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Can Stress Make You Sick?

A major consequence that results when stress goes unreleased is that it suppresses your immune system, which can ultimately result in some form of illness.


Can Chemotherapy Actually Cause Cancer to Spread?

Chemotherapy shrinks cancer in the short term, but a study indicates it may actually promote the spread of the disease and even lead to forms that are more aggressive.


3 Scientifically-Backed Reasons to Choose Plant Protein Over Animal Protein

Here’s a summary of four different studies that identify three significant health gains in reaching for plant-based proteins instead of those from beef, poultry and other animal sources.


Study Finds a High-Salt Diet May Cause Dementia

This is the first discovery to show a link between excess salt consumption and neurovascular and cognitive impairments.


Is Anxiety a Precursor of Alzheimer’s Disease?

A new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston Researchers has revealed that worsening anxiety may be an early symptom of the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.


Tamiflu Side Effects: Reports of Hallucinations Abound

Many people with the flu have reached for Tamiflu; however, reports of serious neuropsychiatric side effects, such as hallucinations, are raising concerns about its safety.


Q&A With Dr. Katy: Should I Give My Dog Melatonin?

For humans, melatonin is known for promoting sleep. But for canines, research shows that melatonin may help with a few different conditions.


Reading May Be the Key to Living Longer

Science has found one more healthful lifestyle practice that can prolong your life, as reading books regularly has been found to boast longevity benefits.


Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer

A study in Spain found that men who adhered to the Mediterranean diet had a reduced risk of aggressive prostate cancer (PC) compared to those who followed the Prudent or Western diets.


Less Than 8 Hours of Sleep a Night Linked to Depression and Anxiety

A new study found that repetitive, intrusive negative thoughts are common among people who sleep less than the recommended eight hours a night, leaving them vulnerable to symptoms of anxiety and depression.