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Study: Yoga Effective in Reducing Stress for Inmates
Yoga has shown to improve heart health and benefit patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Even those with breast cancer have gotten in on the action. A new study in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine provides evidence that yoga offers progressive beneficial anti-stress benefits to members of a prison population.
Recent study results suggest Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (ICBT) could be useful for adolescents with anxiety disorders along with standard treatment delivered in child and adolescent psychiatric clinics.
Researchers seek to determine whether depression subtype is an useful predictor of which medication regimen might be most effective in treating patients with those subtypes.
Watch almost any film set in the country of China and at some point the camera will pan past a group of citizens practicing the graceful exercise of Tai Chi. This ancient martial arts practice may look slow, but make no mistake, it's exercise.
Researchers have found that infants as young as 6 months old reveal atypical sensorimotor development that can be associated with autism spectrum disorder at 24 months.
Not only have researchers from Mount Sinai Hospital discovered that common antidepressants can help treat neuropathy, but they also identified the gene associated with pain and depression.
Children with multiple sclerosis (MS) with higher levels of physical activity have lower relapse rates, are less depressed, and suffer less fatigue, according to a study published on August 12, 2015 in Neurology.

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