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Women 'Nearly Twice as Likely to Have Anxiety' as Men
BBC—A Cambridge University study that reviewed 48 published articles on the subject reveals that women are nearly twice as likely to experience anxiety as men. In addition, people under the age of 35 and those with health problems appear to be particularly affected.
Stem Cell Transplant Helps Stroke Patients Walk Again: Study
MNT—Data from a study published in the journal Stroke suggest that stem cell treatment offers hope to people left with motor impairment following a stroke. In fact, a small clinical trial found that injecting adult stem cells into the brain of some stroke patients restored motor function for those patients to the extent that some regained the ability to walk.
The New York Times—And notably, early onset of breast development in girls was associated with a higher risk of depression in early adolescence even after other factors, including socioeconomic status, weight, or parents' marital status, were taken into account. The Hong Kong study reinforces similar findings in earlier studies, including some conducted in the United States.
Berkeley Wellness—Most people know about omega-3 fatty acids, the polyunsaturated fats in fish (and some plants) that help protect the heart and may have other benefits. Some research suggests, however, that it isn't just the amount of omega-3s that's important, but also their proportion to omega-6 fatty acids.
"As if anyone would make this up!" - Anita's Crohn's Story
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