Psilocybin: A Promising New Frontier for Chronic Pain and Depression Management

Pain and Depression Management

Depression and chronic pain often go hand in hand, with one exacerbating the other, creating a vicious cycle that is difficult to break. With the emergence of psilocybin as a potential treatment for depression, there is now hope for patients suffering from both chronic pain and depression. This article delves into the latest research on […]

Women with a Traumatic Experience More Likely To Have Low Sex Hormone

Women with PTSD Disorder

Summary: Low sex hormones are a significant problem in postmenopausal women, causing mood swings, poor bone health, and more. A new study shows that women living with psychological trauma are more likely to have low sex hormones due to ovarian dysfunction. However, psychological trauma does not appear to influence FSH levels. Additionally, low hormone levels […]

Researchers Find a Link Between Obesity and Stress-Related Changes in Appetite

Link Between Obesity and Stress-Related Changes in Appetite

Summary: Studies show that obese people, when exposed to stress, are more likely to choose foods high in calories, and they are also more likely to eat more when compared to lean people. The new study using fMRI found that when obese and lean people living with stress are exposed to food, they have very […]

Sleep-Deprived People are More Likely to be Selfish and Lonely

People with Sleep Disorders

Summary: Early studies have shown that sleep disorders contribute to the risk of metabolic disorders. However, a new study suggests that sleep deprivation not only results in a bad mood but may also reduce social interaction and empathy. Sleep-deprived individuals are more likely to maintain distance from others, and they are also less likely to […]

Researchers Think That Environmental Pollutants Are A Significant Cause Of Neurodegeneration

 Summary: Neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s have increased significantly in the last few decades. Researchers think this rise cannot be explained solely based on genetics or population aging. It appears that environmental pollutants are playing a significant role in the rise of neurodegenerative disorders. Humans are now being regularly exposed to 80,000 chemicals, and […]


Summary: Autoimmune disorders are conditions when immunity starts acting against the body’s structures. What causes autoimmunity remains poorly understood. However, studies suggest that Epstein Barr Virus infection may play a significant role in autoimmunity. It appears that in those diagnosed with chronic autoimmune diseases, EBV is activated, which ultimately causes autoimmunity. Researchers have found that […]

Increase in Suicides Associated with Widely Used Food Additive

Anxiety Disorder Increases Suicides Rate

Summary: Suicides are among the leading causes of death among young adults. It is a highly preventable cause. One of the ways to reduce suicide risk is by reducing access to lethal means like toxic substances. In recent years, the commonly sold food additive sodium nitrite has been increasingly associated with suicides. It can reduce […]


Exploring the Benefits Omega 3 Fish Oil

Summary:Omega-3 intake has many health benefits, including chronic pain treatment and anxiety disorder treatment. However, omega-3 health supplements often fail to provide expected health benefits in acute conditions like reducing post-stroke disability. Researchers think that one of the reasons is that omega-3 fatty acids like DHA do not gain sufficient plasma levels through oral intake. Hence, […]


Incarcerated People Die Due to Cancer

The US has the largest number of incarcerated people in the world. A new study shows unusually high cancer rates in the population group. It appears that 30% of incarcerated adults die due to cancer. In addition, they are more likely to develop gastrointestinal cancer than other population groups. Thus, researchers propose that incarcerated adults […]