Depression

Rancid Piles of Donated Clothes Litter Developing Countries

12 hours ago   |   Mercola

Studies conducted during the on-again, off-again lockdowns of COVID-19 revealed how damaging social isolation was to most people. A reporter from The Conversation 1 did an...
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Teen Brains Actually Aged Faster Because Of Pandemic Stress

Teen Brains Actually Aged Faster Because Of Pandemic Stress

1 day ago   |   Scary Mommy

It's very apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant affect on teens around the world, especially when it comes to their mental health. But now a new study out...
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FDA issues ‘study may proceed' letter for clinical trial for MDD treatment

FDA issues ‘study may proceed' letter for clinical trial for MDD treatment

1 day ago   |   Healio

The FDA has issued a “study may proceed” letter to biopharmaceutical company Vistagen for its newly filed investigational new drug application for the clinical development of...
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NPs React: Addressing Burnout and Depression

1 day ago   |   Medscape

A Medscape report focused on high levels of burnout affecting nurse practitioners, a problem that only worsened with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what your colleagues are...
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Anxiety, Depression, and Adverse Childhood Experiences: An Update on Risks and Protective Factors Among Children and Youth

1 day ago   |   Academic Pediatrics

In “The Association of Adverse Childhood Experiences with Anxiety and Depression for Children and Youth, 8 to 17 Years of Age”, we found that adverse childhood experiences...
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Research shows promising results using neurotechnological approaches to treat youth depression

1 day ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

New research shows promising results using neurotechnological approaches to treat depression in youth. The research, led by Simon Fraser University professor Faranak Farzan, is...
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Strong Two-Way Link Between Epilepsy and Depression

1 day ago   |   Medscape

The increased risk of depression following epilepsy, and vice versa, is sustained over a much longer period than previously shown. Medscape Medical News
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Poverty linked to externalizing problems in early adolescence

Poverty linked to externalizing problems in early adolescence

2 days ago   |   Healio

Childhood poverty was associated with increases in externalizing problems, but not internalizing, over time in early adolescence, researchers reported in JAMA Network...
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Advances in Handling Treatment-Resistant Depression

Advances in Handling Treatment-Resistant Depression

2 days ago   |   Web MD

An expert in treatment-resistant depression shares successful treatment strategies doctors can try to help with TRD.
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Study reveals key details of how DREADD technology highjacks neuronal activity

2 days ago   |   News Medical

Understanding of how neuronal activity modulates brain function is a key first step towards creating more effective drugs to treat a variety of neuropsychiatric illnesses...
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NY state health commissioner resigning to return to Harvard

New York's state health commissioner will resign Jan. 1 after 13 months in the job to return to Harvard University's T Read more ...

Community-Based Asymptomatic COVID Testing; Particulate Matter in Lungs

Community-Based Asymptomatic COVID Testing; Particulate Matter in Lungs

TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, and Rick Lange, MD, president... Read more ...

Opera and other art should confront controversial issues

In response to the call to action to fix the “rape problem” in opera by denuding the productions of all that is likely to cause harm, let's cleanse art of all beastliness. Read more ...

Charlotte Rampling: ‘You have to do rather nasty things to get on, don't you?'

The film legend discusses the MeToo movement, why she's against plastic surgery and the ménage à trois that scandalised 1970s Britain. Read more ...

Don't believe the myth it's more difficult to satisfy women

Orgasms are a lot like oxygen - no big deal unless you're not getting any. And yet the female orgasm remains more of a mystery than the continued career success of Donald Trump. Read more ...

Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal

Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal

Savory Steel Cut Oats for breakfast is loaded with protein and provides a good dose of fiber, which will keep you feeling satisfied longer. Savory Steel Cut Oats If you never... Read more ...

‘We changed everything': How 56 schools transformed their teaching and...

Fours years ago, stagnating academic outcomes prompted a classroom revolution in this cluster of NSW schools. Read more ...

Alan Carr: ‘The whole gay scene scares me'

The comedian opens up about being an old soul, coming out in the '80s, and his insecurities around dating. Read more ...

Are we really prepared to lose this natural wonder?

Like so many others, I thought we had more time to save the Great Barrier Reef. I was wrong. Read more ...

The fashion photographer whose style is still ‘a work in progress'

“Earlier this year I realised I didn't have a great relationship with clothes. How clothes fit my body was linked to my sense of self-worth.” Read more ...