Monthly Archives : January 2015


Psychosocial Interventions for Suicide Prevention

Psychosocial interventions for suicidal ideation, plans, and attempts: A database of randomised controlled trials Background: Research in suicide prevention using psychosocial interventions is rapidly advancing. However, randomised controlled trials are published across a range of medical, psychological and sociology journals,…

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iPhone anxiety

Enormous Impact of iPhone on Our Cognitive Abilities

iPhone Separation Anxiety  

0 Comments / 8 View / January 12, 2015 Free 800 concierge service Just Announced a Free 800 Number to Book Doctor Appointments Nation Wide

World News MD ( announced today the release of a free “800” concierge number allowing patients to book a doctor appointment by simply dialing 866 393 0966. (Option 4) Chula Vista, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 20115. World News MD (…

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Schocking Video: The Surprise Delivery of a Lifetime

This week a Weymouth woman gave birth to a healthy baby girl, and she did not know she was pregnant until she went into labor  

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Lower Your Bad holesterol in Just 5 Weeks with Avocado Diet

Bite Back At Bad Cholesterol: Eat An Avocado A Day  

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Childhood Guilt Linked to Mental Illness – Blaine Pollock

Extreme guilt is a symptom of adult Depression, but a recent study finds that such feelings in childhood can predict future mental illness, including depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder. The link seems to revolve around the anterior insula…

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WorldNewsMD Press Release

WorldNewsMD Latest Press Release

Newly released is a leading source for the most current breaking Healthcare News around the world.  Chula Vista, CA (PRWEB) January 08, 2015 posts daily, the most advanced medical research and clinical trials spanning the globe. Recently launched…

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Sleep lung cancer

Importance of Sleep Duration for Lung Cancer Prevention

Sleep duration and incidence of lung cancer in ageing men Background: Previous studies have suggested an association between sleep duration and cancer. However, the information on sleep duration regard to risk of lung cancer is scanty. Methods: Analysed data comprised…

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Fascinating New Research on Young Concussion Patients

Longer Rest After Concussions Might Not Be Good  

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Blind Faith- Blind leading Blind

The Blind Have a Sixth Sense: Echolocation – Blaine Pollock

A new study is indicating that some people who are blind build up an alternate sense — called echolocation — to help them “see.” In addition to relying on their other senses, those who are blind may also use echoes to…

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