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Kendra Jackson

How Did Doctors Find Out Kendra Jackson’s Brain Was Leaking?

Kendra Jackson, at the time, was a 46-year-old divorced mother who worked at a bank. She was well-liked in her neighborhood and was known for her outgoing and kind personality. She always had a runny nose and a severe headache after getting into an accident. But what doctors later discovered was that her brain was …

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Goodnight Sleep

Why Can’t You Get A Good Night’s Sleep in Unfamiliar Surroundings?

Sleep is a vital function that allows your mind and body to recharge which eventually leaves you refreshed and alert by the time you wake up. It is also important that your body gets a healthy amount of sleep, this helps with your immunity and brain function. People who do not have good sleeping habits …

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Coffee

Does Coffee and Tea Dehydrate You?

Drinking Coffee has several health benefits because it contains antioxidants and vitamins such as riboflavin, magnesium, and potassium. It can also help reduce depression, promote a healthy heart, and lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, liver disease, and liver cancer. Tea also has similar benefits. But is consuming coffee …

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7% of men suffer from paruresis, an anxiety disorder that means you can’t pee if other people are in close proximity.

SHY BLADDER SYNDROME (PARURESIS) Paruresis is a Type of Social Anxiety For the vast majority of people, tending to bodily functions such as urinating happens without much thought or concern. For about 21 million Americans, roughly 7% of the general population, urination causes great worry and inconvenience. They have developed a condition called paruresis also …

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In 1988, a man with OCD and extreme germophobia tried to commit suicide by shooting himself in the head with a rifle. However, he survived, and the bullet completely eliminated his mental disorder without causing any other damage to his brain.

Brain Wound Eliminates Man’s Mental Illness A mentally ill young man who shot himself in the head in a suicide attempt suffered a brain injury that apparently eliminated his phobia of germs and his obsession with washing his hands, doctors say. The .22-caliber slug destroyed the section of the brain responsible for his disabling obsessive-compulsive …

In 1988, a man with OCD and extreme germophobia tried to commit suicide by shooting himself in the head with a rifle. However, he survived, and the bullet completely eliminated his mental disorder without causing any other damage to his brain. Read More »