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Major review asks which supplements really aid mental health

Controversy surrounds the inclusion of nutritional supplements in mental health treatments, with much research proving inconclusive. A major new review now explains which supplements have shown the most promise for specific mental health conditions. "While t… [+4087 chars]

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Antibiotic resistance can spread in the absence of drugs

Restricting the use of antibiotics may not be enough to curb the spread of resistant bacteria, suggests new research in mice. Efforts will also have to focus on preventing infections by the superbugs in the first place. These were the conclusions that scient… [+4344 chars]

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IBS: Cognitive behavioral therapy more effective than standard care

Whether web or telephone based, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) may be more effective than standard treatments for IBS and the benefits last in the long term. This is the main takeaway of a new study, which now appears in The Lancet Gastroenterology and H… [+4064 chars]

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OCD: Deep magnetic stimulation may help where other therapies fail

Millions of people around the world have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), a condition that often has a significant impact on well-being and quality of life. New research from Israel outlines a new therapy option that could help people with OCD that does n… [+5176 chars]

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Study confirms low fat diets benefit women's health

New research spanning over almost 2 decades finds that a low fat diet benefits women's health. Older studies in rats and mice have found that rodents on a high fat diet develop more tumors than those on a low fat diet. Some of these studies referred to col… [+4053 chars]

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