Month: May 2021

Waking Just One Hour Earlier Cuts Depression Risk by Double Digits

[ad_1] Waking up just one hour earlier could reduce a person’s risk of major depression by 23%, suggests a sweeping new genetic study published May 26 in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. The study of 840,000 people, by researchers at University of Colorado (CU) Boulder and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, represents some of …

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Sleep Macroarchitecture Linked with Cognitive Function in Older Men

[ad_1] Flinders University experts warn that disrupted slumber can be linked to cognitive dysfunction in men aged 65 years and older. In a new article published in the Journal of Sleep Research, the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health research group studied a group of 477 middle-aged and older men’s attention and processing speed in relation …

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UCLA questionnaire may shed light on gastrointestinal burdens of systemic sclerosis

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COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Men’s Health – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] The onset of the pandemic in 2020 led to a substantial increase in mental health challenges. In their August 2020 report, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported that the “prevalence of symptoms” of anxiety and depression were more than three times higher than they were a year before. Roughly 40% of respondents to …

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Health warning signs not to ignore – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] Sometimes, pulling teeth feels easier than getting men into a doctor’s office. Blame it on male ego, feeling invincible, indestructible or just not wanting to know, men are likely ignoring signs or symptoms of potentially serious health issues. But even minor symptoms can be early warning signs of a bigger health problem down the …

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Essential Elements of a Healthy Diet : nutrition

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Low blood flow in the brain may be an early sign of Parkinson’s disease — ScienceDaily

[ad_1] Patients who suffer from REM sleep behaviour disorder have altered blood flow in the brain, which can lead to a lack of oxygen in the brain tissue. In the long term, this may cause symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. This is shown by research from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. Do you sleep restlessly …

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Finding comes from a study of adults with normal kidney function — ScienceDaily

[ad_1] In a study of adults with normal kidney function, those who had frequent depressive symptoms were more likely to later experience a rapid decline in kidney function. The study will appear in an upcoming issue of CJASN. Depression is a common condition in middle-aged and older adults, and it can contribute to a variety …

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