Health

The British culture of the 'stiff upper lip' is preventing early symptoms of cancer being presented.
Mental impairment could be linked to cardiac disease.
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Society member Naomi Norton has received one of the first awards from the Research and Education Bursary Fund funded by the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM).
Yoga could help to combat mild depression, new research has shown.
Eating more fruit and vegetables may make young people calmer, happier and more energetic in their daily life, suggests new research from our British Journal of Health Psychology published this week.
The emotional support people receive within a marriage could play a role in helping them survive for longer.
Loneliness can have a negative impact on a person's immune system, new research has suggested.
The NHS Commissioning Board is recruiting chairs and clinical members to the clinical reference groups for all of the specialised services that it will play a direct r
New research has highlighted the risks associated with depression among people who suffer a stroke.
Low-earning women may be at greater risk of suffering from high blood pressure, new research has suggested.
A new survey of stroke survivors published in the British Journal of Health Psychology today shows that those with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are less likely to keep to treatment regimes that reduce the risk of a further stroke.
Many women appear to experience memory problems as they go through the menopause - and new research has found these cognitive difficulties to be real issues.
Dr Rob Jenkins, a Chartered Psychologist from the University of Glasgow's School of Psychology, has been selected for membership of the Global Young Academy (GYA).
Hospital appointments are often missed because patients feel the Monday blues.
New research has found people with severe mental health problems may not be getting the care they need for physical conditions.
A person's memory can be adversely affected by exposure to organophosphates, new research has shown.
Mental health problems among doctors appear to be under-treated, new research has shown.
A new National Statistics report on the psychology services workforce in NHSScotland has been published.
Women who experience depression during pregnancy could be at increased risk of suicide in later life.
Parents often pass on their fear of the dentist to their children, a new study has indicated.
Mental health is to be given parity with physical health under the first NHS Mandate, which was published yesterday. 
Being neurotic could prove good for a person's health, under certain circumstances.
Many soldiers who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) also have undiagnosed chronic vision problems.
How individuals react to the stress factors they encounter on a daily basis could predict their future health.
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