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The Vaccine That Could Prevent Stress, Anxiety, and Depression

The Vaccine That Could Prevent Stress, Anxiety, and Depression

As mental health disorders run rampant, scientists are trying to make an immunization from bacteria that could help.
Social health disparities may put LGBT individuals at a higher risk for dementia

Social health disparities may put LGBT individuals at a higher risk for dementia

New research finds that members of the LGBT community are more likely to report noticing trouble with their memories than their straight and cis-gendered peers.
Study: Social Media Usage Linked to Teen Depression

Study: Social Media Usage Linked to Teen Depression

A study published on Monday revealed that social media usage — more so than any other type of digital screen time — is linked to teen depression. The research team investigated the connection between
Perinatal Depression Screening May Miss Suicidal Thoughts

Perinatal Depression Screening May Miss Suicidal Thoughts

A new study of 736 low-income pregnant women in Illinois finds that more than one-third of those who reported having thoughts of self-harm in a commonly used health questionnaire did...
Thread about ‘depression meals’ is inspiring lots of relatable answers

Thread about ‘depression meals’ is inspiring lots of relatable answers

If there's anything that brings the internet together, it's the combination of food and misery. The post Thread about ‘depression meals’ is inspiring lots of relatable answers appeared first on The
Antidepressants Reduce Death by One-Third in Diabetic Patients

Antidepressants Reduce Death by One-Third in Diabetic Patients

A new study has found that antidepressants reduce death by more than one-third in patients with diabetes and depression. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people with...
Fun, Structured Programs Improve Mood in Obese Kids as Much as Exercise

Fun, Structured Programs Improve Mood in Obese Kids as Much as Exercise

Regular exercise offers a variety of benefits for overweight and obese children, but when it comes to their mental and social health in particular, other kinds of adult-led afterschool programs...
Woman's Twitter Thread On "Depression Meals" Gets Many Relatable Answers

Woman's Twitter Thread On "Depression Meals" Gets Many Relatable Answers

Twitter User @dizzysinclair, started up a thread on those meals people turn to when the depression hits. The answers ended up being quite relatable to many folks out there. We've got sugary feasts
The midlife crisis is getting worse

The midlife crisis is getting worse

We've come to know the midlife crisis as a time when parents, with their kids out of the house, feel compelled to make up for lost time and relive their glory days. It's not like that anymore.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads Stand By Heroes In Crisis' Polarizing Finale

Tom King and Mitch Gerads Stand By Heroes In Crisis' Polarizing Finale

During this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Heroes in Crisis collaborators Tom King and Mitch Gerads made a point of addressing the intense wave of backlash that followed the series’ finale. To put their
How to Be Depressed by Facebook

How to Be Depressed by Facebook

A new study has found that people who use social networks passively — they don’t post updates, but tend to compare themselves with others — are in danger of developing...
Severe Workplace Injuries Tied to Greater Risk of Suicide, Overdose Deaths

Severe Workplace Injuries Tied to Greater Risk of Suicide, Overdose Deaths

Sustaining a work-related injury severe enough to result in at least a week off of work almost triples the combined risk of suicide and overdose deaths among women, and increases...
Why striving for happiness makes people miserable

Why striving for happiness makes people miserable

A huge wellness industry, estimated to be worth $11 billion a year, has helped to create the fantasy that happiness is a realistic goal.
Your meaningful job is a health hazard

Your meaningful job is a health hazard

A passion project has its place, but not when you work for it.
Sleep Apnea May Play a Role in Some Treatment-Resistant Depression

Sleep Apnea May Play a Role in Some Treatment-Resistant Depression

A new study, published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, finds that obstructive sleep apnea may play a role in some cases of treatment-resistant depression. The findings remain true even...
Canadian Study Probes Reduced Suicidal Thoughts in Indigenous People

Canadian Study Probes Reduced Suicidal Thoughts in Indigenous People

The higher rates of suicide among indigenous people in Canada has been well documented, but few studies have looked at the factors linked to recovery among those who have had...
Lizzo Reveals She Almost Quit Music After Releasing ‘Truth Hurts’ Because Of Depression

Lizzo Reveals She Almost Quit Music After Releasing ‘Truth Hurts’ Because Of Depression

Depression hurts — and while Lizzo didn’t let it stop her from pursuing her dreams, there was a time when she almost did. In the new issue of People, the 31-year-old singer opened up about the “long
Testing Cortisol Levels in Hair May Aid Depression Diagnosis

Testing Cortisol Levels in Hair May Aid Depression Diagnosis

Testing for cortisol in hair samples may one day aid in the diagnosis of depression and in efforts to monitor the effects of treatment, according to a new study published...
Study IDs Gene Sets Tied to 5 Mental Disorders

Study IDs Gene Sets Tied to 5 Mental Disorders

An international study has revealed specific sets of genes associated with the development of ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, major depression and schizophrenia. Researchers analyzed

5 Mental Disorders Linked To The Same Genes (M)

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