People have long been aware of the benefits of exercise. Now, a new study finds that one particular aspect of fitness that is, training for a specific goal may be particularly advantageous. The value of goal-oriented exercise ties directly into the aging pr…Read More
Anorexia nervosa and bulimia are both eating disorders in which a person tries to lose weight in unhealthful ways. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 0.6% of adults in the United States experienced anorexia between 2001 and 2003, com…Read More
Dehydration can cause headaches and several physiological issues, and older adults are most at risk of experiencing it. Does it also affect cognitive function, however? And might overhydration also affect mental performance? Dehydration can cause headaches, …Read More
Penis size can cause concern in some people. Having a small penis might affect a person’s self-confidence and lead to feelings of anxiety. One of the many myths surrounding masturbation is the idea that it can make a person’s penis bigger or smaller. However…Read More
Another busy year for clinical research has come and gone. What are the most important findings from 2019? Here is our overview of some of the most noteworthy studies of the year. Share on PinterestWhat happened in medical research in 2019? In this special …Read More
New research from the United Kingdom suggests that people who play in a brass band experience a wide array of mental and physical health benefits partly from playing an instrument, and, in part, thanks to the feeling of inclusion in a group. Share on Pinter…Read More
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