Study Reveals One’s Nearby Living Environment Affects Blood Pressure

Sep 16, 2014 by

A study published in 2008 in the Journal Epidemiology has reported that the surrounding neighborhood which a person resides in has a...

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Heart Disease and Death Risks Increased By Working For An Incompetent Boss

Sep 2, 2009 by

The role of stress and one’s working environment in the disease process cannot be understated or underestimated. Yet, little...

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Why the U.S. is Chronically Sick, and How to Solve the Problem

Sep 2, 2009 by

Two to three centuries ago, the American population was quite healthy overall. Fast forward two to three hundred years, and, despite...

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Health Benefits of Living Near Greenery

Feb 12, 2009 by

Don’t you just love the feeling of being in amongst nature, enjoying the serenity and fresh air? I most certainly do, and,...

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Psychological Counseling May Improve Survival of Breast Cancer Sufferers

Jan 13, 2009 by

A recent study has suggested that psychological counseling may boost breast cancer patients’ likelihood of survival. By undergoing...

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Plants Improve Recovery of Patients

Jan 7, 2009 by

When a friend is ill, we sometimes bring plants or flowers while visiting. People also report feeling better after going for a walk in...

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How Stress and Diet May Interact To Affect Cancer Risk

Dec 30, 2008 by

Intuitively as well as scientifically, we have a feel of how stress and diet both play large roles in cancer development. A study...

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Heart Health Negatively Affected By Undesirable Lifestyle Habits Arising From St...

Dec 26, 2008 by

A recent study at the University College London has found that stress raises the risk of heart problems, including heart attack, by...

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Study Reveals ‘Formula’ for Older Folks to ‘Thrive’

Nov 23, 2008 by

A study published in the October issue of Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences has revealed a certain “formula” for older...

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