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Anxious and pessimistic personalities linked to Parkinson's disease later in life

...They also found a similar link between pessimistic personalities and Parkinson's. "This is the first study that to... and definite link between anxious and pessimistic personalities and the future development of Parkinson's disease," says Dr. Bower. "But, the increased risk was rel...

Exercise vital to build strong bones

...Public Service Announcements in which world-famous personalities urged people to take charge of their own bone health and avoid osteoporosis: These celebrities include: Paolo Rossi. Italy. Football player Julie Payette. Canada. Astronaut Erika Ender. Panama/Brazil. Singer/songwriter Pilin Leon. Venezuela. ...

Mayo clinic study finds occupation and education influence risk for Parkinson's disease

...hat people with Parkinson's disease have premorbid personalities that make them like education," he says. "For example, dopamine is the reward chemical in the brain and is deficient in the brains of people with Parkinson's disease. So, if you have a long-standing deficiency of dopamine, you may be less likely to p...

Extreme personality poses risk of ADHD, conduct disorder

Children with personalities marked by aggressiveness, mood swings, a sense of alienation and a need for excitement may be at greater risk for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or conduct disorder, according to a new Florida State University study. FSU psychology professo...

Change in neuroticism tied to mortality rates, researcher says

... some of the potentially negative aspects of human personalities in a positive way could become part of a balanced ...fferent results. "You can find the full range of personalities in any ethnic or gender group," Mroczek said. "There are those who are laid back and then there are ...

Patient-centered approach can backfire

...tyle you prefer," he said. "Doctors' attitudes and personalities are just as diverse as patients' attitudes and personalities. Finding a good match can be very important in terms of how satisfied you are with the care you receive and, ultimately, whether or not you stay healthy." ...

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