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Blood Test to Detect Depression

Blood Test to Detect Depression

As per a study, being published in the journal Translational Psychiatry, it has been revealed that scientists are working on ways to develop diagnosing methods for depression. Depression has always played hide and seek with doctors.

Sleep and Obesity Linked, Says Research

Sleep and Obesity Linked, Says Research

As per a recent research, it has been revealed that sleep is vital for proper functioning of body. A lot of things are dependent on proper sleep, and if one is not getting the needed sleep, he can face a lot of problems.

National Everyday Matters Day Raises Awareness about Mental Health

National Everyday Matters Day Raises Awareness about Mental Health

The National Everyday Matters Day is being celebrated on April 16, 2012, and in order to raise the awareness about the special day, the authorities concerned have asked people to visit their official website. The day is celebrated with a motive that people should remember the importance of each and every movement and should value the same.

Skin Cancer Can Be Avoided by Caffeine, Exercising

Skin Cancer Can Be Avoided by Caffeine, Exercising

Exercising and maintaining good health should become the priority in today’s time. People should become extra careful these days because of their eating habits as a lot of people have started loving fast food and soft drinks.

Einstein Was Right About Dark Energy

Einstein Was Right About Dark Energy

A recent study has claimed that there is some element of truth involved in a theory which Albert Einstein's had thought of as his "biggest blunder”. To reach at the conclusion, a cosmic survey concluded that dark energy is behind the universe to expand, which was treated as a mistake by Einstein.

Breast Cancer Kills 1,700 Black Women Yearly

Breast Cancer Kills 1,700 Black Women Yearly

As per recent reports, it has been revealed that around five black women die unnecessarily every day due to breast cancer since they do not have significant information about the issue and also lack access to proper and timely care.

Hospitalization Can Trigger Rapid Cognitive Decline in Elderly

Hospitalization Can Trigger Rapid Cognitive Decline in Elderly

While no one likes to be bed-ridden, a recent research indicates that aged people are more likely to face cognitive decline while hospitalized. Though some amount of cognitive decline is normal at the later stage of life, elderly patients are double at the rate of facing cognitive decline after a hospital stay.

Menopause Can Trigger Cognitive Concerns

Menopause Can Trigger Cognitive Concerns

While there is hardly any doubt left that menopause is indeed a contentious health concern for women, it is all the more imperative that such concerns are being shared with doctors timely.

Sea Lion, 13, Dies at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium

Sea Lion, 13, Dies at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium

As per recent reports, it has been claimed by caretakers from Chicago's Shedd Aquarium that they have finally euthanized a California sea lion, 13-year-old male, called Otis.

Naked Mole Rat Holds Life Saving Features?

Naked Mole Rat Holds Life Saving Features?

Researchers doubt that the furless, ugly and naked mole rats hold life-saving clues and following their doubts, they have started their studies of finding some new treatments that can help in protecting brain cells from any such damage that is commonly found to occur due to a heart attack or a stroke.

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