Eczema in young individuals remains a substantial public health burden in most countries

New research published in Clinical & Experimental Allergy indicates that the burden related to eczema in young individuals is substantial in most countries. A median of 6% of both children…

School-based screen can be effective at improving and protecting the mental health of adolescents

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers at RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences have found that a school-based screen for mental health problems, combined with a referral system, can be…

Study shows how early-life adversity affects mental health and cognitive abilities

New research published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry indicates that early-life adversity-;such as homelessness, parental violence, or longstanding illness in the family-;may lead to mental health challenges,…

How does vaping affect your health?

E-cigarettes, or vapes, are causing harm and risk introducing a new generation to smoking, warn experts from The Australian National University (ANU) following their government report into vaping. According to…

Fertility treatment does not lead to adverse cardiometabolic health in offspring, study finds

A large study looking at the effects of fertility treatment has found no robust difference in blood pressure, heart rate, lipids, and glucose measurements between children conceived naturally and those…

Men’s health: Does stress affect sperm quantity, quality and also cause ejaculation problems?

Kyle Gordy from California, who has fathered 57 children as a sperm donor over the past nine years, in an interview told New York Post that his strong sperm quality…

Health Improvement Through Weight Loss Surgery

A new year, a new beginning.  With the arrival of 2023, many of us use this annual marker to stop and think about where we have been, and where we’re…

World Leprosy Day 2023: Signs and symptoms of leprosy, how it spreads, treatment | Health

Leprosy also known Hansen’s disease is a chronic infection that’s caused by a bacteria called Mycobacterium leprae and affects skin, nerves, and other parts of the body. If not treated,…

Physical fitness directly related to mental health in Compulsory Secondary Education students

The study conducted at the Universitat Jaume I by Carlos Bou Sospedra in his doctoral thesis entitled “Condición física y salud mental en estudiantes de ESO: Proyecto DADOS” has demonstrated…

Critics cite failures in health care for vulnerable foster children

Need Help? If you or someone you know is in a crisis, please call or text 988 to reach the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. One night last month, a…