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Panic Disorder Symptoms May Be Tied to Acid-Sensing Receptor

Panic disorder is a syndrome characterized by spontaneous and recurrent episodes of incapacitating anxiety. It typically emerges during adolescence or early adulthood and can take [...]

Estrogen in the Brain Prevents Obesity, Glucose Intolerance in Menopause

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have found that adding estrogen in the brain may improve metabolic health in obese females. The study conducted [...]

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Stress a Common Seizure Trigger in Epilepsy, UC Study Affirms

People with epilepsy face many challenges, but perhaps the most difficult of all is the unpredictability of seizure occurrence. One of the most commonly reported [...]

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From Low to High: We Can Improve Tristate’s Poor Rank in Well-Being

The 2016 national State of American Well-Being report card is out, and the Tristate does not fare well. Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio all rank in [...]

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When a Tremor's Cure Is in the Mind

Through most of medical history it was known as “psychogenic tremor,” an uncontrolled shaking of a hand or limb that was unrelated to any detectable [...]

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