Chronic high blood sugar may prevent people from feeling the benefits of exercise, a study by researchers from @JoslinDiabetes, @harvardmed, and colleagues in @NatMetabolism suggests.
Researchers from @UniTrento in Italy have identified structural and functional differences in the brains of people with temporary and chronic anxiety. These differences may one day serve to improve the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety.
An analysis by @KingsIoPPN and @BSMSMedSchool suggests that higher levels of trace lithium in public drinking water may be associated with lower rates of suicide.
Scientists propose that oxytocin could potentially treat the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease. In laboratory studies using brain tissue, the hormone seemed to restore beta-amyloid-induced-impairments.
Here is some information about the six different types of hepatitis and the vaccines that are available for some of them. #WorldHepatitisDay
In today's video update, we are addressing a serious mental health concern during this pandemic. #COVID19 #MentalHealthMatters
People with aquaphobia can feel extremely anxious around seemingly harmless bodies of water, such as pools and bathtubs. Here is what you need to know about the causes, symptoms, and treatment options.
In our new Medical Myths series, we tackle a range of common medical misconceptions. In the first installment, we ask if sugar really does make children hyperactive. Welcome to #MedicalMythsMonday
Anxiety is a normal response to stress in both adults and children. An anxiety disorder is a medical condition that involves regular, high levels of anxiety that are difficult to control. Here is what you need to know about anxiety in children.
Most people who develop Lyme disease recover fully following a course of antibiotics. In rare cases, symptoms may persist for weeks, months, or even years after antibiotic treatment. Here is what you need to know about Lyme disease.