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According to a new study, building a strong connection to a social group helps clinically depressed patients recover and helps prevent relapse. Two g...
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It is, perhaps, no surprise that obesity and depression are related. But, how they relate has been unclear. A new study shows that adolescent female...
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According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), about 20 percent of the 2.5 million veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars suffer from p...
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A new review report has found that acupuncture treatments for schizophrenia may have more merit than expected. Researchers found that in many studies,...
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An Australian survey, conducted by the Orygen Youth Health Research Center and the University of Melbourne, found that people are more willing to disc...
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More and more scientists are becoming interested in vitamin D as it is implicated in numerous health conditions. Depression and major depressive diso...
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Playing a science-based app on a smartphone for 25 minutes can reduce levels of anxiety in people who are stressed according to new research from The...
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Researchers have found that sleep disturbances are a more important risk factor for suicide than are mental health disorders. They found that disturbe...
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A study published in the March 5 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that the rates of depression and conduct disorders...
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Challenges to self-esteem are usually associated with teenage angst. But, it appears that for our elders, self-esteem is even more critical . New...

 
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