New blood test may help doctors diagnose Alzheimer’s disease earlier
New blood test may help doctors diagnose Alzheimer's disease earlier

05/31/2013

A study conducted by the Mayo Clinic has revealed that a new type of blood test targeting plasma may be the key to detecting signs of Alzheimer’s disease in individuals years before the condition completely takes hold. Continue reading

Do medical studies inspire people to experience symptoms of Wi-Fi syndrome?
Do medical studies inspire people to experience symptoms of Wi-Fi syndrome?

05/31/2013

A study recently published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research has targeted a condition known colloquially as “Wi-Fi syndrome,” or the transformation of one’s view of personal health regarding exposure to Wi-Fi. Continue reading

Individuals walk or bike to work based on societal trends
Individuals walk or bike to work based on societal trends

05/30/2013

A study posted in the online issue of the American Journal of Health Behavior has revealed that walking or biking to work may be influenced by the behaviors of co-workers or partners. Continue reading

Food addiction linked to child abuse in women
Food addiction linked to child abuse in women

05/30/2013

A recent study, published in the journal Obesity, has shown that women who were affected by physical or sexual abuse in youth may be more likely to develop addictions to food. Continue reading

Talk therapy may only work as treatment for some patients
Talk therapy may only work as treatment for some patients

05/30/2013

A recent study published in PLoS Medicine has revealed that while psychotherapy can be beneficial, it may not be the most effective treatment for depression. Continue reading

Minneapolis declared America’s healthiest city third year in a row
Minneapolis declared America's healthiest city third year in a row

05/29/2013

A report released by the American College of Sports Medicine has revealed that Minneapolis, MN, is the fittest city in the U.S. for the third year in a row. Continue reading

Pharmas prefer YouTube to Twitter
Pharmas prefer YouTube to Twitter

05/29/2013

A recent survey by Ideahaus MarketSMITH Services and Hellebusch Research and Consulting has revealed that more pharmaceutical companies prefer YouTube to Twitter. Continue reading

Black patients wait longer to start prostate cancer treatment, study finds
Black patients wait longer to start prostate cancer treatment, study finds

05/29/2013

A study published in the journal Cancer has revealed that black men may wait longer to start treatment for prostate cancer than white men, which in turn could result in greater risks. Continue reading

Medical marijuana poisoning children, study finds
Medical marijuana poisoning children, study finds

05/28/2013

A recent report published in JAMA Pediatrics on May 27 has found that young people are increasingly coming into contact with medical marijuana and are becoming poisoned as a result. Continue reading

Should schools provide students with at least 60 minutes of physical activity?
Should schools provide students with at least 60 minutes of physical activity?

05/24/2013

A recent report from the U.S. Institute of Medicine calls upon schools to provide students with at least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity each day. Continue reading