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arrow Four pillars of health

23-07-2010
When your health foundation is rock solid, you have a higher probability of enjoying a good quality of life. OUR health is akin to a house. True health is three layered,
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arrow Depression like a time bomb, doctor tells court

  23-07-2010
GEORGE TOWN: Major depression is a mental illness and those who suffer from it may appear fine until they explode like a “time bomb,” a doctor told a High Court here during the trial
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arrow Shed the stigma of depression

23-07-2010
Depression is more than just about feeling sad. Sufferers have little control over their thoughts and emotions and in some cases, they end up doing things they would not normally do.
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arrow Alzheimer's Caregivers Display A Diversity Of Grieving

  23-07-2010
New research from the University of Michigan reveals racial and ethnic differences in the emotional attitudes of caregivers of Alzheimer's
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arrow Aspirin Regimen May Help Counter Schizophrenia Symptoms

21-07-2010
Some people take aspirin for pain, others to prevent a heart attack. But how about taking it to banish hallucinations?
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arrow Big head 'may protect against dementia'

  15-07-2010
Having a big head may help protect against the worst ravages of dementia, say researchers.They found that people with Alzheimer's with the largest craniums had better memory and thinking skills than patients with smaller skulls.
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