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EngagementHealth(R) Launches Comprehensive Wellness Program with Store Kraft - 80% of Employees and Spouses Participate in Programs

BEATRICE, Neb. and WESTCHESTER, Ill., July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Store Kraft Manufacturing Company, an industry leading manufacturer of custom wood and custom metal retail store fixtures and provider of integrated RFID technology capabilities, and EngagementHealth, LLC., an innovator in emp...

Career Step Approved to Train Military Spouses with Department of Defense CAA Funds

Career Step has been approved by the Department of Defense to train military spouses under the department's recently expanded CAA education funding program. Provo, UT (PRWEB) May 19, 2009 -- Career Step , a leading online healthcare education company, has been approved...

Case Western Reserve University study finds caregivers of spouses with dementia enjoy life less

CLEVELAND--Spouses of husbands and wives with dementia pay an emotional toll as they care for their ailing spouse. This has prompted a call for new interventions and strategies to assist caregivers in coping with the demands of this difficult time, according to a study from Case Western Reserve U...

Seeing our spouses more negatively might be a positive

ANN ARBOR, Mich.---While our relationships with children and best friends tend to become less negative as we age, we're more likely to see our spouses as irritating and demanding. That's according to a University of Michigan study that analyzed long-term patterns of relationship negativity am...

Family counseling improves lives of patients and spouses coping with prostate cancer

Families coping with prostate cancer report improved quality of life from a structured support program integrated into the patients cancer management, according to a new study. The findings appear in the December 15, 2007 issue of CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. Thi...

Head of Pastors' Spouses to Challenge Women at Saddleback's Global Summit on AIDS and the Church

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Mrs. Vivian Berryhill will be a distinguished keynote speaker at the 2007 Global Summit on AIDS and the Church, at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. Berryhill is founder and president of the National Coalition of Pastors' Spouses (...

Cancer patients, spouses report similar emotional distress, U-M study finds

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - A cancer diagnosis affects more than just the patient. A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center finds spouses report similar physical and emotional quality of life as the patient. The study found that what really impacted emotion...

Cancer patients, spouses report similar emotional distress, U-M study finds

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - A cancer diagnosis affects more than just the patient. A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center finds spouses report similar physical and emotional quality of life as the patient. The study found that what really impacted emotion...

Department of Defense Approves ISSA as Fitness Education Provider to Military Spouses

CARPINTERIA, Calif., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) announced today that they have been approved by the Department of Defense for the Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Financial Assistance program. In mid May 2009, MyCAA will offi...

Secondhand Smoke Raises Stroke Risk for Spouses

But researchers note risk dissipates quickly once smoking spouse quits TUESDAY, July 29 (HealthDay News) -- Nonsmokers who are married to smokers run a significantly higher risk for experiencing a stroke, a new study suggests. Researchers also found that ex-smokers married to men an...
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Parkinson's Disease Medication Triggers Destructive Behaviors

..., carbidopa/levodopa, developed these behaviors. "It is crucial for clinicians prescribing dopamine agonists to apprise patients as well as their spouses or partners about this potential side effect. The onset can be insidious and overlooked until life-altering problems develop," says J. Eric Ahlskog,...

Video: New Survey Finds Mothers See Influenza as a Serious Health Threat, but Often Don't Get Their Families Vaccinated

...on. Only 38 percent of moms say they will get vaccinated this influenza season, the survey found, and only 46 percent plan to encourage their spouses and children to get vaccinated against influenza, leaving them at risk for severe symptoms, serious complications and even death. More than 250 millio...

NCPS Outraged at HIV/AIDS Medi-Cal Cuts

...-USNewswire/ -- The National Coalition of Pastors' spouses (NCPS) is outraged at the proposed cuts to the HIV...ors' Spouses. The National Coalition of Pastors' spouses is a nonprofit, nonpartisan multi-denominational network of 2500+ clergy spouses committed to raising awareness and addressing heal...

Fals-Stewart Earns Hazelden's 2007 Dan Anderson Research Award

...dy, Fals-Stewart and colleagues compared behavioral couples therapy (BCT) for married or cohabitating female alcoholics and their nonsubstance-abusing spouses or intimate partners with individual-based treatment only and psychoeducational attention control treatment. One hundred and thirty-eight participants...
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Why do we choose our mates? Ask Charles Darwin, prof says

...eahens submit to gloriously-colored male peacocks, that lions get the females of their choice or that humans spend hours primping to catch the perfect spouses it's a condition that is ingrained into all creatures and a conscious "choice" is made between the two so the romantic fireworks can begin. Jones s...

Gene associated with pair-bonding in animals has similar effects in human males

... taking part in the Twin and Offspring Study in Sweden (TOSS). The TOSS study collected detailed information from pairs of twins and their partners or spouses about their marital relationships, personality and mental health, as well as genetic data. They report in this week's on-line issue of the Procee...

NYU Langone Medical Center's tip sheet to the International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease 2008

...s Silberstein Center offered six counseling sessions focused on the new needs of each member of a couple brought about by the illness. Each of the ill spouses was in the early stages of dementia and could still participate in a counseling session. The NYU researchers report that all caregivers were surprised...

Age increases chance of success as two-timer

...biologist Dr. Tim Schmoll explains. In conjunction with his colleague Professor Thomas Lubjuhn he investigated how often coal tits cheat upon their spouses and what role their age plays in this. 'For this we did paternity tests on more than 200 breeding couples and their offspring in 2000 and 2001,' he ex...

Study finds that even aloof husbands have lower testosterone levels than unmarried men

...e lower testosterone levels among married men. Supporting a growing body of research, the study reveals that even married men who are considered aloof spouses and provide minimal parenting have much lower testosterone levels than single, unmarried men. In the October issue of Current Anthropology, Peter ...
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