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How to Help Someone with Diogenes Syndrome

by Liubov Edwards    •    January 18, 2017

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This condition is most common among elderly people and associated with the development of dementia. Affected by this syndrome, they neglect personal hygiene, become hoarders, isolate themselves from outside world.

Making Your New Year's Resolutions Success

by Liubov Edwards    •    January 12, 2017

Getting along with Diogenes Syndrome preview

After the lovely festive season is time for making resolutions. Unfortunately many of us fail after just several attempts to follow them. We all know how hard it is, but luckily there are psychological methods that can help:

How Thyroid Disease Impacts Infertility in Both Men and Women

by Carissa Andrews    •    January 10, 2017

How Thyroid Disease Impacts Infertility in Both Men and Women preview
January is Thyroid Disease Awareness month. Thyroid disease affects approximately 200 million people around the world, and about 20 million of them right here in America.

Don't Let Stroke Ruin Your Weekend or Holiday

by Carissa Andrews    •    January 3, 2017

Don't Let Stroke Ruin Your Weekend or Holiday preview

Strokes are striking people at younger ages than ever before. While overall incidents have come down, those under 55 years old have seen an uptick in strokes. According to a study done by the American Heart Association and released in May 2016, it found between 2000 and 2010, there was a sharp 44% increase of strokes for people age 25-44. This in turn continues to support a recent 2012 study, which found the average age for a first-time stroke is dropping.

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