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Medical News Today: What Does Depression Feel Like?

Depression is a serious mental illness that can interfere with a person’s life. It can cause long-lasting and severe feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a loss of interest in activities. It can also cause physical symptoms of pain, appetite changes, ...

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Medical News Today: Women do have better memories than men, says study

It is official. Women have better memories than men. In a study published in the journal Menopause, women aged 45-55 years performed better in all memory measures, despite experiencing a decline around the menopause. Throughout life, women appear to have ...

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Medical News Today: Harm from a week's overeating may be canceled by exercise

With Thanksgiving and Christmas on the horizon, the majority of Americans are looking forward to a festive feast, with turkey, side dishes, and pumpkin pie. The holiday season is not limited to one day, and with family visits and other ...

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Medical News Today: Genes for dreaming, deep sleep identified in new study

By analyzing the genes and brain activity of more than 8,000 mice, researchers have identified two genes that control deep sleep and dreaming, opening the door to new treatments for sleep disorders. Researchers have discovered two genes that control dreaming ...

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Medical News Today: Sound perception and the importance of context

A study published this week in Nature Neuroscience takes a fresh look at how context impacts the way in which we respond to sound stimuli. The results show that the underlying neuroscience is both complex and surprising. Identical sounds can ...

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Medical News Today: Hookworms could help treat asthma

The number of Americans with asthma is rising every year, highlighting the need for new treatments for the respiratory condition. Now, a new study reveals how the quest for new asthma treatments may have been given a helping hand by ...

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Medical News Today: Hunger 'not linked to calorie intake'

Grocery stores are now amassed with prepackaged meals claiming to suppress appetite and keep us feeling fuller for longer. But according to new research, these meals are unlikely to affect our overall calorie intake. Researchers say there is no link ...

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Medical News Today: Stress hormone in hair could predict IVF outcomes

A woman’s chances of pregnancy success with in vitro fertilization might be predicted through hormone levels in her hair. This is the finding of a new study published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology. The likelihood of pregnancy though IVF could be ...

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Medical News Today: Why are women more vulnerable to eating disorders? Brain study sheds light

Eating disorders are much more common among women than men. Now, a new study may have uncovered a neurological explanation for this disparity. Researchers find that women are more likely than men to experience brain activity relating to negative body ...

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Medical News Today: Hormone therapy for prostate cancer may raise dementia risk

Men with prostate cancer who are treated with a form of hormone therapy may be at much higher risk of dementia, according to new research published in JAMA Oncology. Men treated with ADT for prostate cancer may be at greater ...

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