Lockdown: Fears grow over long-term impact of pandemic on young people’s mental health

Lockdown: Fears grow over long-term impact of pandemic on young people’s mental health

A survey by the mental health charity YoungMinds found that 67 per cent of respondents are worried about how the pandemic will affect their children’s long-term mental health.

PRP for Hair Regeneration

PRP for Hair Regeneration

Anyone experiencing hair loss is essentially a good candidate for PRP treatments, but those with early hair loss tend to respond best; particularly in patients with “androgenic alopecia,” which is a genetically determined type of hair thinning that typically occurs along the top of the head both in men and women.

Resolving Lower Back Pain for Good With NST

Resolving Lower Back Pain for Good With NST

Choosing procedures With NST choosing which procedures to include that will resolve each patient's unique presenting symptom pattern is a simple matter of always including certain 'core' procedures such as the lumbar, thoracic, cervical spine, sacrum and diaphragm adjustments and then adding the procedures that correspond to other areas of tension or pain.

Like Fine Wine, Marriage Ages Well

Like Fine Wine, Marriage Ages Well

Contrary to what many people think, marital quality does not inevitably decline—it tends to remain high or even improve over the decades.” Likewise, a poll by Starts at 60 found that 64-percent of the respondents said they were happier in their long-term relationship than they were when they started dating.5 The respondents cited increased financial stability and greater intimacy when they got older as factors and generally reported better sex in later years than at the start of the relationship.

Vitamin D Deficiency Can Lead to Increased Allergies

Vitamin D Deficiency Can Lead to Increased Allergies

Rising Prevalence of Allergies Corresponds to Increasing Vitamin D Deficiency Food allergies associated with IgE affects 3 percent of the population, with severe effects on daily life.

Would a Placebo Work For You?

Would a Placebo Work For You?

The study, which took place at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, found that placebo pills are effective for the treatment of chronic back pain in certain people, and those who responded better to the placebos typically have particular anatomical and psychological characteristics.1 These results are based on an investigation that included 63 adult men and women who had been suffering from long-term back pain.

How Much Water Do You Really Need?

How Much Water Do You Really Need?

Often, it happens with little notice, and by the time a person responds to their thirst they already are behind on a healthy water balance. "A lot of high blood pressure and other types of medications tend to be diuretics," which cause the body to lose more water, Schapiro said.