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'How to Change Someone You Love' Offers Help to Those Who Feel Powerless in the Face of Addiction

SEABROOK, N.J., June 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Seabrook House is proud to announce their sponsorship of "How to Change Someone You Love" seminars in coordination with Brad Lamm, BRI-I, CAI. Founder of Intervention Specialists, author of "How to Change Someone You Love" and a nationally r...

Boys May Feel a Genetic Pull Toward Gangs

Presence of a 'warrior gene' variant ups violence inclination, study finds WEDNESDAY, June 17 (HealthDay News) -- Bad neighborhoods and lack of opportunity are usually blamed for boys joining violent street gangs. But a new study finds that the urge to join gangs might lie, at least in...

AUDIO from Medialink and Procter & Gamble: Feel Better on the Beach - Inside and Out

NEW YORK, May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Making sure you look good in your swimwear this summer doesn't necessarily start with hitting the gym. Here's more on the importance of also making sure your digestive health is running smoothly. Listen to this report from Procter & Gamble at: http://i...

Shop 'Til You Drop: You May Feel Better

Survey finds many women use spending sprees to boost emotional well-being in hard times THURSDAY, May 21 (HealthDay News) -- When dealing with financial worries, some women may actually overspend to try to cheer themselves up, a British survey shows. The poll of 700 women found tha...

Salty Chicken Doesn't Fly: New Survey Reveals Shoppers Feel Deceived By 'Natural' Labeling of Saltwater-Injected Poultry

Foster Farms maintains commitment to 100% Natural and launches new consumer awareness campaign exploring economic and health impact of 'plumped' chicken LIVINGSTON, Calif., May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Amidst an increasing national focus on sodium as a critical health issue, West Coast poultry prod...

Mental health problems more common in kids who feel racial discrimination

A new multicenter study involving UCLA and the RAND Corp. has found that perceived racial or ethnic discrimination is not an uncommon experience among fifth-grade students and that it may have a negative effect on their mental health. Study results show that 15 percent of children surveyed r...

Do You Want to Feel Inner Peace and Joy No Matter What is Happening in Your Life?

"Answers for the Family" with Allen Cardoza Los Angeles, California, April 6th, 2009 at 11am PDT on LAtalkradio.com LOS ANGELES, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Our special guest this week is Dr. Shelly Zavala, a psychotherapist in a very successful private practice. Shelly has been a coach and pr...

Dying Feel Abandoned by Docs in the End

Continuity of care, closure important for dying, families and docs, study finds,,,, MONDAY, March 9 (HealthDay News) -- When there's no more that can be done for terminally ill patients, and the focus of care turns to keeping them comfortable before death, many feel as if their doctors...

Those Who Feel Rejected Direct Hostility Toward Others

Social exclusion linked to aggression found in school shootings, other tragedies FRIDAY, Jan. 30 (HealthDay News) -- Getting the cold shoulder can turn some people into hotheads. A University of Kentucky study found that people who feel socially rejected are more likely to view othe...

Thousands Look Better, Feel Better, and Have More Energy Because of NutriSum

Health Enhancement Systems Wellness Program Helps Participants Control Weight Permanently MIDLAND, Mich., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Losing weight is the easy part. Maintaining it long term is the challenge. With this Health Enhancement Systems corporate wellness program ( www.HealthEnhancement...

Photos: Despite Widespread Awareness, Most Women Still Don't Feel at Risk for Cervical Cancer

New survey results prompt women's health expert and celebrity designer to help women better understand how to help protect themselves and their loved ones NEW YORK, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Although there has been education about human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes cervical c...

'How to Change Someone You Love' Seminar Offers Help to Those Who Feel Powerless in the Face of Addiction

SEABROOK, N.J., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Seabrook House is proud to announce their sponsorship of the free, no-obligation educational seminar "How to Change Someone You Love." Founder of Intervention Specialists, author of "How to Change Someone You Love" and nationally recogni...

