In the quest for radiant and flawless skin, innovative skincare technologies have become a trusted companion.
In recent years, IV therapy has gained considerable popularity as a wellness trend.
Getting a Covid vaccine may not only reduce a person’s risk of getting long-haul Covid, but also could mean fewer symptoms for people who develop the condition.
Bipolar disorder, often referred to as manic-depressive illness, is characterised by significant fluctuations in mood, energy, and daily activities.
According to a new report by The Health Foundation, 9.1 million people in England are expected to live with major illness by 2040.
A collaborative team of researchers has unveiled a miniature human-heart model that could potentially transform drug testing and cardiovascular research.
Research from Sanford Burnham Prebys in the US and the Osaka International Cancer Institute has shed new light on the anti-cancer properties of mannose, a sugar that is crucial to many …
In a recent study, researchers at the university have revealed that they are a step closer to developing a new generation of light-activated cancer treatments.
- Health & Wellness
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Medical grants are essential to support financial needs and healthcare facilitation. Grants in Medical Emergencies are your ray of hope in a challenging phase.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Researchers Propose ‘Leapfrog Design’ for More Efficient Ways to Develop and Improve Mental Health Interventions
Researchers at Ruhr University Bochum, in Germany, have started investigating whether there might be faster and more efficient ways to develop and improve mental health interventions.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Groundbreaking Research Finds ‘Encouraging’ 12-Month Psilocybin-Assisted Therapy Response Rates for Patients with Major Depression
Magic mushrooms may be the answer to curing major depression, according-to new research from John Hopkins School of Medicine and Tripnotherapy.
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Anxiety is normal. It’s the brain’s way of reacting to stressful, scary, and unfamiliar situations.
Some people have described depression as the common cold of mental anguish.