People who were emotionally neglected in their childhood are more likely to suffer a variety of illness later in life, according to a new study.
Mothers Who Adopt Intensive Parenting Are More Likely To Be Stressed & Depressed
Mothers whose lives revolve around their children may be more likely to be stressed and suffer from depression, according to a study.
Traffic Noise Pollution Can Contribute To Cardiovascular Risk – Study
Latest study of more than 50,000 people, about the effects of traffic noise pollution, it has found a ‘clear relationship’ between noise and heart attacks, reports journal PLoS ONE.
Emotional Stress Of Losing A Loved One Can Subject Grieving Persons More Vulnerable To Infections
Emotional Stress Of Losing A Loved One Can Weaken Body’s Immune System & Reduce The Ability To Fight Off Infections.
A Supportive Partner Helps Ease A Stressful Day At Work – Study
Previous studies have linked work-related stress to a range of mental and physical illnesses, such as depression and obesity.
North Atlantic Right Whales In Distress Over Ocean Noise Pollution
The North Atlantic right whale species (Eubalaena glacialis) studied in the Bay of Fundy in Canada, is listed as endangered.
A Woman With A Stressful Early Pregnancy Lowers The Odds Of Delivering A Baby Boy
A would be mother experiencing a stressful early pregnancy could either lower the odds for delivering a baby boy or raises the risk for a premature delivery.
Dreaming Provides Therapy For Painful Memories
A California University study has found that sleeping on problem really does help because dreaming provides overnight therapy for painful memories.
Women Who Worry A Lot Are Less Likely To Give Birth To Baby Boys
Under stress women are more likely to have baby girls than boys, experts say.
Prospective parents hoping to have a son and heir should just relax and worried women are less likely to give birth to baby boys as research suggests.
Is Stuttering Caused By Bad Parenting?
Stuttering, which affects 5 percent of children, usually begins between ages 2 and 6. About 50 percent of stutterers have family members who have stuttered.