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Study: Incorporating Exercise With Psychotherapy May Cure Depression

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Nov 16, 2017 … LANSING, Mich. — Regular exercise is not only simple and effective in helping treat depression, but it seems to be an intervention that depressed individuals may actually desire, a new study finds. Researchers at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan recently interviewed nearly 300 mental health clinic patients on their attitudes toward physical exercise.…

Life’s Hardships Impact Your Wellbeing Even Decades Later, Study Finds

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Mar 12, 2020 … Research shows that people dealt difficult life events, especially early on, are far more likely to battle psychiatric problems and social struggles later in life. Individuals raised by cold, emotionally-detached mothers are also at a much greater risk of having mental and social issues as they age. NORWICH, England — Each person on this planet can…

Is 40 The New 60? Survey Reveals Most Adults’ Bodies Start To Break Down In Their 40s

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Dec 10, 2019 … LONDON — Nobody ever said growing old is fun. Still, a surprising recent survey of 2,000 British adults finds that most people are feeling some serious wear and tear on their bodies as early as their mid-forties. The average respondent will start to notice their knees creaking and cracking around 47, notice hearing deterioration at 49,…

Anything To Win: Study Finds Top Athletes Routinely Leave Their Morals On The Sidelines

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Oct 28, 2019 … Researchers discover hard-nosed athletes naturally tend to suspend their sense of right-and-wrong when on the field. Players more likely to engage in antisocial behavior for the sake of victory — or to avoid punishment by their coaches. BIRMINGHAM, England — Competing in sports as a child is supposed to be a fun way to teach children…

College Freshmen Adjust Better When They Give Themselves Ample Alone Time

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Jun 18, 2019 … ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A little alone time can go a long way in college. New research by an international team of researchers found that while social isolation is a serious problem for some first-year college students, spending time alone during one’s freshman year can also be greatly beneficial in the long-term adjustment to college life.…

Survey: 1 In 5 Millennials Thinks Climate Change Will Cause Extinction Of Humanity — During Their Lifetime!

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Apr 23, 2019 … NEW YORK — Climate change may forever linger as a hot debate among political parties, but it seems most Americans believe it’s the very reason there won’t be a forever at all. A new survey shows that three-quarters of adults agree that climate change will cause the extinction of humanity. In fact, nearly half of…

Study Shows ‘Dangerous’ Health Disparities Between States

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May 29, 2018 … SEATTLE — In what is being called the most comprehensive state-by-state health assessment ever taken in the United States, a recent study found a huge disparity between some states and others. Among the most eye-popping findings, working-age Americans in 21 states have a higher probability of premature death that all other states. The likelihood of…

Terror Attack Survivors At Higher Risk Of Frequent Headaches, Migraines

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May 26, 2018 … MINNEAPOLIS — Exposure to terror attacks may leave survivors with frequent painful headaches, including migraines, in the months after the incident, a new study finds. The research, led by Synne Øien Stensland of the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies in Oslo, focused on the survivors of the 2011 shooting at a youth summer camp on…

Study: Playing Violent Video Games Every Day Doesn’t Increase Aggression

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Mar 27, 2018 … BERLIN — Playing combat video games every day won’t turn you in a vicious zombie after all. In a groundbreaking study, German researchers found no links between daily violent video game play and increased aggression in adults. In the past, research has suggested that playing violent video games even for a few minutes can increase individuals’…

Parks Are Nice, But Natural Outdoor Settings Will Make You Happiest, Study Finds

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Mar 22, 2018 … GUILDFORD, England — If you want to truly relax, you might have to travel a little farther than your neighborhood park. Splashing your toes in the surf, strolling down a country lane or visiting a national park is more likely to bring about blissful feelings that last. Researchers from several British universities discovered that while…

Study: Just A Third Of People Diagnosed With Depression Start Treatment

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Feb 09, 2018 … PORTLAND, Ore. — Only one-third of people newly diagnosed with depression go forward with getting treatment, a new study finds. The findings, released by Kaiser Permanente, are disturbing for healthcare professionals, who are trying harder to detect and diagnose depression in patients during primary care visits. The numbers are also surprising considering the increasing numbers of…