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Benefits of light alcohol may be overstated, finds study
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It has been stated repeatedly that moderate alcohol use may offer some health benefits, especially for the heart. But, a new study by researchers from the Pennsylvania State University seems to state otherwise. According to the study, benefits of light alcohol consumption as well as the risks associated with not drinking at all might be […]

Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness – 4: Halsey
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“Everything that I hate about myself goes away when I walk onstage. That’s why I cling to it so much – it keeps me from killing myself.”– Electropop singer Halsey Of late, celebrities have come forward to openly discuss about their mental illness to help fight stigma attached to it. American model Chrissy Teigen spoke about […]

Different ways to spot an ecstasy user
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Ecstasy, a common name for 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), is a synthetic drug that alters mood and awareness of surrounding objects and conditions of its users. Typically taken for awakening feelings of pleasure and heighten one’s emotional and sensory experiences, ecstasy remains a Schedule I drug due to a high rate of abuse and higher risk for […]

Postpartum PTSD quite common in new mothers
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Alisha (name changed) got anxious after she gave birth to a baby boy. For months, she suffered unexplained anxiety and was plagued by the fear that something would harm her child. Following the birth of her son, Alisha would often panic for no reason and obsessively watch her son to ensure his safety. The 30-year-old […]

Link between chronic meth use and psychosis
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Considered to be an extremely addictive drug, methamphetamine has the ability to affect the central nervous system of its user. Also known by other names such as meth, ice or crystal, methamphetamine can be smoked, swallowed, snorted or injected. Even when taken in small amounts, meth may cause a sense of euphoria, increased talkativeness and […]

Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week: Woman who stood between America and birth defects epidemic
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Birth defects are the major public health issue in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), birth defects affect about 3 percent of all babies born in the country each year and account for 20 percent of all infant deaths. Research shows that prenatal substance abuse is a leading […]

Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness – 3: Jacqueline Hurst
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A public speaker and ground-breaking life coach, Jacqueline Hurst is a well-known figure who helps uplift her clients emotionally and mentally and achieve their highest potential. Hurst’s online school, The Life Class, provides her clients with resources to help them live more optimally and become coaches themselves. She is also a hypnotherapist and helps people […]

Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness-2: Olympian Allison Schmitt
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Life could not have been better for Allison Schmitt, who had returned from the London Olympics in 2012 with five medals and an adoring fan base who nicknamed her “Schmitty.” While everyone cheered for her, Allison could not see the positive side. Initially understood to be a post-Olympics letdown, things did not get any better […]

Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week: Binge drinking before pregnancy may affect child’s health, says study
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While prenatal alcohol and drug use are known to cause a variety of negative effects on an unborn child including low birth weight and learning difficulties, a new research from Rutgers University, New Jersey, indicates that women who binge drink before becoming pregnant are more likely to have children with diabetes. As per the study […]

National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week: Mayim Bialik opens up about her anxiety, need for therapy
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Mayim Bialik, a doctor in real life who received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), has a long history of playing norm-challenging characters. From playing a young and outspoken CC Bloom in the movie Beaches to teenager Blossom Russo in Blossom and the famous nerdy Amy Farrah Fowler in TV […]

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