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Loneliness is a serious risk to your parents' health
July 8, 2019,
July 8, 2019,
Research shows that social isolation can lead to a variety of physical and mental conditions.
The World Health Organization upgraded burnout from a “state” of exhaustion to “a syndrome” resulting from “chronic workplace stress.”
The health consequences are probably happening because a person’s biological clock is being disturbed.
Struggling to admit our own fault can harm our relationships and our personal growth.
“Headline anxiety” is a growing problem.
Exposure to psychological trauma, or deep anxiety or depression can make some people vulnerable to chronic pain.
Those who identify as American Indian or Alaska Natives had the highest increase among all race and ethnicity groups, according to the research.
The legislation would require public and private health insurance plans to cover PrEP and the tests and visits without a copay.
Instead of arrests, police are urging addicts to get treatment and help them get into recovery.
Elder abuse is chillingly widespread and can range anywhere from physical and sexual abuse, to emotional abuse, confinement, stealing money, negligence, and abandonment. And it's slated only to get worse with the aging U.S. population.
Children whose parents are divorced are more likely to get fat than those whose parents stay together, say researchers.
The American Psychoanalytic Association apologized for previously treating homosexuality as a mental illness.
Preschoolers on government food aid have grown a little less pudgy, a U.S. study found.
For already grappling with sleep anxiety, summer light is another road block to getting a good night's sleep.
Scientists have long found a possible link between anticholinergic drugs and an increased risk of dementia.
Most therapists agree that doing work outside of therapy sessions is crucial to feeling better.
Technology overuse ranked as the No. 1 fear of parents of teenagers in a 2018 national survey.
Lack of sleep interferes with brain function at a cellular level.
There are tell-tale signs that a new mother may need to seek help.
Brain disruptions that may contribute to autism could be happening in the first three months of fetal development.
The overall well-being in the United States has been in steady decline since 2016.
Young adults who felt more connected are much less likely to experience mental health problems and risks.
Aerobic exercise can enhance and improve cognitive function and stave off age-related brain changes.
Heartfelt talks between parent and child are essential to help kids overcome tough times.