The current Science Daily Research News Update brings a wide variety of interesting new research that covers brain waves and attention, re-conceptualization of migraine headaches, HIV and marijuana, daily drinking that leads to binge drinking, healthy living on the decline in the U.S., sneaky viruses, how the brain processes speech, smoking cessation and teens, a […]
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Another round of interesting research news updates from Science Daily. Today’s report provides links to research that details, for example, how children may raise their parents, the psychological impact of child abuse, money and fame may lead to unhappiness, many more reasons not smoke (seems like I have this headline in almost every update – […]
An interesting few weeks of updates over at Science Daily. Examples of today’s highlighted research topics include that increased food intake (rather than reduced physical activity) is responsible for the obesity epidemic, narcolepsy is now an autoimmune disorder, warnings about pet therapy dogs, childhood obesity may be linked to allergies, Autism and new brain abnormalities […]
The latest research developments posted to Science Daily include asthma, autism, sleep, alcoholism, nutrition and exercise, learning disabilities, Tourette Syndrome, and much more.
We recently filed a report about The British Medical Association’s Early Life Nutrition and Lifelong Health E-Book. This same organization publishes a free health and nutrition e-book geared toward adolescents, appropriately titled “Adolescent Health.” Adolescence can be challenging time for some, while not as turbulent for others. Poor health and nutrition, however, can make life […]
Today’s Science Daily Research News Update includes the latest developments in asthma medication, sleep-as-spring-cleaning, laughter-as-medicine, music-as-medicine, exercise programs for persons with migraine headache, methamphetamines’ effect on prenatal babies, yet another reason to stop smoking, and much more.
Science Daily is fantastic research based website. The site is massive though with many, many daily updates. Keeping up with important mental health research on this site can be a daunting challenge for practitioners and the general public. Hence, I plan to provide weekly to semi-weekly updates on The Behavioral Medicine Report in a similar […]
A recent meta-analysis* revealed that smokers who use a pharmacotherapy to aid in smoking cessation were twice as likely, on average, to maintain complete abstinence from cigarettes. Researchers analyzed 70 randomized controlled trials comprising 32,908 participants. Seven approved pharmacotherapies at 6 and 12 months of use were evaluated, including gum, inhaler, nasal spray, patch, and […]