helping homeless women

Exercise Can Improve the Lives of Women Experiencing Homelessness

Could exercise be an important tool in improving the lives of those experiencing homelessness? According to a study by Harrisburg ...
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alternative back pain treatment

An effective new treatment for chronic back pain targets the nervous system

People challenged with chronic back pain have been given hope with a new treatment that focuses on retraining how the ...
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How COVID-19 can impact our brain

COVID-19 infection in crucial brain regions may lead to accelerated brain aging

A new study by Houston Methodist researchers reviews the emerging insights and evidence that suggest COVID-19 infections may have both ...
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A brain mechanism underlying the evolution of anxiety

New research using genome editing technology has allowed scientists to create a model and assess a gene mutation associated with ...
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Mindfulness meditation reduces pain by separating it from the self

For centuries, people have been using mindfulness meditation to try to relieve their pain, but neuroscientists have only recently been ...
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Hypertension elevates risk for more severe COVID-19 illness

Hypertension more than doubles the risk of hospitalization related to Omicron infection, even in people who are fully vaccinated and ...
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Stress accelerates immune aging

Stress -- in the form of traumatic events, job strain, everyday stressors and discrimination -- accelerates aging of the immune ...
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treating PTSD

Cognitive behavioral therapy improved symptoms of headache, PTSD in US veterans

Do cognitive behavioral therapies for posttraumatic headache and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms improve headache-related disability in veterans compared with ...
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Females far likelier to suffer with Long COVID

A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Current Medical Research and Opinion, reveals that females are "significantly" more likely to ...
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Light During Sleep in Older Adults Linked to Obesity, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure

In a sample of older men and women ages 63 to 84, those who were exposed to any amount of ...
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