• Exercise Can Help ADHD Symptoms

    Exercise Can Help ADHD Symptoms

    When young men have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), doctors are likely to hand them a prescription to help control their symptoms. Now there may be a new way to improve ADHD symptoms, with researchers demonstrating that exercise can help men improve their mood and motivation. The study comes from K.M. Fritz and P.J. O’Connor

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  • 1 in 13 Young Adults Consider Suicide

    1 in 13 Young Adults Consider Suicide

    Suicide has tragic consequences, and a new report has some sobering statistics showing just how prevalent suicide really is. In the past year, 1 in every 13 young adults has considered suicide, according to government data. The report comes from Rachel Lipari and other researchers at the United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services

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  • Schizophrenic Minds May Repair Themselves

    Schizophrenic Minds May Repair Themselves

    There is no cure for Schizophrenia, but researchers have just made a surprising discovery. Medical imaging has revealed that brains affected by Schizophrenia may be trying to heal themselves, a discovery that could hold potential for future treatment. The study comes from Dr. Lena Palaniyappan at the Lawson Health Research Institute in London, Ontario, Canada,

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  • Blood Pressure Fluctuation Worsens Mental Function

    Blood Pressure Fluctuation Worsens Mental Function

    High or low blood pressure can be bad news for health, but mounting evidence suggests blood pressure variation could also be a problem. New research has linked variation in blood pressure readings with worse mental function in older adults. The study comes from Bo Qin, Ph.D. of Rutgers Cancer Institute in New Brunswick, New Jersey,

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  • Common Heart Drug Could Increase Dementia Risk

    Common Heart Drug Could Increase Dementia Risk

    With an aging population, more people are relying on heart drugs like Warfarin to prevent blood clots. However, a new study has suggested that when these patients also have atrial fibrillation, their chance of getting dementia rises. The study comes from Dr. T. Jared Bunch and other researchers from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute

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  • Is Autism Linked to Pesticide Spraying?

    Is Autism Linked to Pesticide Spraying?

    With autism diagnoses on the rise in the United States, many are calling for answers as to why autism is becoming more common. A new study has found increased autism rates in communities where there is aerial pesticide spraying, but the story may not be as clear as it seems. The study comes from Dr.

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