Free Press Journal
  • Back pain and unhealthy behavior go hand in hand: Study

    Washington D.C: A new study indicates that adolescents who experience back pain more frequently are also more likely to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and report problems like anxiety and depression.

  • Depression, anxiety may up risk of long-term opioid use

    New York: Pre-existing depression or anxiety disorders and the use of psychoactive drugs may increase an individual’s risk of long-term use of opioid pain medication, a study has found.

  • Higher heart rate, BP in teenagers may up psychiatric disorder risk

    London: Male teenagers with a higher resting heart rate and increased level of blood pressure may be at an high risk of developing psychiatric disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), schizophrenia and other anxiety disorders, a study has found.

  • Women, young adults more prone to anxiety: study

    London: Women are almost twice as likely to experience anxiety as men, according to a new Cambridge study which also found that young individuals – both male and female – under 35 years of age are more affected by the disorder. The study also found that people from Western Europe and North America are more likely to suffer from anxiety than people from other cultures.

  • ‘Night milk’ may be an effective sleep aid: study

    London: Milk collected from cows at night contains high amounts of tryptophan and melatonin, supplements proven to aid sleep and reduce anxiety, a new study has claimed. The findings suggest that night milk might be an effective natural sleep aid for managing sleep-related disturbances and a promising alternative for the treatment of anxiety disorders.