Monthly Archives: April 2014

Childhood Abuse and Higher Health Risks across Multiple Systems in Adulthood

Although childhood abuse occur in the early stages of life, the powerful adverse influences on health extend to the adulthood even decades later over the life course, enhancing the risks in multiple systems for morbidity and mortality. The early life … Continue reading

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Behavioral Problems in Cancer Patients and Survivors: Factors in Psychoneuroimmunology

Behavioral symptoms are commonly seen in cancer patients and survivors. For example, in breast cancer patients, such symptoms include depression, cognitive impairment, sleep disorders, and fatigue (Bower, 2008). These symptoms have adverse effects on the treatment results of cancers. They … Continue reading

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