Category: Mental Health


Was The Surgery Really A Success?

Was The Surgery Really A Success?
Surgical medical malpractice is at the root of an astonishing number of complications and deaths every year. Whether your surgery was elective, emergency or urgent, negligence can be caused at the hands of the…

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3 Unexpected Ways How Meditation Benefits Your Health

Yoga and meditation are all the rage now, and everyone knows it can make you calmer, more relaxed and a much fitter person. But there are several unexpected ways in which meditation benefits you. So let’s take a look at…

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7 Ways Reading Can Improve Your Health

Ways Reading Can Improve Your Health
Want a simple, inexpensive way to improve your overall health?
Gustave Flaubert said, “Do not read, as children do, to amuse yourself, or like the ambitious, for the purpose of instruction. No, read…

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3 Reasons Why Your Kid’s School Should Have a Concussion Screening Program

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year in the United States, hospitals treat approximately 174,000 kids 19 and younger for traumatic brain injuries (including concussions) sustained in sports and recreation activities. This number does not…

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Paternal Postpartum Depression: Info & Tips

Current research says that about 10% of new Fathers will experience paternal postpartum depression. Just like with Moms, Dads may feel overwhelmed and inadequate when baby comes into the picture. Past history of depression, having other children to care for,…

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New Research Ties the Mental Illness to the Immune System

A research study conducted by scientists at the University of Cambridge suggests that there is a significant link between how the body responds to common childhood illnesses, like the flu, and the development of depression or psychosis in adulthood.

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The Kratom Revolution Won’t Be Televised

The herb Kratom is precipitating a revolution in mainstream medicine. Battle lines are being drawn and allies called upon by the pharmaceutical industry to join the fight to preserve the status quo.
We certainly are living in “interesting times”. We…

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10 Natural Alternatives to Treat Depression

Natural Alternatives to Treat Depression
Depression is one of the most chronic conditions faced by teens, adults and even children. While many people take medications to deal with their mild, moderate or severe depression, others want to find all-natural alternatives…

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Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Linked to Greater Psychological Flourishment

Creativity at a standstill? Feeling without a sense of purpose in life lately?
Try eating more broccoli and bananas.
According to a recent study, people who eat fruits and vegetables experience more pleasurable feelings of well-being that include a sense…

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Massage: the hero of holistic therapy

Anyone who is stressed knows how infuriating it is to be told to ‘relax’. Be it from ominous work anxieties or emotional strain, we’ve all experienced stress in some way, shape or form. And, at some point, we’ve all told…

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