Monday, July 27, 2015

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  >> Help Teens Deal With Stress as School Starts As the start of the school year approaches, we spoke with Michael Levy, MD, consultation/liaison psychiatrist at Nyack Hospital, about the major sources of stress for teens at this time of year, and how teens and their parents can deal with them. Q: Why is the beginning of the school year so stressful for teens? A: Every year, we see teen visits to the emergency room for behavior and...

  >> Americans Optimistic About Aging, But Not as Young as They Feel We've all heard the phrase "you're only as young as you feel," but new survey findings from InsideTracker have shown outward appearances and attitudes can be deceiving. Its America's Attitude to Aging study found that while 65 percent of people say they look good for their age, fewer than half believe they are in good shape. It also found that 60 percent of users of its InnerAge platform, a service...

  >> More Than Ever, Your Pet is a Member of the Family Whether furry, feathered, or flippers a-flapping, Americans continue to display close relationships with their pets. 2015 is expected to continue the pet industry's more than two-decades-strong growth trend — and why shouldn't it? More than three in five Americans (62%) have at least one pet in their household, with ownership highest among the two youngest generations tested...

  >> New Analysis Shows More Than 28 Million Baby Boomers Will Develop Alzheimer's Disease More than 28 million baby boomers will develop Alzheimer's disease between now and mid-century, and the cost of caring for them will consume nearly 25 percent of Medicare spending in 2040, according to new research reported today at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2015 (AAIC 2015) in Washington, DC. If there are no significant advances in Alzheimer's treatment or...

  >> Most Patients with Chronic Pain Use Alternative Therapies, but Many Don't Tell Their Doctors More than half of chronic pain patients in a managed care setting reported using chiropractic care or acupuncture or both, but many of these patients didn't discuss this care with their primary care providers. These study results, published today in The American Journal of Managed Care, suggest that better care coordination is needed among patients and physicians. Researchers surveyed more than...

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