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Globel tuberculosis cases see a significant decline within a decade

Globel tuberculosis cases see a significant decline within a decade

According to WHO report on Tuesday, the number of people getting sick with tuberculosis ( TB) has considerably decreased for the first time. At the same time, statistical figure showed that the death toll from the the disease  is also … Read more

Brief Behavioral Counseling May Help Seniors Sleep

Brief Behavioral Counseling May Help Seniors Sleep

MONDAY, Jan. 24 (HealthDay News) — A brief, individualized counseling program can improve sleep in older adults with insomnia, a new study shows. Insomnia improved for most after four sessions, study finds. The research involved 79 insomnia patients, with an … Read more

Insomnia – causes, symptoms and treatment

Insomnia – causes, symptoms and treatment

1. Definition: Insomnia is “difficulties initiating and/or maintaining sleep, or nonrestorative sleep, associated with impairments of daytime functioning or marked distress for more than 1 month.” Both organic and non-organic insomnia without other cause constitute a sleep disorder, primary insomnia. … Read more