Tag Archives: Adults

Adults Need 7 Hours of Sleep Daily: Study

Adults need a minimum of seven hours of sleep each night, preferably more, says a new Stanford study, setting aside the debate that varied on this issue. In their paper published in the journal SLEEP, 15 sleep experts reached a consensus as per the requirements of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society. One of the panelists, ...

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Teens with Slow Cognitive Response Suffer from Depression, Anxiety Later as Adults: Study

Those who are slow in performance due to less cognitive speed suffer with anxiety and depression when they grow up into adults, says a new study conducted by Edinburgh University on 705 participants. The study, led by Catharine R. Gale, and his team found that teenagers who showed slower processing speed turn to be more at risk of suffering from ...

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Vitamin D deficiency in childhood harmful to heart later in life: Study

Low vitamin D in children is hardly noticed for medical intervention and often passed off with ease but latest research has shown that the deficiency may turn into a bigger risk when later in life for them. Low levels of vitamin D in childhood were associated with subclinical atherosclerosis tahat correlates with cardio-vascular disease after 25 years in adulthood, the ...

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