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Newborns of minority mothers are at a greater risk of developing issues related to postpartum depression, according to a new study by researchers at F...
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Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can cause lasting mental damage. New research shows that at least some of this could be due to physical damage to white...
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Researchers are working on a new test that could diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mild brain injuries using biomarkers. They believe...
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A new study suggests that thirty percent of the adults in the United States have abused alcohol at some point in their lives. Most have never sought t...
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The parents of disabled children may be more likely to experience depression and memory loss, says research. The demands of caring for a disabled chil...
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Americans are more anxious than ever before, according to two new studies. Both focus on anxiety on campus and in the workplace. More than half of st...
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Researchers have linked mood instability with a wider range of mental disorders than previously assumed and with worse clinical outcomes for the patie...
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In an abstract presented at the Digestive Disease Week conference in Washington, D.C., Texas researchers tied mental disorders and difficulty treating...
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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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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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