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Where There’s Prostatitis, Fatigue and Other Problems Ensue

Where There’s Prostatitis, Fatigue and Other Problems Ensue

For many men with prostatitis, fatigue can be a daily companion, albeit an unwanted one. In fact, among the broad and diverse range of symptoms accompanying chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS)—the most common type of prostatitis—fatigue, pain, and urinary problems can be the most debilitating.

But the adverse effects

2. Normal Changes in Memory with Age

Many people in middle and older age complain that their memory just isn’t as sharp as when they were young. It becomes harder to remember names of people you just met. You may spend more time than you’d like looking around for your reading glasses, watch, or car keys. As

Newsbriefs: Back Pain; New Cast; Foot Orthoses

Back Pain Intensified by Psychological, Sedentary Issues.
Pain from a back injury is often compounded by psychological issues, such as work dissatisfaction, family stress, depression, and secondary pain, according to findings by Australian researchers published online April 26, 2016 in the Medical Journal of Australia. The problem arises in part from

Reduce Stress to Ease Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a physical phenomenon, for certain, but it also has important mental dimensions that can ex-acerbate physical discomfort, such as psychological stress and negative effects on mood. Research suggests that addressing these mental aspects of chronic pain may be a very effective way to decrease the toll it

Cleveland Clinic Heart Advisor: 2015 Index

Key: (month, page no.)

Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure Control May be Improved with a Second Doctor’s Visit (Jan. 2)
Living Near a Major Road Raises Hypertension Risks (Jan. 7)
Bisphenol A May Increase Blood Pressure (Feb. 2)
New Pulmonary Hypertension Treatments Hold Promise (Feb. 5)
Insomnia May Raise Odds of Developing Hypertension (April 2)
Do You Need

Testing for Alzheimer’s Disease: What to Expect

Three questions women frequently ask about Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are:

1) What are the early symptoms?

2) How do I know if the symptoms are Alzheimer’s rather normal, age-related memory loss?

3) What should I do about it?

“We all forget things, and it’s important to keep in mind that some degree of forgetting

The Search for an Alzheimer’s Cure: 
Casting a Wider Net

Decades of disappointment in the search for treatments that can slow, halt, or reverse the course of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias have only made scientists more determined to find effective therapies.

In their continuing efforts, researchers are broadening their approaches—reworking treatment targets, the timing of interventions, and the tactics

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