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When Married People Fall In Love With Their Therapist and Feel Terrible

Temptation of falling in love with a therapist

It is not normal to have a crush on your therapist when you are married or the therapist is married, but some people do and it's a temptation. Falling in love with a therapist is a big temptation if one of you is married and you need to learn how to fight that temptation.

WHO's 10 Ways To Reduce Cancer Risk Create Create Controversial Discussion on Its Facebook

WHO 10 ways to reduce cancer risk

Today the World Health Organization (WHO) released this picture discussing ways to reduce your cancer risk. There are lots of good points there, but the HPV vaccination as a way to reduce cancer risk created a big controversy on its Facebook page.

WHO Just Explained What Really Increases The Risk of Developing 7 types of Cancers

Drunk man on a street

I don't know if it's the alcohol itself or the extra ingredients that go in today's alcohol drinks, but the World Health Organization (WHO) today announced that drinking alcohol can increase the risk of at least 7 types of cancer and limiting alcohol intake is one way to reduce your cancer risk. Apparently it's the ethanol in alcoholic drinks.

These Parents Allegedly Convinced Their Child He Has Brain Cancer To Raise Money

Parets Allegedly convinced son he has cancer

The 13-year-old boy has spent the last 8 months believing he is going to die from brain cancer because his parents allegedly told people that their child has terminal brain cancer in a phony, yet successful attempt to get donations to help with the cost of his medical expenses.

Who Are Most Exposed To Cancers and 3 Stages of Prevention

World Cancer Day

Maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly and avoiding smoking, makes it possible to prevent up to a third of the most common cancers, says On World Day Against Cancer, The Ministry of Health recalls preventive measures Doctor Fernando Arenillas from the Oncology Service of the San Martin de Parana Hospital in Argentina.

Why Grapes May Play a Role in Defeating Depression

Grapes

New research has just revealed that compounds derived from grapes called polyphenols may play a role in defeating depression. Scientists are hopeful that the findings of this study may shine a bright ray of light into the dark world of depression that approximately 16 million Americans find themselves living in at one or more points during the year.

Stem Cell Revolution: Why Stem Cell Therapy is the Future of Medicine

Stem cells

Stem cell therapy is a revolutionary approach in regenerative medicine that is breaking ground with rapid strides in the medical world. In his new book, Stem Cell Revolution, Joseph Christiano N.D. reveals why stem cell therapy is the future of medicine as he demystifies this fascinating healing process that empowers people to experience relief while reversing the effects of degenerative disease without negative side effects.

Why Sleep Cycle Disruptions May Be A Warning Sign of Alzheimer’s Disease

Woman sleeping

New research shows that the disruption of our sleep cycles, known as circadian rhythm cycles, can warn us of impending dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. One of the key characteristics of Alzheimer’s disease is the inability to sleep consistently at night while struggling to remain awake during the day.

Why Aerobic Exercise May Play a Role in the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the current leading causes of death according to the Alzheimer’s Association, and the statistic of 5.5 million Americans currently affected by Alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple by 2050. A fresh meta-analysis performed by researchers reveals that aerobic exercise may play a role in preventing the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

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