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New research into the use of language finds that words imbued with positive emotional content are more frequently used in written communication. Thi...
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Researchers from Aalto University and Turku PET Centre have revealed how experiencing strong emotions synchronized brain activity among individual peo...
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There may be a link between depression and dementia. A new report in Archives of General Psychiatry discloses a connection between people in mid-life...
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Adverse situations challenge any one who experiences them. How we move through that adversity will determine the quality of our future life. Some wi...
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Over eating leads to depression which leads to more over eating. It may seem obvious, but there is more to it than a simple cycle of reactionary beha...
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Good news for arachnophobes: a single brief therapy session may bring lasting changes to the brain’s response to fear. In fact, the therapy is so s...
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Researchers have found that college students who exhibit signs of depression use the Internet differently than other students. Data collected from th...
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Ten years after the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were begun, soldiers coming home with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are much lower than origi...
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One in seven mothers experiences post natal depression (PND). The depressive symptoms usually appear about two weeks after childbirth. A blood test...
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Major depression can be prevented. Toward that end, new research suggests that the health care system should provide more routine access to depressio...

 
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