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New Twist on Dangerous Trend: Cyberbullying Oneself

Teen self-harm in the form of cutting, scratching or even self-inflicted burns has gained a lot of attention over the last several years. The behaviors obviously cause physical damage and […]
Teen Depression in US Jumps By Nearly Half in 10 Years

Teen Depression in US Jumps By Nearly Half in 10 Years

A new study finds a startling rise in depression among all Americans, with youth demonstrating the most rapid increase over the last decade. Researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of […]
Artificial Intelligence Detects Suicidal Tendencies in People Using Brain Scans

Artificial Intelligence Detects Suicidal Tendencies in People Using Brain Scans

Recent scientific progress has allowed us to begin decoding the significance of many different patterns of activity in the brain. Researchers have begun to understand patterns associated with
Study: Nearly 1/4 of Illegals on the California Border Have a Mental Disorder

Study: Nearly 1/4 of Illegals on the California Border Have a Mental Disorder

Nearly a quarter of Mexican illegal aliens surveyed in a new study have a mental disorder.
Nightmares May Be Associated with Self-Harm

Nightmares May Be Associated with Self-Harm

Emerging research finds a link between nightmares and self-harm such as cutting or burning oneself. The link between nightmares and self-abuse aligns with prior studies that discovered an association
Menopausal Hot Flashes, Night Sweats Tied to Type of Sleep Apnea

Menopausal Hot Flashes, Night Sweats Tied to Type of Sleep Apnea

A new study finds that the hot flashes and night sweats experienced by many middle-aged women may be associated with an increased risk of obstructive sleep apnea, a sleep condition […]

The Diet Linked To Higher Depression Risk

The longer people follow this diet, the more depressed they are. • Try one of PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You Do (NEW) The
Time on Social Media Not Linked to Mental Health Issues in Young People

Time on Social Media Not Linked to Mental Health Issues in Young People

Apparently, the way young individuals use social media is more important than the amount of time a person spends online. A new study provides some assurance that strong social media […]
Childhood Spankings Can Up Risk of Adult Mental Health Problems

Childhood Spankings Can Up Risk of Adult Mental Health Problems

Emerging research suggests that getting spanked as a child can lead to a variety of mental health problems in adulthood. University of Michigan (U-M) investigators say the new findings indicate […]
Mindfulness Aids Moms Resiliency When Child Has Critical Illness

Mindfulness Aids Moms Resiliency When Child Has Critical Illness

New research suggests that mindfulness may offer an active coping mechanism for mothers faced with the stress of having a newborn diagnosed with congenital heart disease (CHD). Mindfulness involves
How to Help a Partner Struggling With Clinical Depression

How to Help a Partner Struggling With Clinical Depression

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Scientists ID Brain Chemical That Helps Stop Intrusive Thoughts

Scientists ID Brain Chemical That Helps Stop Intrusive Thoughts

In a new study, researchers identified a key neurotransmitter in a brain area critical to memory that enables us to suppress unwanted thoughts. The scientists showed that the ability to […]
Obesity May Hike Risk of Depression for Women with Lupus

Obesity May Hike Risk of Depression for Women with Lupus

New research suggests obesity places women with lupus at risk of becoming depressed and may increase disease activity, pain, and fatigue. The new report was presented at annual meeting of […]

The Little-Known Antidepressant Side-Effect That Hits Fast

This antidepressant side-effect can hit in the first few weeks. • Try one of PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You Do (NEW) The Anxiety
15 Things Depression Will Tell You That Are Actually Horrible Lies

15 Things Depression Will Tell You That Are Actually Horrible Lies

For those suffering from depression, it can often feel like nothing will ever get better and nobody will ever understand. My personal bouts consist of oversleeping, undereating, shutting down at
15 Things Depression Will Tell You That Are Actually Horrible Lies

15 Things Depression Will Tell You That Are Actually Horrible Lies

For those suffering from depression, it can often feel like nothing will ever get better and nobody will ever understand. My personal bouts consist of oversleeping, undereating, shutting down at
Tweet-analyzing algorithm can detect depression sooner than a human doctor

Tweet-analyzing algorithm can detect depression sooner than a human doctor

An algorithm created by computer scientists suggests that the language we use on Twitter could help reveal early warning signs of mental health issues, such as clinical depression. The post
Art Therapy May Ease Severe Depression

Art Therapy May Ease Severe Depression

In a new Swedish study, patients with severe and moderately severe depression showed significant improvement after 10 sessions of individual art therapy compared to those in the control group. The […]
Dads Are Not Receiving Needed Care for Postnatal Depression

Dads Are Not Receiving Needed Care for Postnatal Depression

Although depression among new mothers is a well-identified condition, experts have only recently understood that some new fathers are also at risk. A new Swedish study shows that depression among […]

Study: ‘Emotional Eating’ Is Probably Just an Excuse for Poor Choices

'Emotional eating' may not be a result of sadness, but a reaction to feeling constricted within a diet.