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Good Habbit, Good Health: Iflove Health Reviews Conclusion This Month

Good Habbit, Good Health: Iflove Health Reviews Conclusion This Month

Women’s hearts, minds affected by lack of sleep

Women who reported poor sleep quality and had difficulty falling asleep had more psychosocial distress than their peers who slept well, and also had higher blood levels of substances linked to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other health problems, Dr Edward C. Suarez of Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, found. Women who slept poorly also reported more symptoms of depression, hostility, and anger.

AP Poll: Students in US colleges overwhelmed by stress

US college students are so frazzled they can’t sleep, eat, or study. They’re even anxious about spring break. Most are just overwhelmed by stress, from everyday worries about grades and relationships, to darker thoughts of suicide, according to a poll of undergraduates from coast to coast. Four in 10 students say they endure stress often. Nearly one in five say they feel it all or most of the time. One in five say they have felt too stressed to do schoolwork or be with friends. Majorities cite classic stress symptoms including trouble concentrating, sleeping, and finding motivation. Most say they have also been agitated, worried, too tired to work. Many cite eating problems and say they have felt lonely, depressed, like they are failures.

Iraq: Humanitarian crisis worsens UN official

Iraq’s humanitarian crisis has worsened, and decades of conflict and deteriorating basic services are reducing people’s ability to cope with the hardships they face, a senior UN aid official said on Monday. Four million Iraqis do not have enough food, only 40 per cent have reliable access to safe drinking water, and about one third of the population is cut off from basic health care.

US: Abuse, neglect seen in 30,000 newborns

About 1 in 50 infants in the US are victims of nonfatal child neglect or abuse, according to the first national study of the problem in that age group. Most of these cases involved neglect, and may in part reflect families without health insurance that are not getting adequate care for their children. Federal officials define neglect as a failure to meet a child’s basic needs, including housing, clothing, feeding, and access to medical care.

Israel: River Jordan a sewage pipe

The continued dumping of untreated or partially treated sewage into rivers and streams is the number one source of dangerous pollution in Israel, the Ministry for Environmental protection has said. Municipalities are responsible for sewage treatment, but high costs of treating sewage and building new treatment plants have prompted many local councils to dump the sewage wherever they can, ministry officials said.

US: Tobacco cash behind lung study

The disclosure of hidden tobacco money behind a big study suggesting that lung scans might help save smokers from cancer has shocked the research community and raised fresh concern about industry influence in important science.

China stays top of world road death list

China recorded 5.1 road accident deaths for every 10,000 motor vehicles last year, the highest in the world, Xinhua news agency said on Friday. The world average was two deaths per 10,000 vehicles, the agency said.

More than 5 mln Americans said to have Alzheimer’s

An estimated 5.2 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and it could steal the minds of one out of eight baby boomers, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Alzheimer’s Association.

Afghanistan: Kabul’s air pollution putting people’s health at risk

Worsening air pollution in Kabul is ‘seriously’ threatening the health and well-being of its estimated three million residents, Afghanistan’s National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) has said. Severe air pollution causes respiratory disorders, eye and nasal problems, and is one of the major causes of lung cancer, public health experts say.

US: College students stressed by war
An AP-mtvU survey found that eight in 10 college students say they feel stress, including four in 10 who say it affects them often. The most often mentioned causes include school, money, and relationships. Also students experienced stress from having a relative or friend serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. MtvU is a television channel broadcast at many college campuses.

Good Habbit, Good Health: Iflove Health Reviews Conclusion This Month. Compiled by Josephin Hair

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