• 19 ديسمبر 16
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    Strokes rate sharply increased in younger people (35 -54 years)

    Strokes rate sharply increased in younger people (35 -54 years)

    A recently published study revealed the alarming fact that stroke is becoming more common in younger people. Stroke is one of the most common causes of death in our days. Usually it affects people 55 years and older but new studies show that strokes rate sharply increased in those under 55. Researchers at Rutgers University

    • 19 ديسمبر 16
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    Back pain linked to increased mental health issues

    Back pain linked to increased mental health issues

    Book Your Appointment – Back Pain Specialists – Dubai Saturday – Wednesday: 9am to 9pm Thursday: 9am – 7pm DHCC Basement parking entrance below Block A (Al Razi Bld, 64) JLT (Cluster I) Right side: 3hrs free parking Left side: all day free parking If you have any difficulties finding a parking slot, please give

    • 19 ديسمبر 16
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    Antibiotics to treat Multiple Sclerosis? New study shows positive effects

    Antibiotics to treat Multiple Sclerosis? New study shows positive effects

    Researchers found that adding an antibiotic to the therapy plan reduces relapse rates and brain lesion in multiple sclerosis. This is interesting since multiple sclerosis is known to be an autoimmune disease. Meaning, the immune system of the human body attacks cells of the own body. Antibiotics are usually used in infectious diseases (a bacterium

    • 25 يناير 16
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    Brain Injury Warning And The Way Out

    Brain Injury Warning And The Way Out

    DUBAI | The National | Nick Webster | December 1, 2015 |Head injuries left untreated could lead to long-term brain damage, experts said. Doctors in Dubai called for more education so youth-team coaches are able to identify symptoms of concussion. In America, the NFL is facing billion-dollar court proceedings from American football players who believe

    • 12 فبراير 14
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    Dubais counselors and psychologists discuss: being nice to others equals being nice to yourself ar

    by Scientific American July 2012 (www.scientificamerican.com) Being kind to yourself is a surefire way to improve your mental health and reach your goals, a growing body of work suggests. Now research has revealed an easy way to boost this self-compassion—by showing kindness to others. Self-compassion is distinct from self-esteem, a trait that can shade into

    • 27 يناير 14
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    Calls for psychology in UAE schools to improve pupil behavior ar

    ABU DHABI // Using psychology in classrooms can help improve pupils’ performance and behaviour, academic and health experts say. They are calling for it to be used in schools to help youngsters manage stress and to assist gifted and talented children, who are often neglected. “Addressing issues of poor behaviour that proves to be a cause

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