medical school, according to US researchers.// ..Physicians disciplined by state medical boards were three times more likely to have had a history of unprofessional behavior while in medical school than those with no discipline records, says a study in New England Journal of Medicine. ..The study is a first step...

Genes Affect Drinking Behavior Of Smokers

The drinking behavior of tobacco users is related to the same chromosome regions which are connected with addiction to alcohol, according to a study. The connection which exists between alcohol consumption and smoking may // partially be because of the genetic risk factors which overlap. Environmental factors also contribute towards alcoholism. Drinking and smoking often go together. Dr. Kirk C....

Alcohol Intoxication Triggers Violent Behaviour

A new study at the Karolinska Institutet, Sweden reveals shocking results that all the people who had consumed alcohol behaved violently. This study had infact supported the already confirmed notion that alcohol incites violent// behaviour. ..The study included 133 violent offenders out of which 78 people (56%) were intoxicated with alcohol within 24 hours prior to the violent act. Usually the o...

Snappy Mobiles Known To Cause Snappish Behavior in Families

There is a flip side to cell phones as well! The Cell Boom, a boon to communication has turned a bane to family relationships, according to a recent study.// ....As part of the study, more than a thousand steady mobile phone users were tracked for over 2 years. The study revealed a definite decline in satisfied family relationships, attributed to constant mobile communication that invaded work...

Caffeine: Stimulates Sexual Behaviour in Females

A research conducted by Fay Guarraci, an assistance professor of psychology at south-western university and a graduate student revealed that moderate doses // of caffeine has a greater effect on the sexual behaviour of female rats. ....This study is one of the kinds and is among the first to determine the effects of caffeine on the sexual stimulation of the female rats. It also probes into the r...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Seen To Be Effective Against Back Pain

Cognitive behavioral therapy may prove to be as beneficial to people suffering from chronic lower back pain, as physical therapy. This has been revealed by a Dutch study. ..The same amount of physical relief // has been reported by patients who underwent these two therapies, when compared to those who did not undergo any treatment at all. A combination of both the treatments did not produce any a...

Spread Of AIDS Is Reduced Greatly In Zimbabwe Due To Change In Behavior

Zimbabwe in Africa is a country worst hit by AIDS. But now after bringing in changes in their sexual behavior, by limiting the number of partners, delaying the initial sex // and using condoms have greatly reduced the number of people suffering from AIDS in that country. ....It was found that among women in the age group of 15-24 the prevalence of AIDS dropped by 49%. A 23% drop was witnessed a...

Aggression And Fatherly Behavior: Men Have It In Their Genes

It has been known for a long time that maleness in most mammals relates to aggressive behavior and a less nurturing tendency, compared to females. Humans are no exception // to the above fact. The male sex hormones, more specifically testosterone has been blamed for such behavior. It has now been found that sex chromosomes also have a significant role in dictating male behavior. ....Neuroscienti...

High Risk Sexual Behavior among Men Who Use Meth

According to a study conducted in California it was found that heterosexual men are more likely to engage in high-risk sex if they use methamphetamine, or Meth. // Meth usage is also associated with increased incidence of HIV infection among gay men. .. But this study aims in the analyzing of the risk in straight men who consume Meth. Dr. C. S. Krawczyk, from the California Department of Health...

Medias Plays Vital Role In Sexual Behavior Of Teenagers

According to Pediatrics journal, a new study states that teenagers who use the media with high sexual content have twice the chance to have sex by the time they are 16 than// those kids who use the media lesser. There seems to be a marked increased of sexual activity among the teenagers between 12 and 14, who are more exposed to media. ..Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel...

Kids Overcome Behavioral And Sleep Problems After Tonsillectomy

Children who have undergone tonsillectomy, a surgery that is performed to remove their tonsils, are found to behave and sleep better a year later.// ..About half of the children who were found to have Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder before tonsil surgery no longer met criteria for this diagnosis one year later. Other cognitive and behavioral issues also improved. ..On the whole, the 78...

Child’s behavior at three: consequence of mother’s nutritin

A Penn State study has brought to light the fact that nutrient deficient mothers affect child’s behaviour. This was proved when it was shown that children born to teenage// mothers who were iron deficient early in their pregnancies were less active at age 3 than the children of iron sufficient moms. ..According to Dr. Laura Murray-Kolb, National Institutes of Mental Health postdoctoral fellow at...

Mothers Diet During Pregnancy Affects Childs Behavior

According to a recent study, it has been found that intake of foods during pregnancy plays a vital role shaping the child’s behavior. Scientists have found that the intake of diet// and behavior of child are interrelated, and for mothers whose young children are misbehaving may have eaten less nutritious food at the time of pregnancy. ..Dr. Laura Murray-Kolb, a postdoctoral fellow at Penn State,...

Non-violent behaviour influenced by diet and nutrition!!

So now taking a particular diet can influence corrective behaviour in prisoners.// ..The hypothesis viz violent aggression is largely a product of poor nutrition was tested in a prison setting. Technically speaking researchers are studying whether prsioners become less violent when put on a diet rich in vitamins and in the fatty acids found in seafood...The paper titled “Seafood Consumption and...

Stress hormone is the bone of contention for Anxious Behavior in Mice

It has been revealed through a study by neuroscientists at Harvard Medical School and its affiliate Mclean Hospital that long-term exposure to stress hormone in mice directly results in the anxiety that often comes with depression. // ..April issue of Behavioral Neuroscience, which is published by the American Psychological Association, has this article. ..This would be helpful in treating depre...

Internet Encourages Self-Destructive Behaviour Among Teens

A new study conducted regarding use of the internet by young people has highlighted that spending hours on internet chat rooms can induce self-destructive behaviour.// The findings of the study have several valuable implications on the health of the younger generation, where 75- 90% of teenagers in the US access the World Wide Web to exchange e-mails, instant messages, visit chat rooms and other...

Maternal Difficulties Increase Risk of Behavior Problems in Children

Behavioral problems are more likely to occur in children whose mothers report difficulties with substance abuse, domestic violence and mental health, one year after delivery, reports a study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry. // .. ..The presence of anxiety / mood disorders, smoking, maternal drinking, substance or drug abuse, maternal exposure to domestic violence are all factors t...

Males Show More Risky Behaviour with Alcohol

Recent research from Kansas State University have revealed that males tend to take greater risks takers in their use of alcohol whereas women on average often// use more protective strategies such as drinking only with friends, limiting the amount of money spent on drinking, counting the number of drinks, and eating food before drinking. ..The researchers examined risk taking from the point of v...

Risky Behavior In Teenagers Leads To Depression

Teenagers of both sexes involving themselves in dangerous behaviors are prone to develop symptoms of depression, reports a new study// supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDS) and National Institute of Health. The following result, concluded from the research condcuted on nearly 19, 000 teenagers can be cited in the Archives of Women’s Mental Health Journal. ....The gender differ...

Springer slated to spring a journal on Brain Imaging and Behavior

Springer is gearing up to introduce a journal on Brain Imaging and Behavior in 2007. The journal will appeal to the researchers and clinicians in several// scientific branches like neuropsychology, psychiatry, neurology, neurosurgery, and the like. ....Brain Imaging and Behavior will open up novel vistas and enable discussions on discoveries, progress and issues in this field. The journal will t...
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