Researchers state that weekend alcohol flings and the stress of going back to work on monday could bestow to an increased rate of heart attack. A 7 year study carried out in Australia suggested that up to 31% more people die from heart attacks on a Monday than any other day.
Experts have now c...
Don't Let Your Summer Vacation Be Threatened by 'Guilty Vacation Syndrome'
... Study Shows 90 Percent of People Have It, New malady
Can Be Cured
WASHINGTON, May 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The symptoms often go undetected. They are mistaken for other, less serious ailments. ...
Cat Food-Linked Illness Yields Clues to MS
...ot involved in the original cat food study, said the exact cause of the cats' condition was not determined, but he thought it was a "species specific" malady
and that it was "extremely unlikely" that irradiated food posed a problem to humans.
"The key thing is that it absolutely confirms the notion tha...
A Study In This Month's Journal Of Nervous And Mental Disease Reveals Hope For Recovery From Suicidal Thinking And Treatment Resistant Mental Illness
...ends up diminishing the real-world applicability of the findings, because many people -- and most very troubled people -- do suffer from more than one malady
at a time.
Perhaps even more important, the full findings of drug trials are not always brought to light by their industry sponsors. Drawing on F...
Iowa State University researcher identifies eye disease in canines
...indings are published in the March edition of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice.
IMR is very similar to a previously known malady
called Sudden Acquired Retinal Degeneration Syndrome or SARDS.
Both diseases occur when the dog produces auto antibodies that attack the retinal c...
Understanding the have-knots: The role of stress in just about everything
... the University of Chicago, APS President John Cacioppo and Louise Hawkley have studied the health effects of social isolation, an increasingly common malady
in the modern world. Among their findings are that lonely older adults show more arterial stiffening and higher blood pressure than their nonlonely co...
Treatment Programs Benefit Depressed Workers
Personal suffering aside, depression costs the United States tens of billions of dollars a year, largely as a result of lost productivity. The malady
is, according to background information in the study, one of the most costly health problems for employers.
And, while there are effective treatme...
Fat Horses Face Health Problems
... the study hypothesized that overweight
horses may suffer from insulin and sugar imbalances, chronic inflammation, and oxidative
stress, a malady
that occurs as a result of changes to metabolic processes that alter the
delicate balances between the destruction and creation of new cells in ...
This 'Grass' is Not Green - Say, 'No Thanks, I Am Fine Without Drugs'
... Illicit Drug Trafficking is a global problem. It has certainly graduated from being an American malady
to a global nuisance, the world would be best without. The economics of demand and supply have undoubtedly spurred this nefarious trade, giving rise ...
Dystonia Awareness Week: 4 -11 June, 2007
Dystonia is a medical term for a neuro-muscular condition. It is more aptly described as a movement disorder. Individuals affected with this malady
have no voluntary control over their muscular movements, which results in spasms and sustained contractions. These give rise to repeated jerky movemen...
... information on the web is valuable to most people, but for hypochondriacs , it can be too much information. Their condition can worsen into a modern malady
... Information about hypochondriac in the free online ... He was clearly a confirmed hypochondriac , and I was dreamily conscious that he .....
...f medical and pharmaceutical costs ... Dyspepsia Symptoms, Treatments and Medications ... Dyspepsia - often called indigestion - is a common malady
that many associate ... Dyspepsia -- commonly known as indigestion -- is a catch-all term for pain or ... Although many people use dyspepsi...