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Why some are Early Birds and some are Night Owls

Why some are Early Birds and some are Night Owls

I am discussing here why some are early birds and some are night owls. Whether you are an early bird or a night owl seems to be genetically determined. CNN reviewed this in this article. The majority of people get tired around 10 PM, they get to bed and sleep for 7 to 8 hours before t
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Depression Treatment Without Pills

Depression Treatment Without Pills

Common depression treatments involves antidepressants, but depression treatment without pills is an option for those where pills don’t work. Researchers have investigated the effectiveness of antidepressants versus placebos. This showed that antidepressants relieve symptoms of depress
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Teen Marijuana Use Can Cause Bipolar Disease Later

Teen Marijuana Use Can Cause Bipolar Disease Later

Teen marijuana use can cause bipolar disease later in life. This is what a new study showed. The study comes from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom. Dr. Steven Marwaha, a clinical academic psychiatrist was the lead investigator. While it had been known that the use of ma
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Male Birth Control Injection

Male Birth Control Injection

A new study examined whether a male birth control injection would be effective. 320 healthy men aged between 18 and 45 in monogamous relationships received hormone injections every 8 weeks. 1000 mg of a synthetic testosterone (testosterone undecanoate) and 200 milligrams of norethiste
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Antidepressants During Pregnancy Could Cause Children’s Speech Problems

Antidepressants During Pregnancy Could Cause Children’s Speech Problems

A new study has shown that antidepressants during pregnancy could cause children’s speech problems. Some pregnant women are depressed, but the physician must be careful to not just prescribe an antidepressant. Professor Alan Brown from Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health,
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Depression And Low Testosterone In Men

Depression And Low Testosterone In Men

1. Researchers at George Washington University near Washington, DC found that men with borderline low testosterone levels are at a greater risk of getting depressive symptoms and developing clinical depression. Dr. Michael S. Irwig and associates collected data from 200 men aged 20 to
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