Study: Mindfulness Can Effectively Reduce Stress for Patients With Anxiety DisordersNovember 15th 2022
Patients with anxiety disorders were found to be able to use mindfulness techniques to manage generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder, and fear of certain places or situations, including crowds and public transportation.
Study: Early Fluoride Exposure Not Found to Have Impact on Childhood DevelopmentOctober 19th 2022
The measures of children’s emotional and behavioral development were assessed by the Strength and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ), and executive functioning was measured by the Behavior Inventory of Executive Functioning (BRIEF).
More Than 90% of Deaf Community Struggled After Initiation of Mask Mandate During COVID-19 PandemicOctober 5th 2022
These effects were particularly pronounced among those who sign or who are profoundly deaf, whose feelings of disconnect from society had a significantly detrimental impact on their wellbeing.
Study: Better Primary Health Care Access Leads to Improved Control of High Blood PressureSeptember 12th 2022
The authors noted that health care professionals at community clinics and primary care practices specifically can help expand awareness and detection of high blood pressure by providing affordable treatment and management.
Study Finds Routine Depression Screening May Address Underdiagnosed Patient PopulationsAugust 24th 2022
Depression tends to go unrecognized in more than half of patients presenting with symptoms in primary care, although data show that an approximate 60% of patients receive their depression care from the primary care setting.
Physical, Mental Activity for Preserving Thinking Skills Differ for Men, WomenJuly 27th 2022
Cognitive reserve, as the research team references it, is the buffer that occurs when people have strong thinking skills, even when their brains may already show signs of the underlying changes associated with cognitive impairment and dementia.
Low Moods May Arise From Staring at Yourself During Online Meetings, CallsJune 22nd 2022
These findings strengthen the challenges of online meeting platforms and raise the issue of the psychological problems that may be occurring in people participating in online activities, such as anxiety and depression.