Old as you want to be: Study finds most seniors feel younger

ANN ARBOR, Mich.---Older people tend to feel about 13 years younger than their chronological age. That is one of the findings of a study forthcoming in the Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Science . The researchers analyzed the responses of 516 men and women age 70 and older who particip...

American Academy of Dermatology: How You Feel on the Inside Could be Affecting How You Look on the Outside

Dermatologists can help minimize the effects of stress and emotions on skin, hair and nails NEW YORK, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- In the emotional rollercoaster of life, sometimes the "down" periods have long-lasting effects on more than just our mood. In fact, numerous s...

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AWAKENING(R) SKIN CARE Expands Line of 'HYDRATE & HEAL' Facial Skin Care Products with First of Its Kind, 100% Vegan, Mineral Antioxidant Anti-Aging Cream with Yerba Mate CANYON, Calif., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Awakening Skin Care has launched a revolutionary Dead Sea mineral-based antioxida...

Patients in Minimally Conscious State May Still Feel Pain

These brain-damaged individuals show signs of awareness, unlike vegetative state TUESDAY, Oct. 7 (HealthDay News) -- Severely brain-damaged patients in a "minimally conscious state" may still feel pain and require painkilling treatment, according to European researchers. A minimal...

Cold and Lonely: Does Social Exclusion Literally Feel Cold?

TORONTO, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- When we hear somebody described as "frosty" or "cold," we automatically picture a person who is unfriendly and antisocial. There are numerous examples in our daily language of metaphors which make a connection between cold temperatures and emotions ...

Live to 100 ... And Feel Great

NEW YORK, July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- MS -- Today, "actual age" and "physical age" are two different things. For those who care for their bodies, by following the easy dietary and exercise recommendations for anti-aging, it is possible to feel and look younger without drastic measures. (Photo: ...

CIGNA Launches National "It's Time to Feel Better" Advertising Campaign to Support Health Service Mission

CIGNA, the health service company, launched its new national marketing campaign today with advertisements in the Wall Street Journal. Supported by Doremus, the global communications network, the campaign will be the largest in CIGNA's history, and recognizes that while the current health car...

As Consumers Feel Financial Burden of Increasing Health Care Costs, Health Plans Have Opportunity to Address Unmet Consumer Needs and Become Trusted Advisors

SAN FRANCISCO, June 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to a recent survey from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, a part of Deloitte LLP, only 7 percent of Americans are financially prepared for their future health care needs. At the same time, only 10 percent of consumers are comp...

Drinking Dampens Ability to Feel Fear

Brain scans illustrate biological reason why alcohol can lead to aggression WEDNESDAY, April 30 (HealthDay News) -- Alcohol can make people frisky, chatty and, as any bouncer knows, feisty. Now, a new brain scan study shows drinking actually dampens the biological ability to feel fe...

New survey shows allergies dramatically impact sufferers' moods and how they feel about themselves

A new Harris Interactive phone survey conducted among 1,000 allergy sufferers, 1,000 consumers (both allergy sufferers and non-sufferers) and 300 physicians shows that beyond the sneezing, sniffling and watery eyes, allergies also have deep and emotional impacts on a sufferer's mood and self-perce...

Aromatherapy may make you feel good, but it won't make you well

COLUMBUS, Ohio One of the most comprehensive investigations done to date on aromatherapy failed to show any improvement in either immune status, wound healing or pain control among people exposed to two often-touted scents. While one of two popular aromas touted by alternative medicine practit...

Doctors will soon be able to feel organs via a display screen

With the aid of computerized image analysis, it may be possible in the future for radiologists to feel images with the help of a three-dimensional mouse. Erik Vidholm at Uppsala University has been involved in developing the new technology, which makes it easier to diagnose and plan the treatment...

Looking tired or angry may have more to do with facial aesthetics than how you feel

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. The old saying, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, has scientifically been proven true. A study in a recent issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), found that variations in eyebrow sha...

Dating, Drugs and Sex Make Teens Feel Older Than They are

Parents have always suspected it, and now a scientific study has backed them up by showing that dating, sexual activity and drugs do make teens feel older than they really are. Researchers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, along with researchers at the University of Victoria, carri...

