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Now, Paris Resorts to Constant Praying With a 100-count Thread

...ris' medical condition has calmed down, but she is psychologically still very weak and is holding on to a 100-count thread to give her strength. The hotel heiress, according to sources, is seen praying in her cell all the time....

Brain Activity Reflects Variation in Types of Anxiety

...ty, Miller said. Whether you want to treat anxiety psychologically or biologically and we know that either type of intervention affects both the psychology and the biology of the person these findings are a reminder that you might want to assess people carefully before you embark on a particular type of treatment....

Botox at Your Own Risk?

... some patients could be left scarred physically or psychologically for life. As it stands now, almost anyone can set up shop in the local high street, don a white coat and start offering dermal fillers or arrange Botox parties. If we - the industry - don't step in, these procedures will be less regulated than ear pi...

Surge in Senior HIV Survivors Prompts New Treatment Studies

... a tool for delivering support, is financially and psychologically easier for many older adults,” said Heckman, who has spent the past eight years conducting AIDS research among the elderly and in rural populations. A project four years ago found that a telephone support program reduced depression for rural seni...

Nandigram Killings Lead to Depression Among Many

...But as the trouble continues in Nandigram, he fell psychologically ill. We term it medically as shell shock," he said. Explaining the symptoms, Roy said psychological problems generally lead to hypertension, diabetes, headache, physical weakness, gastro intestinal problems and loss of appetite in the human body...

Panic may Lead to Serious Mental Health Problems in Adolescents

...ly sensations. They limited study participation to psychologically healthy adolescents to eliminate the impact of factors related to existing mental illnesses. They also used a more sophisticated assessment process than had been used in previous studies. That is, to elicit a panic-type experience, researchers guided...

More Women Opting for Caesarean, Unaware of Consequences

...at restricted, by the incision and scar, and often psychologically as well. It is important that her partner be at her side for support. A clinic that allows family members to stay overnight is therefore a good choice. Source-IANS...

Researchers Make Strides in VCJD Detection

...their own prions, their symptoms cleared up. "A psychologically healthy mouse will make nests and burrow, but they lose that early in the disease, they get withdrawn and depressed and lose their exploratory capacity," said Dr Malucci. "What we've shown is we can reverse that and get full functional recovery." ...

Regular Acupressure May Reduce Agitated Behavior in Dementia

...oved from familiar surroundings and demoralise and psychologically distress caregivers. "People are living longer and, as a result, we face increased numbers of people with dementia. It is very important that we find interventions that enable us to provide more effective care for them, both in their own home and i...

Effective Cure for Alcoholism – A single dose of LS

...The LSD somehow gave these people experiences that psychologically took them outside of themselves and allowed them to see their own unhealthy behavior more objectively, and then determine to change it," said Dyck, who read the researchers' published and private papers and recently interviewed some of the patients i...

The Bald Truth: Men Better to Cut Short Thinning Hair

...ee or hairpiece should be left to those who cannot psychologically deal with going bald, says Blume-Peytavi. Another option is using popular drugs like Rogaine or Propecia to keep the balding in check. "But you can't influence the gene. As soon as you stop taking these medications, the hair will start to fall out...

Conjoined twins doing well after separation

... extra clothes for them. The twins seemed to have psychologically accepted their separation. But their father said that it revealed their difference in personalities and emotional interdependence. “Kendra has always been more dominant and more eager for separation, while Maliyah was quieter, seemed more hesitant...

Study Says Screening of Children's Weight in Schools Would Put Them under Pressure

...ght of school children could affect //the children psychologically and result in eating disorders. Initially to create awareness about childhood obesity the government proposed tests in schools in England to measure children's body mass index (BMI). But the academics say that the initiative could lead to overweight...

Arthritis of the Knee Can be Helped by Exercise and Mobility

...owledge of the condition helps the patient to cope psychologically and exercise helps them physically to strengthen the knee joint. Though the improvements are modest but a combination helps he patient cope with the condition better in the long run. This is an encouraging report for patients with arthritis of this...

9/11 Escapees Have Worsening Respiratory And Psychological Problems

...istent cough. The study added that 11 percent were psychologically traumatized at the time of the interview....

Marriage Squabbles Can Make You Sick

...erhaps be due to the fact that spouses become more psychologically dependent on each other owing to loss of family members or friends. Previous studies have already established the importance of a happy marriage, indicating that it enables them to live longer and lead more prosperous lives. The focus of the presen...

Sleep Aids Are Not The Best Option For Insomniacs

... not physically addictive, newer sleep aids can be psychologically habit-forming. She says this creates a situation in which people feel like they can't sleep without the drug, even though they physically might be able to do so. Newton says for those having trouble sleeping, the following steps should be tried bef...

An urgent need for prison reforms: California!

...by reducing overcrowding and minimizing the use of psychologically destructive practices like punitive isolation. 6. Provide extensive postimprisonment assistance and community-based programs and services. Hope these are followed and something is done...

High Stress Levels Linked To Female Mortality

..., hopelessness or worthlessness were considered as psychologically distressing factors. This was found to be an important predictor in determining the mortality of women aged 65 years or older. More than 2,400 senior citizens were included in the study. The effect of psychological distress was significant even whe...

Mystery Of The Placebo Effect, Yet To Be Solved

Placebo is usually given to patients who psychologically feel that they are unwell but are actually hale and healthy// . Some people are always under the notion that they are unwell and ask medicines to be prescribed by their General Practioners. But too much of medicines also lead to various problems in...

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