Mental Health News

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Though many smokers believe that lighting up can help relieve stress and anxiety, new research funded by Cancer Research UK has linked anxiety and dep...
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A new study in JAMA Psychiatry finds that the risk of mortality among those with mental disorders is more than twice that of individuals without one....
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The Stanford School of Medicine announced research findings from a study that reveals striking similarities in brain-matter loss with patients suffer...
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A new study in the journal Pediatrics indicates that low birth weight babies, usually premature births, may be at increased risk of psychiatric proble...
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Exercising regularly may prevent depression symptoms, according to a new study. Though previous studies have suggested that exercise can curb depressi...
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A Finnish study indicates that adolescents with psychological symptoms fitting mental disorders, with or without diagnosis, are at an elevated risk fo...
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Members of the U.K. armed forces are twice as likely to develop depression or anxiety than civilians, according to a study conducted by the King’s Col...
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A new meta-analysis study, which analyzed data from 61 other studies, globally found that people who work long hours regularly are more likely to hav...
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Gay or bisexual men with mental health issues may have an increased risk of becoming infected with HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), the virus assoc...
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Research from the University of California at Berkeley has linked feelings of self-worth and socio-economic status with mental disorders. The study l...

 
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