Valentine’s Day means flowers, massage, and POETry. Referring to prolactin, oxytocin, estrogen, and testosterone, of course.
All 4 of those “love hormones” play key roles in romance and sexual function for both women and men, according to 2 experts with… Continue reading
Research led by Jesse C. Stewart, Ph.D., of the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, is the first to find that treatment of depression before any apparent signs of cardiovascular disease can decrease the risk of future heart… Continue reading
Synthetic Marijuana ‘Spice’ Linked to Stroke
Ischemic stroke may be added to the list of health risks already associated with the recreational street drug spice, a team of neurologists from the University of South Florida (USF), in Tampa,… Continue reading
Music, Movement Boost Cognitive Function, Reduce Anxiety
By Pauline Anderson
A music-based exercise program enhances cognitive function and decreases anxiety in older adults, new research shows.
“The take-home message is that 6 months of music-based multitask training that uses a… Continue reading
Montgomery, AL – River Region Ethics in Business, along with the Samaritan Counseling Center, Inc., announced that they are currently accepting nominations for the 2014 River Region Ethics in Business and Public Service Awards. The nominations will be accepted through… Continue reading
Because family activities, social functions and even work activities are often centered around food during the holidays, it’s no wonder that this time of year brings the greatest rates of disordered eating. Individuals with Anorexia, Bulimia or Binge Eating Disorders… Continue reading
Another year is nearly over and we wanted to thank you for your ongoing support. We hope you and your family have an enjoyable Christmas and wish you a very Happy New Year.
If you are looking for a meaningful… Continue reading