Monthly Archives: June 2019

Social acceptance helps mental health after war trauma

Researchers found that acceptance and support from community and family may lessen the toll of mental health conditions experienced by former child soldiers. …read more

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Language patterns may predict psychosis

In a proof-of-concept study, spoken language patterns predicted which people at risk for psychosis would progress to full psychosis within two years with 93% accuracy. …read more

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Gut microbe provokes release of inflammatory substance

Researchers discovered how a gut microbe linked to Crohn’s disease may stimulate immune cells to trigger inflammation. …read more

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What to know about a ruptured eardrum

Symptoms of a ruptured eardrum include ringing, hearing loss, and loss of balance. Causes include trauma to the ear and ear infection. A ruptured eardrum will often heal on its own. Learn more about ruptured eardrums here. …read more

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Could processed foods explain why autism is on the rise?

A first-of-its-kind study finds a molecular link between high levels of a food preservative compound and neuronal disruptions that may explain ASD. …read more

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