Month: May 2019

How To Sustain Your Relationship When You Both Suffer From Depression

One in six people will experience depression at some point in their life, according to the American Psychiatric Association. That means it’s not totally unlikely that two people with depression can end up in a relationship with each other. As rates of depression continue to rise worldwide, so, too, do these double-depression relationships. Dating with depression …

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Ways To Reduce The Risk Of Dementia

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 50 million people worldwide have dementia. Dementia is a condition characterized by difficulty with memory, thinking, and doing everyday activities. As for its causes, Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common causes of dementia and is the leading cause of death in the U.S. “In the next 30 years, …

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How To Broach Conversation About Your Sexual Desires

When was the last time you had an open, honest conversation about your sexual wants and needs? If it’s been a while, I don’t blame you: Expressing what you want without coming off as critical isn’t exactly easy, and knowing when to have these conversations isn’t easy either. Key turn-ons for men and women. Men and women …

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How Breaking The Rules Can Keep The Love Aflame In Any Relationship

When was the last time you broke the rules? If it’s been a lot longer than you can remember, consider this: When you break the rules, you feel powerful and like you’re doing exactly what you want to do. You feel free, and you don’t feel like there’s something hanging over you. That’s why there’s something …

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Colon Cancer Increasingly Incident To Younger Adults

The rise in colon cases among younger adults that’s been seen in the United States is also occurring in wealthier nations worldwide, new research shows. In the decade leading up to 2014, the number of cases of colon cancer among people under 50 increased by 3% a year in Denmark, New Zealand, Australia and Canada, and by 1% per …

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Low-Dose Aspirin’s Risks Greater Than Benefits, Says Study

Let’s say you’re one of the millions of older adults who takes a low-dose aspirin religiously, in the belief that it will guard against heart disease and heart attacks. Now, a new review suggests your risk of a brain bleed outweighs any heart benefit that daily aspirin might bring you. Researchers said the findings support a recent change to guidelines …

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