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Pediatric patients experience hyperhidrosis in multiple focal areas

March 02, 2021 1 min read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Rice ZP, et al. Hyperhidrosis affects multiple focal areas and is undertreated in pediatric sufferers:Survey results from population of >500 children and adolescents (ages 6-18). Presented at: Masters of Pediatric Dermatology; Feb. 4-5, 2021 (virtual meeting). Disclosures:…

Here are simple 6 ways to use yoga to soothe your anxiety

Yoga works like a natural pacifier for anxiety. Not only does it have multiple positive effects on the body, but it also heals the central nervous system. This induces a feeling of relaxation, helping with anxiety.Complete awareness at the level of body, mind and breath is the definition of the state of Yoga. Hence, yoga is a practice done not just…

Depression and anxiety can lead to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Having depression is known to increase the risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. However, a new study has found that depression and anxiety are linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).According to the study, if people do develop Alzheimer’s disease, those with depression may start experiencing dementia symptoms about two years…

Why a Halifax psychologist says more guidance is needed for Canadian parents during COVID-19

A psychologist and associate professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax says public health departments across the country could be doing more to support parents by providing them with guidance around keeping their kids healthy during the pandemic.Her comments come as COVID-19 in many parts of Canada hits the one-year mark.“For some parents, it’s…

Are severe bloating and irritability signs of ‘premenstrual dysphoric disorder’? Find out

Most people experience bloating, irritability and mood swings right before their periods. There is also a bit of fatigue, and while the experience may be individually different, the symptoms are more or less common for most. But, did you know that approximately 3 to 9 per cent of people actually experience premenstrual changes so severe they cannot…

The pandemic has ruined my memory. Can my search history help?

Our memories are shot: I know this, having read, and instantly forgotten, the science. It is the combination of isolation, anxiety and nothing happening, I think, undermining our episodic memory. Repeating myself, forgetting shopping and rereading a simple recipe 10 times, I fear my brain has been smoothed to idiocy by days that pass without contours…

Extreme rainfall associated with climate change in Amazonia causes adverse birth outcomes

Extreme rainfall associated with climate change is causing harm to babies in some of the most forgotten places on the planet setting in motion a chain of disadvantage down the generations, according to new research in Nature Sustainability.Researchers from Lancaster University and the FIOCRUZ health research institute in Brazil found babies born to…

Health risks to babies on the front line of climate change

Extreme rainfall associated with climate change is causing harm to babies in some of the most forgotten places on the planet setting in motion a chain of disadvantage down the generations, according to new research in Nature Sustainability.Researchers from Lancaster University and the FIOCRUZ health research institute in Brazil found babies born to…

Medical myths: All about multiple sclerosis

To mark the start of Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, this week’s edition of Medical Myths will focus on the myths that surround this commonly misunderstood condition.Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. It is a lifelong condition that causes neurological disabilities and a wide range of symptoms.Globally,…

People were asked about communal living – this is what they say is the biggest benefit

It’s thought 70% of people will live in cities by 2050. Co-living could offer sustainable, affordable housing options for many.The world’s loneliness and mental health crisis is being exacerbated by the pandemic.Communal living can provide companionship for those who don’t want to live alone.Studies suggest living with others can help anxiety…

Few in Hawaii spared the far-reaching consequences of the coronavirus pandemic

Coby Torda still walks his dogs and works out at the gym just as he did before he became one of Hawaii’s first confirmed cases of COVID-19, but not without a portable oxygen concentrator.The Ewa Beach resident’s lungs were permanently damaged by the coronavirus that has sickened 27,559 and caused 439 deaths statewide, and he still suffers from…

Supporting children through the pandemic in Hackney – a photo essay

“The only time I come out of my bedroom is when my mum calls me,” Ava Ogarro quietly confesses to me as we chat on the sofa. She’s eight years old, and the youngest of three living with their mum, Joanne Piggin, in a two-bedroom apartment on the Frampton Park Estate in Hackney, east London. Ava hasn’t left the flat in days, despite Joanne encouraging…

Researchers Build AI To Predict Repeat Psychiatric Hospitalization

Getting help to potential “high utilizers” will save safety net hospitals money. gettyPeople who are admitted multiple times a year to inpatient psychiatric hospitals could be better served by preemptive services that not only keep them out of the hospital, but save a bed for someone else. That’s why researchers at the University of Texas…

Empathetic Phone Call Program Reduces Loneliness, Depression & Anxiety In Older Adults: Study

A lonely man with a face mask looks his mobile phone during a sunny and warm Valentine’s Day on … [+] February 14, 2021 in Granada, Spain. Granada, a province of Andalusia in Spain, continues to fight against the coronavirus with some measures such as a night curfew and bars and restaurants closed at 06:00 pm to reduce the virus infections. (Photo…

UNH gets $3 million to study wilderness therapy for teens

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — The University of New Hampshire is getting nearly $3 million to study the effectiveness of wilderness therapy in treating teens with depression, anxiety and substance use disorders.Officials say the grant money will allow the university’s Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Center to conduct the first randomized clinical trial to…

Vulnerable children ‘forgotten’ in Covid vaccine rollout, say UK charities

Thousands of the UK’s most vulnerable children are being “forgotten” in the coronavirus vaccine rollout, charities have said, as they urged ministers to help struggling families.The country has met its target of vaccinating the most clinically vulnerable adults, but under-16s are not eligible as current vaccines have not been licensed for minors.While…

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