Burnt Brits Don't Feel Hot

Nearly forty per cent (37 per cent) of British women and a quarter of British men have confessed that they have felt unattractive on holiday as a result of excessive exposure to the sun, according to a survey by Cancer Research UK*. This research has been conducted to highlight Sun Awareness Week,...

Koreans in Canada Feel Put Down by Subtle Racism

Racistm does upset those at the receiving end, even if it is all subtle, as in Canada apparently. Social slights and ambiguous remarks that are hard to pin down is more dangerous to mental health than overt discrimination, according to a study of 180 Korean immigrants living in Canada. "We...

Why We Feel a Sense of Dj Vu

A recent research has identified a neuronal mechanism that our brains may use to rapidly distinguish similar, yet separate places and experiences. The study, conducted by University of Bristol neuroscientists working with colleagues at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), could...

Samjhauta Victims in Pakistan Feel Neglected

Victims of the train blasts on the Samjhauta link train in India, being treated for burn injuries at a hospital here, feel neglected by the government //and doctors alike. They complain of lack of adequate medical attention, scars not being healed and unsatisfactory results of plastic surgery. ...

Many Kidney Specialists Feel Unprepared for End-of-Life Decisions

Sixty percent of nephrologists don't feel well prepared to make the decision to stop dialysis in kidney disease patients nearing the end of life // , reports a study in the November Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Nephrologists who are more experienced and more familiar...

Fast Food : Let the Consumer Feel the Pinch

The calories that contribute to ill health are loaded in fast foods, which deserve to go off the shelf and consequentially off the lives of many // , who are negatively influenced by their advertised benefits to health. To begin with, the ideal thing would be to ensure the promotional campaigns for...

Indian Students in New Zealand Feel Insecure

Indian students in New Zealand report low levels of perceived security at school, with some remaining absent as a result, according to a new survey//. The Youth 2000 national survey, conducted by the Auckland Regional Public Health Service and Auckland University, asked 922 Asian students abou...

NHS Computer Link Plan Is Wasteful, Feel Experts

The NHS computer link, which was to have cost £6.2 billion, originally is now being spoken of as a £20 billion projects//. Experts say this is a waste of the taxpayers' money. Prof Martyn Thomas, visiting professor at Oxford University Computing Laboratory, said, 'This programme shows many si...

Foetuses Cant Feel Pain Says A Leading Psychologist

Dr Stuart Derbyshire, of the University of Birmingham, a leading psychologist said yesterday that foetuses couldn’t experience pain. He said that by telling women, who are considering abortions that their unborn child // can feel pain was not right and exposed them to inappropriate and possibly dan...

Earth Will Feel The Impact Of Global Warming

Greenhouse gasses which result in global warming may result in biological, climatological, and other major changes across the world. The chemical composition of Nuttalides truempyi, which are tiny ancient sea creatures were // analyzed by the researchers Richard Norris and Flávia Nunes belonging to...

Women Feel More Pain Than Men

At last scientist have confirmed what man has always knows - Women feel more pain than men.// The scientific fact is that women have more nerve receptors, which cause them to feel pain more intensely than men. According to researcher Bradon Wilhelmi, a member of the American Society of Plastic ...

Researchers Feel The Need For Standards Of Practice In Immunoglobulin Therapy

Nursing specialists feel that there is a requirement for having a standard of practice in immunoglobulin therapy. A review article published in the July/August 2005 Journal of Infusion Nursing examines the need for established treatment guidelines // to support doctors and nurses in correctly d...

Gender difference in Pain Experience - Women feel More Pain than men

At the University of Bath in England an interesting study has been conducted that shows that women feel pain more than // men. This is despite the popular notion that the opposite is true. Why this gender difference no one as yet knows. “Until fairly recently it was controversial to suggest ...

The feel of pain

There are areas in the brain that deal specifically with the expectation of pain, as well as with the painful sensation itself, new research has shown.The finding not only explains why certain mind-based techniques can play a role in the management of chronic pain, but it may also lead to better an...
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