Researchers sought to determine how much has changed since the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology first reported on sexual harassment two decades ago.
While many suicide prevention techniques are effective, others have not been proven to be beneficial.
Overweight and obese participants subjected to a stressful situation exhibited greater levels of IL-6 compared with normal-weight participants.
Maternal and paternal smoking during pregnancy was associated with higher ADHD risk, but the association was stronger for females.
Moderate evidence shows improvements in anxiety, depression and pain with mindfulness meditation.
Three-quarters of opioid-dependent individuals use oxycodone or hydrocodone.
Teenagers often give vague answers when asked about sensitive topics like substance abuse or suicide.
Instead of motivating weight loss, exposure to bias because of weight may increase a person's risk of becoming or remaining obese.
Discussions about the female body should focus not just on looks, but also the amazing things the body can do.
Rigorous smoking cessation counseling models can be effective in certain clinical settings.
Reflexology uses subtle pressure on specific muscle areas of the feet or hands to stimulate blood flow and nerve impulses that then trigger the release of endorphins and retained toxins.
Many patients are so overwhelmed with the day-to-day activities of life that health takes a back seat.
More attention to risk-benefit ratio of antipsychotics for patients with AD needed to inform federal nursing home regulations.
Dehydroepiandrosterone may help ease anxiety and depressive symptoms, and medication-induced extrapyramidal symptoms in schizophrenics.
Bullying can begin as early as kindergarten, and it can affect all children regardless of race, gender and socioeconomic status.