Loneliness Is A Source Of Distress For The Elderly That Could Lead To Functional Decline & Even Death

Assessment of loneliness is not routine in clinical practice and it may be viewed as beyond the scope of medical practice, according to Dr. Carla Perissinotto the team leader of the study.

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Sleep Deprivation Could Trigger A stroke Despite Being Healthy

People who slept for fewer than six hours were most likely to experience stroke symptoms such as numbness or weakness down one side of their body, dizziness, loss of vision or a sudden inability to express themselves verbally or in writing.

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Neurofeedback Which Helps People Control Brain Activity Could Also Help Treat Depression

Neurofeedback, a brain training technique which helps people control activity in a specific part of the brain could help treat depression, a study suggests.

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Excessive Endurance Exercise Can Do Long Term Harm To The Cardiovascular System – Study

Excessive endurance activities such as marathons, iron man distance triathlons, and very long distance bicycle races may cause structural changes to the heart and large arteries, leading to lasting injury.

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Myopia Prevalent To East Asian Students Deprive From Sunlight Exposure While Aiming For Academic Excellence

Myopia, or short-sightedness, now affects between 80 percent and 90 percent of school children in the major cities of countries such as China, Japan and South Korea, says study.

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