New study provides insight into physician moral distress
In a new study, researchers from Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University Health provide insight into physician moral distress, a...
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Top stories in psychiatry: Role of hopelessness overestimated in suicidal ideation, ‘effortful behavior' predicts depression relapse
Study findings published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry suggest that the severity of depressive symptoms may be more accurate in predicting suicidal ideation than...
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TMS shows promise in treating broader range of neurological conditions
Transcranial magnetic stimulatio has shown significant efficacy in treating major depressive and obsessive compulsive disorders.
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Palm fruit ingredient cuts diabetes, shows cognitive, gut benefits in rat model
A palm fruit ingredient sourced from Mexico depressed the rate of Type 2 diabetes and showed interesting cognitive and gut microbiome effects in a recent rat study, the...
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Hunting for Perfect Selfies can Lead to Body Shame, Appearance Anxiety and Depression in Teen Girls
Teenage girls who spend too much time in using selfie eding apps and hunting for a perfect selfie to post on social media may feel more body shame, appearance anxiety and...
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Magic Mushroom Drug Lowers Anxiety in Cancer Patients
Mushroom compound produced immediate, substantial, and sustained improvements in anxiety and depression and led to decreases in cancer-related demoralization and hopelessness...
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Anti-Bullying Laws and Suicidal Behaviors among Teenagers - by Daniel I. Rees, Joseph J. Sabia, Gokhan Kumpas
The CDC reports that the association between bullying and suicides among teenagers has generated “concern, even panic,” but polices aimed at combatting bullying have received...
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Spravato Debate Still Rages
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The Association of Adverse Childhood Experiences with Anxiety and Depression for Children and Youth, 8 to 17 Years of Age
To determine the prevalence of anxiety and depression and examine their association with adverse childhood experiences among children and adolescents ages 8-17 years old.
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Mental Health Issues Four Times Higher in Young Mothers
Two out of three young mothers have at least one mental health problem, including depression, a range of anxiety disorders, and hyperactivity than mothers aged 21 or older...
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World Health Organization chief is a Chinese puppet, STILL claiming there is...
One of the reasons why so many Americans have so little faith and trust in the United Nations and its various allied organizations is because they have so consistently worked...
Celebrities are beating cancer and avoiding opioids for pain relief by...
For many years, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation were promoted as the only effective options in the treatment of cancer. In recent years, however, an increasing number of...
Artificial Intelligence Can Predict Worsening of Heart Failure Before...
An AI-based sensor can predict the worsening of heart failure days before hospitalization by instantly alerting doctors so that early treatment can be given. This could reduce...
Parents of Food-allergic Kids Advised Not To Pass Their Anxiety Down To Kids
Difficulties faced by parents of children with food allergies of not transferring their own anxieties to their children were briefly discussed by a group of allergists.
Tuberculosis Infection Activated Through New Cancer Treatment
Novel inhibitor treatments for cancer can activate tuberculosis in some patients, according to researchers.
Say Cheers: Gulping Down Half a Pint of Beer can Help You Live Longer
Want to live longer? Drinking just half a pint of beer every day can add more years to year life, suggests a new study.
New Technology Takes Radiation Out of Cancer Screening
Novel technology uses harmless microwaves and artificial intelligence software to detect even small, early-stage tumors within minutes, reports a new study.
Stress Could Make You More Inclined to Help Others
Stress, too, comes with a positive effect! Stress has a justifiably bad credit for making people feel crummy. But new research suggests that despite its adverse side effects...
Simple Blood Test Could Help Identify Heart Disease Risk
Simple blood test could be used to help identify cardiovascular aging and the risk of heart disease. This could ultimately cut down the number of heart disease deaths.
How the Urban Environment Affects the Diet of Its Citizens: Study
New study explores how unhealthy food environments can influence the population's eating behavior.