Cognitive, Behavioural Problems in Children Born Extremely Preterm Linked to High Daily Screen Time

Washington, July 18: During a recent study, researchers found that among six and seven-year-olds who were born before the 28th week of pregnancy and those who had more than two hours of screen time a day were more likely to have deficits in overall IQ, executive functioning, impulse control, and attention. The findings of the… Read More »

Author Anneliese Khalil’s Debut Thriller Gains Popularity, and May Be One of the Best Thriller Books in 2021

Author Anneliese Khalil has announced the release of her thrilling debut novel, Ascension. Khalil’s unique style of storytelling stems from her wild imagination and willingness to engage with unorthodox metaphysical ideas. She was inspired to write by her desire to always create and contribute in some way. Ascension chronicles the life of Joel Stevens, who… Read More »

4 Ways to Improve Your Eyesight

4 Ways to Improve Your Eyesight 4 Ways to Improve Your Eyesight : When it comes to health and wellness, our vision usually takes a backseat to everything else. However, our vision is the sense that we rely on the most. Therefore, we must take all measures to ensure that our eyesight remains in excellent condition.… Read More »

What you need to know about the updated benzodiazepine boxed warning [PODCAST]

“The FDA recommended an updated boxed warning and standardization of product labels across the drug class. They recommended judicious prescribing and a gradual taper to mitigate withdrawal reactions. While I am optimistic about these changes, the updated warning doesn’t tell the whole story. After reviewing the newly updated Xanax Medication Guide, I have some concerns.”… Read More »

Essential Reads: Neurosteroids, Allopregnanolone and Vulnerability to Depression in Women

Women are twice as likely as men to suffer from a depressive disorder.  In addition, they are vulnerable to mood disorders associated with reproductive functioning, specifically premenstrual dysphoric disorder, perinatal depression, and perimenopausal depression. There is strong evidence to indicate that biological factors (genetic vulnerability, hormonal changes) and psychosocial factors (life stress) interact with one… Read More »