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Waking Later and Being Active Later Puts Women at Greater Risk for Dementia by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Older women with weaker circadian rhythms, who are less physically active or are more active later in the day are more likely to develop dementia or mild cognitive im ... Read on »
When colour is not a black and white issue by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Scientists at the University of Hull have found that some people have the ability to hallucinate colours at will – even without the help of hypnosis. The study, ... Read on »
‘All Work’ Won’t Help ‘No Play’ by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts People who think that becoming a workaholic means they can compensate for an unhappy home life are deluding themselves, according a new study from Kingston University ... Read on »
Violent Video Games Alter Brain Function in Young Men by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Photo by Jaren Wilkey A functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) analysis of long-term effects of violent video game play on the brain has found changes ... Read on »
Chewing Gum Helps Test-Takers by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Have an important final exam coming up? Maybe your test prep should include chewing some gum. St. Lawrence University Assistant Professor of Psychology Serge Onyper ... Read on »
‘Heading’ a Soccer Ball Could Lead to Brain Injury by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts istockphoto Using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to study the effects of soccer ‘heading,’ researchers have found that players who head the ball with high fr ... Read on »
Eating Fish Reduces Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts “Eat your fish” my mother use to say “its good for your brain”, well ma it looks like you were right.   In a new study researchers suggest.e that eating fish at least ... Read on »
70 Percent of Middle, High School Students Experience “Slut Bashing” or Other Sexual... by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts istockphoto On Nov. 11, a 10-year-old girl called a “slut” by her classmates in Illinois, committed suicide. By eighth grade, girls have already started to m ... Read on »
Does Menopause Put Women at Risk for Depression? by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Women are far more likely than men to develop thyroid problems, especially past age 50, and abnormal levels of thyroid hormones can cause depression, anxiety, or oth ... Read on »
Keeping your eyes on the goal – despite stress by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Stressed people fall into habits and their behaviour is not goal-directed. That the neurotransmitter norepinephrine plays a decisive role here is now reported in the ... Read on »
Happy Thanksgiving : Open your heart to nature’s beauty every day by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Nature’s beauty can be easily missed — but not through Louie Schwartzberg’s lens. His stunning time-lapse photography, accompanied by powerful words from Ben ... Read on »
Web-based self-help: Strengthen your willpower over the Internet by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts A Norwegian psychology professor-cum-entrepreneur has taken on the task of helping people to drink less, quit smoking and exercise more – over the Internet. Pål Kr ... Read on »
Can Bullying and School Violence be Prevented? by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Stuart W. Twemlow, M.D., is a professor of psychiatry in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine and the coauthor of Preventing Bull ... Read on »
Young Children Not Immune From Eating Disorders by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Eating disorders don’t always wait until adolescence to appear. Young children who intentionally restrict their eating may have eating disorders as well, according to ... Read on »
Ignorance Is Bliss When It Comes to Challenging Social Issues by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts The less people know about important complex issues such as the economy, energy consumption and the environment, the more they want to avoid becoming well-informe ... Read on »
Black Friday: an Entertainment Phenomenon by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts So its Black Friday, but unlike many die hard Canadians who will track south in search of bargains I can’t be bothered ( I really did want that Miele vacumm cleaner a ... Read on »
Taming Temper Tantrums – Training Parents by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Visit msnbc.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy We’ve all probably been there, my 3rd child was the one who go us boarded on ... Read on »
1 in 12 teenagers self harm by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Martial Arts Study finds 1 in 12 teenagers self-harm but most stop by their twenties Despite self-harm being one of the strongest predictors of completed suicide, 90% of young ... Read on »