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Hearing Loss Linked to Mental, Physical and Social Complications

Hearing Loss Linked to Mental, Physical and Social Complications

A new study has found that hearing loss in older people is associated with anxiety, memory loss and a restriction of outdoor activities. According to researchers at the University of...
Online Self-Management Helpful for Anxiety, Depression and Pain

Online Self-Management Helpful for Anxiety, Depression and Pain

Emerging research suggests that for some individuals, online symptom self-management plus clinician telecare is the best strategy for treating anxiety, depression and pain. As a background, it is well

The Best Treatment For Depression (M)

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Woman's Twitter Thread Shares Tips On How To Help A Loved One Living With Depression

Woman's Twitter Thread Shares Tips On How To Help A Loved One Living With Depression

Twitter user @aleeyaderige, shared a powerful thread on how to help a loved one who's dealing with depression. She touches on many of the painful ins and outs of living with depression, and her thread
Depression Symptoms, Protein Buildup in Brain Tied to Later Cognitive Decline

Depression Symptoms, Protein Buildup in Brain Tied to Later Cognitive Decline

Depression symptoms in cognitively healthy older adults together with brain amyloid — protein deposits which are a biological marker of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) — could trigger changes in memory
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The Essential Benefits of Zen Meditation and How it will Change your Life

The Essential Benefits of Zen Meditation and How it will Change your Life

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Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury More Than Twice as Likely to Die by Suicide

Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury More Than Twice as Likely to Die by Suicide

Military veterans with a history of traumatic brain injury (TBI) are more than twice as likely to die by suicide compared to veterans without a TBI diagnosis, according to a...
Bullying Linked To More Suicide Attempts By Young Adolescents

Bullying Linked To More Suicide Attempts By Young Adolescents

Being bullied may increase the risk of suicide attempts among young adolescents by approximately three times worldwide, according to a new study. “Globally, approximately 67,000 adolescents die of
Study: Trans College Students Far More Likely to Have Mental Health Issues

Study: Trans College Students Far More Likely to Have Mental Health Issues

A new study has found that gender minority students, whose gender identity differs from the sex assigned them at birth, are between two and four times more likely to experience...
How Breathwork and Meditation Can Help Counter Feelings of Loneliness and Isolation

How Breathwork and Meditation Can Help Counter Feelings of Loneliness and Isolation

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The Personality Trait Linked To Depression

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IBD in Childhood May Up Risk of Mental Health Issues

IBD in Childhood May Up Risk of Mental Health Issues

A new Swedish study suggests children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have a greater risk for psychiatric disorders. Researchers believe that more psychological support and longer follow-up is
Lack of Vitamin D in Kids Tied to Aggression, Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence

Lack of Vitamin D in Kids Tied to Aggression, Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence

Vitamin D deficiency in childhood may be associated with a greater risk for aggressive behavior and anxious and depressive moods in adolescence, according to a new University of Michigan (U-M)...
Machine Learning/AI Can ID People Who Need Specialist Care for Depression

Machine Learning/AI Can ID People Who Need Specialist Care for Depression

Researchers have created decision models to predict which patients might need more treatment for their depression than what their primary care provider can offer. Scientists say the algorithms are
Depression is the Strongest Predictor of Substance Use in Pregnancy

Depression is the Strongest Predictor of Substance Use in Pregnancy

A new Canadian study finds that depression is the single largest driver of substance use during pregnancy, highlighting the need for greater support for the mental health of pregnant women....
Working With Animals Can Increase Risk of Depression, Anxiety and Suicide

Working With Animals Can Increase Risk of Depression, Anxiety and Suicide

“Talking about veterinarian suicide certainly gets people to pay attention, but it does not tell the whole, nuanced story about what may be contributing to poor well-being in this population,”...
Many Patients Hide Life-Threatening Issues From Their Doctors

Many Patients Hide Life-Threatening Issues From Their Doctors

A new study finds that many patients who have faced domestic violence, sexual assault, depression or thoughts of suicide are likely to hide this information from their healthcare providers. The...
Restless Legs Syndrome Tied to Triple the Risk of Suicide, Self-Harm

Restless Legs Syndrome Tied to Triple the Risk of Suicide, Self-Harm

A new study has found that restless legs syndrome is associated with a nearly tripled risk of suicide and self-harm. Researchers at Penn State found that people with restless legs...
Anxiety, Depression Tied to Greater Opioid Use After Surgery

Anxiety, Depression Tied to Greater Opioid Use After Surgery

Pain is an unavoidable part of the healing process after surgery. Yet the current opioid crisis has made the standard prescribing practices for painkillers loaded with risk. A new study...