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There are several harmful reactions when using computers and mobile devices for extended periods. See carpal tunnel syndrome, mouse elbow, computer hunch, smartphone pinky, computer vision syndrome, RSI, tech neck, electromagnetic hypersensitivity, dry eyes, thumb culture and deep vein thrombosis.
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The presence of oral health problems are linked with greater risks of being frail and developing frailty in older age, said researchers.
health problem has jumped to 14%, by far the highest Gallup has recorded for this issue.
The poll revealed that half of mothers said they experienced mental health problems at some time during pregnancy or within the first year of their child's birth.
Around 70% of people between the ages of 18 and 54 said they had experienced a mental health problem compared to 58% of respondents over the age of 55 (58%).
4 million of the additional 2014 enrollees had a severe health problem, such as cancer or heart disease, that would probably have kept them from getting ordinary major medical coverage in states that allowed medical underwriting in the individual market before Jan.
Louise Rubin, Parliamentary Manager at Mind, said: "Supporting constituents with mental health problems is one of the biggest challenges an MP faces today.
4 People with mental health problems don't face prejudice FACTS: Nine out of 10 people with a mental health problem have experienced discrimination.
We are calling for action - across the NHS, the mental health sector and wider society - to champion change, to transform outdated attitudes and practices, and to improve the lives of people with mental health problems.
Mind," a UK mental health charity, and "Relate," its largest provider of relationship support, surveyed 1,102 people who had experienced mental health problems within romantic relationships and asked them about issues relating to communication and commitment.
au/) Raine Study health research project, to determine whether children who had asthma at age five were susceptible to later mental health problems through to the age of 17.
Mental health problems were more prevalent in those who had histories of foster care, the researchers found.
FAILING to tackle mental health problems among people with conditions such as diabetes and heart disease is costing the NHS billions every year, researchers say.

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