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The sign of a more severe covid-19 infection

The sign of a more severe covid-19 infection
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 20 July, 2020
Patients with COVID-19 who have high levels of this hormone are at greater risk. Cortisol, which is known as the stress hormone, puts individuals who have been tested positive for coronavirus disease at higher risk of death. COVID-19 patients with a h...
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The 3 biggest barriers to weight loss (m)

The 3 biggest barriers to weight loss (m)
Percy Percy 20 July, 2020
Members only One of the best ways of fighting cravings is to work out ways to cope with barriers in advance. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me...
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The mind-body technique that reduces stomach bloating (m)

The mind-body technique that reduces stomach bloating (m)
Lady Lady 30 June, 2020
Members only People were less worried about their intestinal symptoms after three months and felt their quality of life had improved. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E...
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A common drug that reduces covid deaths

A common drug that reduces covid deaths
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 28 June, 2020
A widely available medicine could save one-third of patients hospitalised with COVID-19. One-third of coronavirus patients who are seriously ill and suffering from severe respiratory complications can be saved with a common steroid treatment. Dexameth...
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The most natural way to boost mental health during covid-19 (m)

The most natural way to boost mental health during covid-19 (m)
Sasha Sasha 6 May, 2020
Members only It can help improve mental health and wellbeing and reduce anxiety. Even modest reminders of nature can help boost mental health during lockdown, research finds. Nature can be experienced on a walk close to home, in the back yard or even...
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How physical fitness affects your iq over the years (m)

How physical fitness affects your iq over the years (m)
Percy Percy 6 May, 2020
Members only It is one of the biggest myths about IQ that it cannot be changed. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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How coronavirus stress could affect thinking skills (m)

How coronavirus stress could affect thinking skills (m)
Sasha Sasha 5 April, 2020
Members only Stress can temporarily damage these cognitive abilities. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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A potential covid-19 vaccine developed by scientists

A potential covid-19 vaccine developed by scientists
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 4 April, 2020
The potential vaccine against coronavirus works in a similar way to flu shots. A skin patch vaccine tested in mice has been found to neutralise the coronavirus, raising hopes for a potential vaccine in humans, experts say. The fingertip-sized patch ca...
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These personality traits improve with age (m)

These personality traits improve with age (m)
Percy Percy 4 April, 2020
Members only How people's personality tends to change as they get older. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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The healthy drink that promotes weight loss

The healthy drink that promotes weight loss
Sasha Sasha 29 March, 2020
This drink helps fight obesity plus offers other health benefits. Yerba mate tea is a herbal tea which is an excellent source of flavonoids, amino acids, vitamin C, B1 and B2 , and minerals providing several health benefits. This traditional southeast...
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3 mental techniques that boost your immune system (m)

3 mental techniques that boost your immune system (m)
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 29 March, 2020
Members only The psychological factors that reduce the chance of infection. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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This traditional drink is linked to living longer

This traditional drink is linked to living longer
Sasha Sasha 2 March, 2020
A traditional way to heart health and a long life. Drinking tea as little as 3 times per week has been linked to a reduction in heart disease and all causes of death, new research finds. A study on 100,902 subjects suggests that regular tea drinking i...
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2 types of schizophrenia discovered by scientists (m)

2 types of schizophrenia discovered by scientists (m)
Percy Percy 2 March, 2020
Members only The discovery of two neurological sub-types of schizophrenia may help with treatments. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot ...
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One simple way to help people with depression

One simple way to help people with depression
Lady Lady 2 March, 2020
Unfortunately, many people do little to help those with depression. Many people are reluctant to reach out and help the depressed, new online research underlines. The study of Facebook examined how friends reacted to posts about depression. The resul...
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The foods that protect against anxiety (m)

The foods that protect against anxiety (m)
Lady Lady 1 March, 2020
Members only Anxiety disorders are more common in women. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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A fascinating sign of ocd (m)

A fascinating sign of ocd (m)
Sasha Sasha 29 February, 2020
Members only The reason the world is more uncertain and surprising to people with OCD. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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The uncommon juice that lowers blood pressure

The uncommon juice that lowers blood pressure
Sasha Sasha 29 February, 2020
Drinking this uncommon juice can lower blood pressure. The lingonberry is a tiny red berry similar to a cranberry, but powerful enough to improve blood vessel function, new research finds. Drinking lingonberry juice in the long-term will lower blood p...
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The food that reduces heart disease risk

The food that reduces heart disease risk
Percy Percy 27 February, 2020
People with high blood pressure could reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease by adding this food to their diet. Eating more yogurt is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease in people with hypertension, a study has found. Two servings or ...
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How artificial intelligence helps treat depression (m)

How artificial intelligence helps treat depression (m)
Sasha Sasha 27 February, 2020
Members only Antidepressant use has increased by 65 percent in 15 years, but the treatment is hit-and-miss. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me ...
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