Mental Health News Page 35

kids
In the new study from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has discovered a way to diagnose depression in youth with a blood test. The...
teens
There is now a blood test to diagnose major depression in teens. This breakthrough approach creates an objective diagnosis by measuring a specific se...
steps
By age 25, 75% of mental illnesses have been diagnosed. Mood and anxiety disorders are among the most common, but for young people, there are few ser...
gym
Attitude may be the key to how exercise impacts menopausal women. This is according to researchers from Penn State who identified two types of menopa...
work
Take this job and shove it. For many such a sentiment is just a distant dream because they feel obligated to stick with their job for a variety of re...
pic
As definitions of mental illness become broader and more well known, people who have depressive symptoms and other moderate mental illnesses are less...
stress
Stress contributes to the breakdown of mind and body. Psychological stress is linked to greater risk of depression, heart disease and infectious dise...
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According to a new study, women who had previously suffered an eating disorder or some form of physical or sexual abuse are more likely to develop pos...
more than talk
A new study shows that people who believe they are fat, whether they are or not, may be damaging their mental health. Internal or mental ‘fat talk’ l...
face
Severe depression causes one to become despondent, lack energy and drive, withdrawn and hopeless. Most people with depression also suffer from anxiet...

 
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