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Nearly 5 percent of American adults in 2018 engaged in heavy drinking

The report was released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Researchers demonstrate how music could reduce the frequency of epileptic seizures

Listening to Mozart correlated with a drastic reduction in epileptic seizures, new research finds.

New research emphasizes the importance of maternal psychological well-being during pregnancy

A team of German researchers underlined the significance of maternal psychological well-being on newborn infants.

New gene discovery may reduce the likelihood of developing alcohol-related cirrhosis

Researchers at Indiana University probed how identifying certain genetic factors may play a part in preventing alcoholic cirrhosis.

New research evaluates the efficiency of first-line medication for treating pediatric anxiety disorders

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati evaluated the use of escitalopram for pediatric anxiety disorders.

Physical exercise considerably enhances learning and memory in young adults

The study was published in Translational Sports Medicine.

Brain imaging of patients with autism shows substantial differences in the brain’s serotonin system

The new research uncovered distinct brain differences in the brain's serotonin system of patients with autism.

Digitally-guided therapy could increase the number of young adults getting treatment for eating disorders

The study was released in JAMA Network Open.

Researchers find overlapping patterns of brain function in patients with anorexia and body dysmorphic disorder

The results were established by the examination of 64 female participants with anorexia nervosa and body dysmorphic disorder.