Stroke survivors report loss of sexual desire, blurred gender roles, anger and fatigue
Suffering a stroke can have a profound effect on relationships and lead to significant changes in how couples relate to each other on a physical, psychological, social and emotional level, according a study in the June issue of the Journal of Clinical Nursing .
Researchers from Northern Irelan...
Exercise Eases Obesity and Anger in Kids
After-school aerobics helped youngsters feel better mentally, physically, researchers say
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3 (HealthDay News) -- Overweight kids may be able to work out their anger
with exercise, a new report finds.
A study of sedentary but otherwise healthy 7- to 11-year-olds found...
Depression and anger can plague recent university graduates: Study
The post-university years can start out tough. The good news: it gets better.
A new University of Alberta study of almost 600 of its graduates (ages 20-29 years old) tracked mental health symptoms in participants for seven years post-graduation and looked at how key events like leaving home and...
Study Shows Anger Has Its Uses
What people feel at any moment may be keyed to what they expect to gain from a task
FRIDAY, April 4 (HealthDay News) -- People like to temper their emotions to the task at hand, and it can help them succeed, even if the emotions are not pleasurable ones, a new report suggests.
Free Book: Critically Acclaimed Book on Anger Management Now Available in Both Unabridged Audio and Print Form Worldwide
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Frustration and Anger of the Medical Profession Highlighted in Archdeacon's Speech
There are real problems in the Health Service, which no Government seems to be able to address satisfactorily, says the Archdeacon of Totnes, the Ven. John Rawlings in his sermon at todays BMAs traditional church service on the eve of its Annual Conference.
In his sermon in Torquay, today (...
Outwardly Expressed Anger Affects Some Women’s Heart Arterie
While previous studies have shown that anger
and hostility, in and of themselves, can increase risk of heart disease in men, little of the research has included women. //
Results of a new study, conducted exclusively with female subjects, suggest that anger
and hostility alone are not predict...
Drug Prozac was found to control anger in post-stroke patients
Professor Jong S. Kim and his colleagues from Asan medical center has reported in the Journal Stroke that antidepressant drug Prozac is found effective in treating emotional stress or emotional incontinence //which occurs after stroke. The researchers conducted their study in 152 patients who were ...
Let Anger go, Save the Headache
If you are angry about something, let it out and it might save you a headache. A new study shows people with headaches internalize their anger
more than those without headaches.
Of the 422 adults who participated in the study, 171 suffered from headaches. Investigators measured //trait anger...
Let Anger go, Save the Headache
If you're angry about something, let it out and it might save you a headache.
A new study shows people with headaches internalize their anger
more than those without headaches. Of the 422 adults who participated in the study, 171 suffered from headaches. Investigators measured trait anger
Anger in Medical Technology
President Bush Ignores America's Plea for Support of Stem Cell
...ore than 100 million Americans suffer from debilitating
diseases and disorders for which embryonic stem cell research holds
great promise. Despite our anger
and disgust at this second, most
misguided veto, we will continue to do whatever we can to advance
embryonic stem cell research in America. We will al...
Anger in Medical Definition
The phrase is derived from the two latin terms which it is composed of, namely angor and animi .
Angor (different but related to the word anger
), in modern English , refers to a great anxiety  , distress  , or mental anguish  often accompanied by a painful constriction and pa...
...es. It is often confused with epilepsy .
There are two types of breath holding spells. Cyanotic breath-holding spells are usually precipitated by anger
or frustration although they may occur after a painful experience. The child cries and has forced exhalation leading to cyanosis (blue in color), lo...
...ure is used in plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery to remove the deep “worry” lines that run across the forehead and may portray to others:
Fatigue or other unintended emotions
Patients commonly request rejuvenation surgery on the forehead because the area is ...
Anger in Medical Dictionary
...re fully prepared to deal with violent or traumatic events . ... Common Stress Reactions Following a Traumatic Event . Anxiety, fear, panic or anger
... Joseph S. Volpe, Ph.D., Director, Professional Development, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress ... A traumatic experience is ...
...mer Guide ... Mental Health Care Foundation. Media & Speakers Bureau. Employment Opportunities ... Alternative Mental Health Medicine. anger
Management. Anxiety Disorders ... Information and resources for consumers, professionals, students, and supporters. The Substance Abuse and M...
Anger in Biological News
Exercise helps overweight children reduce anger expression
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Regular exercise seems to reduce anger
expression in overweight but otherwise healthy children, researchers said.
The first published study on the topic looked at 208 typically sedentary 7- to 11-year-olds who participated in a 10-15 week afterschool aerobic exercise program or m...
Gene variations contribute to aggression and anger in women
Ever wonder why some women seem to be more ill-tempered than others? University of Pittsburgh researchers have found that behaviors such as anger, hostility and aggression may be genetic, rooted in variations in a serotonin receptor gene. Indrani Halder, Ph.D., of the Cardiovascular Behavioral Medi...
Putting feelings into words produces therapeutic effects in the brain
...writing in a journal — help us to feel better" A new brain imaging study by UCLA psychologists reveals why verbalizing our feelings makes our sadness, anger
and pain less intense.
Another study, with the same participants and three of the same members of the research team, combines modern neuroscience w...
Adults who go to bed lonely get stress hormone boost next morning
...n addition to noting that loneliness the night before predicted higher cortisol the next morning, Adam and colleagues found that people who experience anger
throughout the day have higher bedtime levels of cortisol and flatter overall levels of the stress hormone, typically considered a risk factor for dis...
Patients to benefit from novel technology revolutionizing high-speed molecular imaging
...of interest. This, together with radiation collection angles larger than in existing technology, constitutes a radical departure from the conventional anger
camera," he detailed. Besides providing improved statistics leading to better image quality and the potential for better and earlier diagnosis of dise...
'Uniquely human' component of language found in gregarious birds
... the King to speak of a rival, Mortimer, decides he will "have a starling shall be taught to speak nothing but 'Mortimer,' and give it him to keep his anger
still in motion." (Because of this passage, 100 European starlings were first introduced to New York City's Central Park in the 1890s. They flourish...
Anger in Biological Technology
Anger in Biological Dictionary
... habituation in vertebrates is the acoustic startle ... interventions is the phenomenon of habituation . ... If the habituation persists, the anger
generates ... during the marketing effort to know if habituation is ... Definition of habituation ... Definition: Habituation is a natural ph...