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Chronic Drinking Rewires Brain and Increases Anxiety Problems

A recent study conducted by scientists at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and UNC’s Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies suggests that heavy alcohol use rewires brain…

Dental Health Linked to Dementia Risk

Do you floss regularly?  Brush your teeth after every meal?  If you do, you might be preventing more than just cavities and gum disease.  A recent study found that people…

Fit Kids Make Better Grades

The brain boosting benefits of exercise were demonstrated yet again in a recent study of middle school students conducted by the University of North Texas in Denton.  The study found…

SPECT Imaging Study Enhances Clinical Psychiatric Practice

Study reports 79% of diagnosis and/or treatment would have been different after the clinicians reviewed brain SPECT images. Can you name a medical profession that prescribes medication or treatment without…

Swim Your Way to Better Health

It’s been proven time and time again that swimming is one of the best forms of exercise you can do.  It is the second most popular sport in the United…

Top Reason for Soldier Suicides

A few months ago the Pentagon reported an upsurge in suicides among America’s troops, averaging nearly one a day this year – the fastest pace in the nation’s decade of…

A Shorter Stride Could Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

Researchers at the Alzheimer’s Association recently reported that subtle changes in the way a person walks can be an early indication of cognitive decline and a signal for further testing. …

Why Chronic Pain Is All in Your Head

When people suffer similar injuries, why do some end up with chronic pain while others recover and are pain free?  Well according to a recent Northwestern Medicine study that tracked…

Walk Your Way to Brain Health – Tips to Find Your Pace and Path

Walking is arguably the best exercise, virtually anyone can enjoy! It’s a natural movement that benefits the very beginner, as well as the highly fit body builder. Walking is safe,…

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