Mental Health News

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For some who suffer from mental illnesses, social media can be a way of coping with the depression and anxiety by using it to find others who can offe...
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Group therapy may work as well as medication to help keep depression from returning in patients who have already taken drugs to control their symptoms...
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A fascinating new theory has emerged from Cambridge University: the possibility of treating depression with anti-inflammatory drugs like aspirin and i...
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A study from Northwestern University and funded by the National Institutes of Health has found that mental disorders do not predict future violence. T...
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Bullied children are more likely to suffer from mental health than those abused by adults, according to a new study. Though previous research has link...
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Major depression has been linked to changes in DNA, according to a study conducted by the Oxford University in the United Kingdom. The study found tha...
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For many expectant and new mothers, anxiety, depression, and sleep difficulty are part of the maternal process. What is supposed to be the happiest ti...
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People with mental disorders, on average, live ten fewer years than do people without them, a new study says. The study, published in JAMA Psychiatry,...
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Grandparents who provide over 60 hours of care per month experience significantly more depressive symptoms than those who give less time, according to...
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A new Spanish study found that children exposed to tobacco smoke at home are twice as likely to have attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) tha...

 
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