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Heart attack ups depression risk in women

Heart attack ups depression risk in women

20 Oct 2014

London: Women are at a higher risk of developing anxiety and depression after a heart attack than men, new research shows.

Heart attack,   depression risk in women,   anxiety,   depression,   risk of death,   smoking,   physical activity,  
Living near major roads may up risk of sudden cardiac <strong>death</strong>

Living near major roads may up risk of sudden cardiac death

14 Oct 2014

Washington: Living close to a major road may increase women's risk of sudden cardiac death, a new research has warned. Environmental exposure may increase heart disease risk as much as smoking, poor diet or obesity, the study suggests.

Living near roads risk,   risk of cardiac death,   cardiac death,   heart disease,   smoking,   poor diet,   obesity,  
Seeking perfection in everything may trigger <strong>suicide</strong>: Study

Seeking perfection in everything may trigger suicide: Study

26 Sep 2014

New York: If you look for perfection in everything you do but sometimes fail to achieve that, do not lose heart too often else it may trigger suicide risk.

risk for suicide,   risk factor in suicide,   perfectionists,   perfectionism,   suicide plans,  
Decreased ability to smell can predict <strong>death</strong>

Decreased ability to smell can predict death

02 Oct 2014

Washington: The inability to identify scents is a strong predictor of death within five years in older adults, a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found.

ability to smell,   death,   smelling test,   smell loss,   sense of smell,  
How some ancient stars met with an unusual <strong>death</strong>

How some ancient stars met with an unusual death

30 Sep 2014

New York: In a first, researchers have discovered that certain primordial stars those between 55,000 and 56,000 times the mass of our Sun may have died unusually by exploding completely and leaving no remnant black hole behind.

ancient stars,   primordial stars,   Sun,   black hole,   Universe,   stars,   ,  
App to help curb youth <strong>suicide</strong>

App to help curb youth suicide

08 Sep 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers are developing a smartphone app to stop the escalating rate of indigenous youth suicide.

Apple iPhone,   Android smartphone app,   Google's android market,   suicide,   youth suicide,   ,  
Both positive, negative messages prompt smokers to quit

Both positive, negative messages prompt smokers to quit

15 Sep 2014

Washington: A mix of messages such as those that stress the benefits of kicking the butt and those which emphasize health risks of smoking might work best to convince smokers to quit, scientists say.

smokers,   quitting smoking,   tobacco,   Cancer,   risk of death,   ,  
Job loss ups <strong>suicide</strong> risk among teenagers

Job loss ups suicide risk among teenagers

15 Aug 2014

New York: Mass layoffs can push some teenagers, especially girls, towards suicide and other suicide-related behaviour, says an alarming study.

teenagers,   suicide-related behavior,   Sanford School of Public Policy,   ,  
Bad sleep may increase <strong>suicide</strong> risk in older adults

Bad sleep may increase suicide risk in older adults

14 Aug 2014

Washington: Older adults who complain of poor sleep quality, independent of a depressed mood, are at increased risk for suicide, say a study.

Bad sleep,   suicide risk,   older adults,   sleep quality,   depressed mood,   ,  
Simple blood test may even predict <strong>suicide</strong>

Simple blood test may even predict suicide

30 Jul 2014

Washington: A simple blood test can soon reliably predict a person's risk of attempting suicide, significant research reveals. This may be possible because researchers at Johns Hopkins University have discovered a chemical alteration in a single human gene linked to stress reactions.

blood test,   risk of attempting suicide,   human gene,   stress reactions,   suicide attempts,  

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