Posts Categorized: Medical Reports

Going To Sleep Earlier Prolongs Your Life, Here’s How

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  A new study, published April 11, 2018 in Chronobiology International, found that folks who prefer staying up in the evenings have a 10% higher risk of dying, from all causes of mortality, when compared to those who prefer mornings.   Looking at those who strongly prefer activity in the evenings vs those who strongly prefer activity… Read more »

How To Navigate Holiday Parties Without Regretting What You Eat (Or Drink)

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Holiday stress isn’t all just about juggling the social commitments, traveling or picking out just the right gift. Most people report that being surrounded by rich holiday foods, alcohol, temptation everywhere, impulse eating, and weight gain during the holiday season adds a significant amount of stress as well.   If there was ever a time… Read more »

Is Your Job Driving You Crazy? You Are Not Alone. Here’s Help.

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A new study, published in Lancet Psychiatry on May 10, 2018 , suggests that occupation alone might cause as many as one out of every 7 new cases of depression, anxiety, and other common mental disorders. Even after adjusting for lifestyle factors, stressful life events, temperament, personality, family history and personal history of mental illness, researchers… Read more »

Disrupted Day/Night Rhythm Increases Mental Illness Rates

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A new study shows that disruption of a normal day/night rhythm takes an enormous toll on your mental health. Do you have a circadian rhythm disturbance?   You might if you are restless or active during the night, or are inactive for long periods during the day. That’s all it took to significantly increase odds… Read more »

Yet Another Study Showing That Overweight Is Healthier Than Underweight

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A new study, this time looking at breast cancer, found the same thing that several previous studies have revealed: it’s better to be overweight than underweight.   The latest study, published in JAMA Oncology on June 21, 2018, found that a higher BMI was associated with lowered breast cancer rates.  Especially if the BMI was… Read more »