Dr. Alex Dimitriu with Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine offers tips on understanding symptoms and treatments for bipolar disorder and perspective for those faced with this diagnosis.
Consumers who’ve been looking for a recyclable and nicotine-free inhalation device have invested more than $60,000 into a new environmentally-friendly inhalation device, quadrupling the campaign goal for Vitamin Air on Indiegogo.
There’s a comprehensive body of research linking the use – and overuse – of social media with negative impacts on an individual’s mental and emotional well-being, explains Natalie Buchwald, Founder of Manhattan Mental Health Counseling.
Research over more than a century has also established that sleep plays an important role in memory retention. More recently, studies have begun to establish more precisely how the connection between sleep and memory works.
Though not having a heart attack, patients with “broken heart” syndrome still face considerable risk of hospital readmission and in-hospital death. This is the main finding of a study led by researchers at NYU School of Medicine and published online Oct. 2 in the European Heart Journal—Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes.
In a study of CT scans of 1,200 patients, one-third of people 40 to 59 years had evidence of moderate to severe degenerative disc disease, while more than 600 of the patients had moderate to severe spinal osteoarthritis.
The long Memorial Day weekend – the unofficial start of summer – is here. With it comes outdoor fun in the sunshine, whether at the beach or pool, or right in your own backyard. The American Red Cross wants you to have fun and be safe with tips you can follow to have a great holiday weekend and entire summer season.
When the pain is all behind you, just keep moving. That’s a suggestion from the Atlantic Spine Center which says chronic, non-specific lower back pain may be best treated with low-impact exercises, yoga, Pilates, heat, massage therapy, physiotherapy, and other “non-medicinal” approaches.
Despite the fact that UV rays are strongest during the summer months and the most damage to the skin occurs then, it is possible to enjoy outdoor activities – on the golf course, at the beach, on the tennis court, in the backyard – and protect your skin.
For many of us, winter can be a time in which eating habits are put on the back burner. With warmer temperatures right around the corner, there’s no better time that now to make some changes and spring into a healthier lifestyle.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids have received a great deal of research attention in the past decade as a nutritional food supplement because of their many demonstrated and putative benefits for human health.