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A new imaging study has shown intense exercise boosts two important neurotransmitters; glutamate and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). This boost result...
Many ISIS Recruits Have Mental Illness
With the recent arrest of a supposed ISIS sympathizer in New York, researchers are seeing a big undercurrent of young men who wish to join this terror...
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According to a research study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, depression appears to be passed from mother to daughter. Researchers came to t...
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Seasonal affective disorder refers to a seasonal fluctuation in a person’s depression symptoms. Although the disorder is currently recognized by medic...
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Scientists have long been baffled as to the precise causes of autism, pondering if it is genetic, environmental or something else entirely. Medical re...
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Are you a woman who makes less money than your husband or partner? Are you depressed because the wage disparity between genders seems unfair? A new st...
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Do women who go into menopause early have an increased risk of depression? According to information from a new study, women experiencing premature men...
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For people with depressive conditions, the last thing they feel like doing is celebrating the holiday season. Depression brings with it feelings of is...
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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a difficult disorder and it’s especially a problem with men and woman who have served time in combat with the...
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The University of Vermont recently performed a research study and found that over the long term, cognitive behavioral therapy is the most effective wa...

 
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