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Whether you’re young or old, there’s been a time in your life where you’ve moved your body to music. Well according to a new study, engaging in dance actually “keeps your brain young”. Dr.Kathrin Rehfeld, lead author of the study, states: “Exercise has the beneficial effect of slowing down or even counteracting age-related decline in…

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Postpartum Depression occurs when a new mother starts experiencing depressive symptoms after having her child This disorder is extremely common, but according to a new study performed by NC State University, 1 in 5 mothers experiencing these symptoms don’t report it to their doctors. Clinical psychologist and PhD student, Betty-Shannon Prevatt, claims these women don’t…

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Marijuana’s (Cannabis Sativa, Pot) known existence dates back to at least 500BC (history). It’s public perception has certainly had its fair share of ups and downs over time. Beginning in the 1930’s, it was viewed as a drug that could cause serious harm. A common held belief was presented in a documentary called Reefer Madness. …

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The cause of panic disorder is still elusive in a multitude of ways, but according to a recent study performed by the University of Cincinnati (UC), a certain receptor in the body, acid-sending T cell death associated gene-8 (TDAG8), may help explain why panic occurs. “The TDAG8 receptor, a pH sensor, was first identified in…

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People work to survive – we need money to buy food, a home, a car, and many other essential things that supplement our lifestyle. While work is often necessary to fulfill all of our needs, it can also cause a lot of stress. If we’re experiencing too much stress, we often turn to negative coping…