The presence of a spouse at a doctor’s appointment can help people with Parkinson’s disease accurately report any associated symptoms of sex addiction, according to recent findings from a team of French researchers.
According to a 2010 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report, 9 percent of American adults will experience clinically diagnosable depression during any particular 12-month period.
In nationwide efforts to curb underage drinking, not everyone agrees about the burden of responsibility and even culpability that should be placed on parents. Many people feel that parents have only a limited ability to stop adolescents who are determined to drink and therefore cannot be blamed for teen alcohol use. However, many others feel…Details
Doctors must take several steps to tailor sex addiction treatment for women, according to recent findings from researchers at an American university.
Recent findings from an American research group point toward lasting changes in memory function in teenagers who heavily consume marijuana for no more than three years.
Many of us have made bad choices when it comes to sex. We’ve slept with someone simply because we were lonely, or wanted validation. We’ve had a fling when we’re supposed to be in a monogamous relationship. We’ve wasted hours looking at Internet porn when we should be getting work done.
For many teenagers with substance use disorders, drug use begins as a way to manage stress. When teens do not have the skills or resources to cope with stress in healthy ways, they may turn to drug use or other unhealthy and dangerous ways to cope with their psychological distress. This is why it’s critically…Details
New research has revealed that women with serious mental health problems are less likely to undergo screenings for breast cancer and cervical cancer. Given that one in four Americans suffers from some type of mental illness and that cancer is the second-leading cause of death in this country, this confluence is noteworthy and should function…Details
Teen binge drinking can set someone up for anxiety and alcohol abuse later in life by impacting brain development and gene regulation at a key developmental time, a new study published in April 2015 in the journal Neurobiology of Disease concludes.
Teenage girls who have first- and second-degree relatives with alcohol problems are at an increased risk for having altered brain structures that make them susceptible to problematic alcohol use even if they don’t currently drink, a new study finds.