Medical research

Minimizing disruption, maximizing sleep in the hospital

If you have ever been to a hospital, either as a patient or a caregiver, you know how hard it can be to get a good night's sleep. The beeps, chatter, code alarms, and clatter that go along with hospital care can be omnipresent, ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

5 things to look for on a college campus that benefit mental health

Researchers have studied college students' mental health for decades. Even in the 1920s, it was clear that the many stresses of higher education—like academic demands, post-graduation plans and financial concerns—wear ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

US govt reveals details of sunlight study on virus

The US Department of Homeland Security revealed to AFP on Tuesday new technical details regarding its highly anticipated study into how ultraviolet radiation destroys the new coronavirus, saying that its experiment had accurately ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Seven tips to get your sleep cycle back on track during lockdown

You might have noticed your normal sleep pattern has changed. Some of us may be sleeping more, and some of us may be sleeping less. Life has changed dramatically for many of us, with our usual daily routine—including commutes, ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

How to make your workplace a healthier one

(HealthDay)—Even if you love your job, your workspace might not love you back. Because people may spend 40 or more hours on the job, often at a desk, all that exposure to less-than-inspiring surroundings can negatively ...

Health

Five tips to get through the day without caffeine

Whether you prefer a double shot latté in the morning or a cup of black tea in the afternoon, caffeine is a part of the daily routine for many of us. It's not necessarily a bad thing, either. A Starbucks run can be part ...

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