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Most cases of depression go undetected and untreated in people living with epilepsy, says a local study.
Brian Palmer explains how drugs affect the human brain.
The drug blunts the reward system in the brain - making users less sociable.
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It’s the A-list celebrity’s latest must-have accessory: a well-thumbed self-improvement book.
People with Alzheimer's may have higher levels of a chemical left behind by the pesticide DDT, a study suggests.
Those who enjoy life walk at a faster pace and are fitter in old age than unhappy people, say researchers.
Career coach Joyce Russell gives some tips on the importance of using people’s names...
Ageing means losing your independence and relying on others for even basic things, says Dr Darren.
Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, has a few ideas about how to stick to your healthy resolutions.
Research suggests that angry outbursts and even tantrums are actually medical conditions that can be treated with drugs.
Dr Darren Green helps readers find the right balancebetween diet, sleep and exercise for a healthy lifestyle.
Slimming down and toning is not the only benefit to hitting the gym or pounding the pavement - it also improves cognitive skills.
Meditating for half an hour a day can offer people with depression as much relief as popping a pill, researchers say.
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