Depression Tied to Double the Risk for Lupus in Women
A new study adds to the growing evidence that depression may be a causal risk factor for autoimmune disease. Medscape Medical News
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Benefit and harm of new screening program for depression still remain unclear
Almost 12% of all adults in Germany are diagnosed with depression at some point in their lives. The German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care investigated...
4 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Why depression pills could be fuelling the rise of superbugs
Research suggests that an ingredient in the commonly prescribed antidepressant fluoxetine - or Prozac - causes a mutation in some bacteria, making them resistant to antibiotics.
5 hours ago - Daily Mail
25 Things People Said That Were Actually Code For 'I'm Depressed'
“25 Things People Said That Were Actually Code for 'I'm Depressed'” was originally published on The Mighty. By Haley Quinn
9 hours ago - The Huffington Post
Are Two Bads Better Than One? A Model of Sensory Limitations - by Lars J. Lefgren, Olga B. Stoddard, John E. Stovall
We present a theoretical framework which explains the optimizing behavior of individuals who are exposed to many latent stimuli but prone to experience only the most salient...
12 hours ago - National Bureau of Economic Research
The Jordan Peterson Diet: How Eating Meat Keeps the Doctor Away
Jordan Peterson is a Canadian psychologist, author, railer against political correctness, made famous by sharing videos on YouTube offering everything from Biblical...
1 day ago - Calorielab
Mystery of Gut-brain Connection Decoded
A surprising array of conditions, from appetite disorders and obesity to arthritis and depression, may get their start in the gut.
2 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Brain Region for Stress Control is Larger in People With Depressive Disorder
In people with affective disorders namely depression and bipolar disorder the left hypothalamus was on average five per cent larger than that of their healthy counterparts.
2 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Major Depressive Disorder Screening Remains Low Even Among Privately Insured Adolescents
To determine if screening for major depressive disorder increased in a national sample of privately insured adolescents following the US Preventive Services Task Force 2009...
3 days ago - The Journal of Pediatrics
Evaluation of an Intensive Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment Based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Adolescents With Chronic Pain and Their Parents: A Nonrandomized Clinical Trial
AbstractObjectiveParental factors are central in the development and maintenance of chronic pain in youths. Only a handful of studies have investigated the impact of...
3 days ago - Journal of Pediatric Psychology - 2 articles
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'Perfect storm' for Ebola: WHO warns violence and political unrest will...
Armed opposition attacks in North Kivu province, which has been hit by the outbreak, have risen in recent weeks. The WHO has even been forced to evacuate the town of Beni due...
Novel Mental Imagery Technique May Help Boost Weight Loss by Up to Five Times
New mental imagery technique called Functional Imagery Training may help overweight people lose an average of five times more weight.
Why doesn't it get dark when you blink?
The medial prefrontal cortex remembers what we've just seen and overlays the image onto the dark patches seen during blinks to create a continual image.
Exercise Linked to Delayed Cognitive Decline in People with Rare Alzheimer's...
Exercise can delay cognitive decline in people with rare Alzheimer's disease, finds a new study.
Fall Prevention Plan Can Help Reduce Fall Risk in Older People
Older people are at higher risk for falls. Fall plan of care can help reduce fall risk and fall-related hospitalizations.
New York becomes the first state to launch mandatory mental health classes
Thanks to a new law, all elementary, middle, and high school students in New York state will be required to learn about mental health in traditional physical education and...
Women with Lung Cancers More Likely to Live Longer Than Men
Women diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancers live longer than men, reveals a new study.
Pilot study sheds light on curcumin's potential influence on gut microbiota
Results from a new clinical trial suggests that curcuminoids found in turmeric modulate the composition and population of gut bacteria, potentially offering health benefits to...
Invasive Lung Cancer Surgery can Lead to Long-term Opioid Use
New study shows how pain management after surgery might be a contributing factor to the opioid addiction crisis.
Lung Inflammation from Childhood Asthma Linked to Later Anxiety
Persistent lung inflammation from childhood asthma is associated with a high risk of anxiety later in life.