Epileptics in high-crime neighborhoods in Chicago had 3x as many seizures as those living in neighborhoods with lower crime rates according to new research.
Stereotypes that migrants are disease carriers, a risk to public health and a burden on services are some of the prevalent & harmful myths about migration.
It is likely that spanking harms children on a more global scale than previously known, a new University of Michigan study indicates.
Meditating on the floor, doing yoga, or nature walks are best known ways to develop mindfulness but to write mindfully is also simple and effective.
Patients in the UK who have survived critical illnesses requiring care in an intensive care unit (ICU) frequently report symptoms of anxiety, PTSD and/or depression, according to a study published in open access journal Critical Care.
Veterans often make great small business owners, but take some extra steps to ensure your entrepreneurial spirit doesn’t hinder your recovery efforts.
The gap between the life expectancy of the richest and poorest sectors of society in England is increasing, according to new research from Imperial College London.
Although society had made progress destigmatizing mental health issues, leaders and managers have a long way to go to create a healthier business culture.
Individuals with weaker muscles do not typically live as long as their stronger peers, according to new research from the University of Michigan.