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Self-efficacy and positive thinking as predictors of health-related quality of life in women with stress urinary incontinence | BMC Women’s Health

Does asset ownership influence sexual risk-taking behaviors among women engaged in sex work in Southern Uganda? A mediation analysis | BMC Women’s Health

Study designWe used baseline data from a randomized controlled study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). The study aimed to assess the efficacy of a combination intervention when added to the traditional HIV risk reduction (HIVRR) in reducing the incidence of STI and HIV among WESW in ...

How long does the fight or flight response last?

How long does the fight or flight response last?

Photo by SHVETS production: https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-near-carton-boxes-with-many-different-words-about-stress-7203955/ The fight or flight response was designed to last for as long as it took to survive a life-threatening situation. So it is triggered almost instantaneously when a danger is encountered in the environment, and it can last for minutes to hours, until you are ...

Does Ankylosing Spondylitis Affect the Brain?

Does Ankylosing Spondylitis Affect the Brain?

Ankylosing spondylitis can affect the way your brain works. It can cause problems with thinking, remembering, and concentrating. The effect can worsen over time and prevent you from taking care of yourself. This article describes how the disease impacts your brain, how it can affect the way your brain functions, ...

Where Does Ye Go From Here?

Where Does Ye Go From Here?

The mad genius has been a longstanding fixture within various cultures. Greek philosophers were enamored with the idea of “divine madness”; students today are taught about van Gogh’s life as one of a tortured artist, juxtaposing his works with the tragedy of his severed ear and mental despair; Sylvia Plath ...

How Does Shallow Breathing Affect Our Entire Bodies?

How Does Shallow Breathing Affect Our Entire Bodies?

We breathe constantly throughout our days with minimal attention. However, there’s a big difference between shallow breathing and deep breathing that can help you during times of distress. Often, in moments of anxiety, we breathe from our chest. Chest breathing is typically shallow breathing. However, when our bodies are tense ...

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