Tag Archives: mental health

Facing the Truth of Growing Old

Let’s face it: most of us are afraid of growing old. But how to age gracefully? What is age management and how does it differ from anti-ageing treatments? Continue reading

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Religious People More Prone to Depression?

What is the connection between a person’s worldview and the risk of becoming depressed? An international study shed some light on the links between religiousness, spirituality, and depression. Continue reading

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Did Chernobyl Ruin Men’s Health?

Kaja Rahu’s research reveals that Chernobyl veterans’ health is affected less by radiation effects and more by the men’s uncertainty about the amount of radiation and danger to which they were exposed. Continue reading

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Is Any Kind of Physical Activity Good for Your Health?

Studies shows that mental health problems are less frequent among people whose everyday work tends to be rather non-physical, as long as they work out in their leisure time. Those whose workdays are full of physical load are more likely to suffer from symptoms of depression. Continue reading

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