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A new article in Nature discusses the high-risk genetic variants known to be associated with schizophrenia and autism. The link between these mental d...
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The teenage years are the time when most mental illnesses surface, and adolescents are known to be vulnerable to psychiatric disorders such as schizop...
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The more maternity leave a woman receives the better protected she will be from postpartum depression. According to a study led by Dr. Rada K. Dagher...
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Blow-ups, short tempers, road rage, hostility, and similar outbursts to which we've given various names may have a biological basis. A new study shows...
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Obese people who sleep poorly are also likely to suffer from anxiety or depression and have lower quality of life. A new study from University of Bi...
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A head injury can have a lingering effect that may create a condition linked to depression. After a head injury, immune system brain cells go on "hig...
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Women who take antidepressants and experience sexual dysfunction may benefit from regular, moderate workouts. A new study from the University of Texa...
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A new study suggests that the higher rate of injuries among construction workers may be related to higher levels of mental distress. This research ind...
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British scientists have developed a camera test that can diagnose a range of serious mental illnesses by analyzing the eye movements of patients. A ce...
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More than 200 kindergarten through twelfth-grade teachers, counselors and administrators attended a "Mental Health First Aid" training session in Miss...

 
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