Screening men with erectile dysfunction (ED) for heart disease could save money, lives. If every man with erectile dysfunction were screened for heart disease, more than a million events like heart attack or stroke could be avoided, according to a new estimate. Reuters Health, 03/11/2015. (Also see Erectile Dysfunction and Cardiac (Heart) Involvement)
Depression and Stress Could Be 'Perfect Storm' for Heart Disease Patients. The combination of depression and stress may increase the chance of a patient dying of heart disease. Time Healthland, 03/10/2015. (Also see Depression and Stress)
7 Timeless Ways to Be Happy at Any Age. The not-yet-aged should take a proactive approach to ensuring as healthy and full an older life as one could hope to have. Time Healthland, 03/11/2015. (Also see Attitude)
How depression affects our sense of time. Time seems to pass extremely slowly or even stand still when a person suffers from depression, a study has found. Mail Online, 03/12/2015. (Also see Depression)
Growing old can actually BOOST your brainpower. Like a fine wine, some parts of the human brain can take decades to mature and reach their peak, researchers have found. Mail Online, 03/11/2015. (Also see Brain (Cerebral) Involvement)
Hungry, ratty, angry: you must be 'hangry' Are you prone to making bad or rash decisions or sometimes struggle to think clearly? You could be suffering from a new affliction. The Telegraph, 02/27/2015. (Also see Diet and Systemic Scleroderma)
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