Which foods are good for constipation?

Constipation is a very common complaint, and a person’s lifestyle and diet often play a role. Eating foods such as yogurt, pulses, wheat bran, and prunes can increase the frequency of bowel movements and relieve symptoms. Here, we explore the causes and treatments of constipation and look at 14 foods that can help. Originally posted…

Read More »

The effects of anxiety on the body

Anxiety is a common condition that impacts a person’s mental health, and it can also have short- and long-term effects on the body. Anxiety can change the function of the cardiovascular, urinary, and respiratory systems. It can also lead to digestive issues and an increased risk of infection. Learn more here. Originally posted 2018-08-03 22:58:59….

Read More »

SIX SIGNS YOU’VE FOUND TRUE LOVE

THEY say all you need is love — and having practiced psychiatry for 16 years, I can say it’s at the center of the biggest question people struggle with: Have I found love? In my life, have I been really, truly loved? So many of us are told in childhood that we are loved —……

Read More »

Look inward to unlock secrets

In an age dominated by quick fixes, e-mail and Twitter, it’s easy to keep wearing masks that make us strangers not only to one another, but also to ourselves. What’s the antidote to this kind of estrangement? Introspection. These questions are the beginning of a journey that can reintroduce you to yourself. Here they are:……

Read More »

Adult ADHD: What you need to know

Adults with ADHD can find it difficult to focus, to listen attentively to others, and to remain organized. Since childhood, the person may have developed coping mechanisms to enable them to function in work and relationships, but this can be stressful and tiring. Medications and lifestyle changes can help people cope. Originally posted 2018-08-03 23:03:52….

Read More »

Concert review: Counting Crows kick it back to the ’90s at Xfinity Center in Mansfield

Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz might most resemble Bob Dylan as a songwriter, and most resemble Van Morrison as a singer. Like both of those two, he and his band like to transform even their old favorites into new arrangements, new interpretations and often unexpected directions. That can be a bountiful source of pleasure for devoted…

Read More »

What is fluoxetine?

Fluoxetine oral capsule is a prescription medication used to treat conditions such as depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, and panic attacks. It comes as the brand-name drugs Prozac and Prozac Weekly, and as a generic drug. Learn about side effects, warnings, dosage, and more. Originally posted 2018-08-03 22:58:57. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Read More »

How to tell if stress is affecting your sleep

Stress can adversely affect physical and mental health. One common result of stress is an inability to sleep. Insufficient sleep can increase the risk of a range of health conditions. Reducing stress through exercise and medication can improve quality of sleep. Learn more about the link between stress and sleep here. Originally posted 2018-09-06 00:16:27….

Read More »

Why is my tongue burning?

People may experience a burning tongue due to burning mouth syndrome (BMS) or a scald from hot food. Causes of BMS include nerve damage, underlying medical conditions, and habits, such as teeth grinding. It is possible to prevent some of the causes to minimize symptoms or stop them from reoccurring. Learn more here. Originally posted…

Read More »

New book by Mendon native views Cuban missile crisis from 3 perspectives

From high altitude U-2 spy missions to tense White House negotiations, two area authors bring alive the drama of the Cuban missile crisis in an exciting new history that provides insightful lessons for today’s dangerous world.In “Above & Beyond,” authors Michael J. Tougias, of Mendon, and Casey Sherman, of Marshfield, provide a harrowing account of…

Read More »

Country strong: Kenny Chesney – and friends – host a bash at Gillette

 Nobody said Kenny Chesney wasn’t energetic. Bobbing around on stage Friday night, the 50-year-old’s age didn’t show as he clapped, screamed and skipped from one side of the stage to the other. While his energy fed into the crowd and his band jammed to some of the biggest hits of the genre, one thing did suffer:…

Read More »

SOBERING TRUTHS ABOUT ALCOHOL’S SUBTLE GRIP

OVER the course of my work, I end up treating many patients for alcohol abuse. But in the beginning, very few of them actually come to me worried about whether they might be alcoholics. Most of them come for help with depression, marital discord, stress at work or anxiety. Many of these men and women……

Read More »

Music: Taunton native Kerri Powers mixes styles

Some songs, with incredible finger-picked and slide guitar work, suggest a player steeped in the blues of the Mississippi Delta. Others evoke the country-rock of an Emmylou Harris, the gritty honky tonk of Leon Russell, or the swampy sounds of Lucinda Williams. But the musician producing all of those sounds is Taunton native Kerri Powers, whose…

Read More »


Fatal error: Call to undefined function skt_pathway_pagination() in /home/brainmin/public_html/keith-ablow.com/wp-content/themes/skt-pathway/archive.php on line 81