Broken Heart Syndrome: How Loss Of A Loved One Can Increase Your Risk Of A Heart Attack

Jan 04, 2017 AM EST Here is how the loss of a loved one can increase your risk of suffering from a heart attack and stroke.

Will Diet Drinks Really Inhibit Weight Loss?

Nov 25, 2016 AM EST Here's the reason why diet drinks actually prevent weight loss.

Spine Loss in Brain Occurs in Patients with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, Study

Oct 04, 2014 AM EDT Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may cause dendritic spine loss in the brain, according to a study led by Harvard Medical School. The finding hence suggests that these two distinct disorders may ...

Weight Loss Surgery Less Likely To Treat Depression among Obese and Overweight Patients, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT Bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery does not necessarily alleviate depression in obese or overweight people, according to a Yale University study.

High-Protein Diets Spur Weight Loss by Suppressing Appetite, Study

Jul 05, 2014 AM EDT High-protein diets trigger weight loss by curbing appetite, according to a University of Sydney study.

Loss of Sleep, Even For a Night, Causes Brain Damage, Study

Jan 02, 2014 AM EST The brain damage observed after being hit on the head is similar to the changes observed in people deprived of sleep, even for just one night, according to an Uppsala University, Sweden, study.

Loss of Arctic Sea Ice Caused Recent Wet Summers in Britain and Northern Europe

Oct 30, 2013 AM EDT Blame the melting of Arctic sea ice in the summer months for the recent series of wet summer weather in Britain and Northern Europe.

Weekend Lie-In Does Not Compensate For Sleep Loss during the Work Week, Study

Oct 11, 2013 AM EDT While the weekend lie-in reduces tiredness, tension and soreness within the body, it won't help to restore concentration, according to researchers from Penn State University led by Alexandros ...

Loss of Australian Digging Mammals Caused Due to Declining Ecosystem, Study

Sep 25, 2013 AM EDT The population of Australian digging mammals including iconic species like echidnas, bilbies and bandicoots have reduced drastically over the last 200 years.

Brain Protein Deficiency Causes Age-Related Memory Loss, Study

Aug 29, 2013 AM EDT Age-related memory loss and Alzheimer's disease are two separate medical conditions. The diseases arise from two different parts of the brain's hippocampus, the region of the brain related to memory, ...

Regular Consumption of Diet Soda Leads to Serious Long-Term Health Consequences, Study

Jul 12, 2013 AM EDT According to a study conducted by the Purdue University, drinking Diet soda does not lead to weight loss, in fact, the beverage is claimed to cause numerous health problems ranging from obesity, ...

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