06/29/2015
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  • NEWS

    A study by Australian researchers suggests that online tools can help patients with chronic pain manage their symptoms more effectively, and that they can reduce the need for frequent trips to the doctor. Learn more


  • NEWS

    Women who have more variability in the time between heart beats are less likely to have problems with sexual arousal, according to new research published in the journal Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. Learn more


  • NEWS

    If you have a stroke in America, where you live can affect the quality of of treatment you receive, concludes new research at the University of Michigan Medical School. Learn more

  • QUOTE OF
    THE DAY

    Keep your eyes on the stars,and your feet on the ground.

    —Theodore Roosevelt


  • NEWS

    Does a baby's gaze give you a hint if they'll be hyperactive as a child? A new study, published in Scientific Reports, suggests that infants who don't hold a gaze for very long may be more likely to have behavioral problems later. Learn more.


  • NEWS

    You may want to hold off on the bread before dinner. A new study in Diabetes Care shows that consuming protein, vegetables and even fat before eating carbs can help regulate the body's blood sugar. Learn more

  • SLICE OF HISTORY

    President Harry S. Truman signs landmark legislation that marks a significant change in how America deals with mental health conditions. The shift in thinking was largely precipitated by World War II, when military psychiatrists discovered how many of the soldiers they treated actually had serious psychological conditions before they went to war. Get the full story.

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