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Getting Young Adults To Understand Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are considered serious, treatable medical illnesses. While they are curable, this should not diminish the fact that if left untreated, eating disorders can be life-threatening. More...

The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students

This guide helps to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students and where and when to seek help. Left untreated, these issues can become debilitating for students, so whether you feel you are experiencing these issues or find yourself concerned for a friend or peer, it is important to take action now. More...

Understanding Suicide Prevention

Death by suicide is a serious public health issue that has increased by 24% over the last 15 years in the U.S., with more than 42,000 people dying from suicide each year. More...

 
 
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AHA: Stiffening of Blood Vessels May Point to Dementia Risk
Arterial stiffness among people with mild cognitive impairments could put them at higher risk for progressing to dementia, which may include Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study exploring the connection between the brain and vascular health. More...

Heart Defects, Sleep Apnea a Deadly Mix for Infants
Infants who are born with heart defects are four times more likely to die in the hospital if they also have sleep apnea, new research indicates. More...

Easing Sleep Apnea May Be Key to Stroke Recovery
Sleep apnea is a known risk factor for stroke, and new research suggests that curbing the condition might also aid the recovery of people who've suffered a stroke or mini-stroke. More...

U.S. Alzheimer's Cases to Nearly Triple by 2060
By 2060, almost 14 million Americans will suffer from Alzheimer's disease, a number that's nearly three times as high as today, a new report projects. More...

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