Mental Health News

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A global consortium recently published a large MRI study in Molecular Psychiatry showing that individuals with bipolar disorder have alterations in br...
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A Swedish study found mindfulness group therapy to be effective as individual CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) for people with anxiety, depression,...
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In a recent study, investigators examined the effect Iyengar yoga had on individuals, aged 18 to 64 who suffered from depression. The 30 study partici...
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Because specific areas of our brain have been shown to actively combine when reading something we like and want to share, researchers can use brain sc...
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There are few resources available to assist the more than 34 million Americans now caring for a terminally ill loved one. After finding that 23 percen...
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In a review published in Trends in Neurosciences, psychologists discuss the unique neurobiology of postpartum depression (PPD) and anxiety. “Motherhoo...
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The fear of facing inner conflict arising over existential issues, or life’s big questions, has been linked by researchers to diminished mental health...
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There are two types of bad bosses according to Seth M. Spain, a Binghamton University Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior. One bad-boss ty...
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By measuring children’s brain waves, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis discovered that clinically depressed kids rea...
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Controlled yogic breathing may help people who are suffering from depression, according to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry...

 
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