New Insights On the Psychological Challenges of Health Care Workers
Caregivers of patients at home who survived a prolonged critical illness may experience an increased rates of depression finds a new study.
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Do patterns of nutrient intake predict self-reported anxiety, depression and psychological distress in adults? SEPAHAN study
Despite the growing evidence about dietary patterns, this study aimed at the association between patterns of nutrients intake and psychological disorders.
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Longitudinal relationships among depressive symptoms, cortisol, and brain atrophy in the neocortex and the hippocampus
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica
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Anti-depressants: Major study finds they work
Scientists hail "good news for patients" as analysis finds 21 drugs reduce symptoms of depression.
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All Antidepressants Better than Placebo for Major Depression
But some appear better than others in meta-analysis
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These Antidepressants Are Most Effective, Study Says
Millions of people take antidepressants for depression. But there's long been debate over just how effective the medications actually are. On Wednesday, a large new study...
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Depression linked to reduced arginine levels
People suffering from major depressive disorder, MDD, have reduced arginine levels, a new study shows.
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Gina Rodriguez Explains How Hashimoto's Disease Has Become "the Curse of a Lifetime"
The first thing that comes to mind when we think of Gina Rodriguez is her electrifying smile that just never seems to go away. It's hard to believe that behind that smile, the...
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People with major depressive disorder have reduced arginine levels, study shows
People suffering from major depressive disorder, MDD, have reduced arginine levels, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. Arginine is an amino acid which...
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Social Stigma Can Result in Depression in Multiple Sclerosis
Social stigma the increases risk of depression for people with multiple sclerosis. Longitudinal study finds that stigma is likely to be a cause of depression.
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There's no such thing as ‘brand loyalty' or ‘store loyalty' for Americans when it comes to groceries. The findings of a St. Louis-based research team suggested we're willing to...
FAKE SCIENCE: New JAMA study falsely claims no benefit for heart disease...
When a natural cure starts to gain a lot of attention for its efficacy in treating a particular ailment, those who profit from the conventional medical treatments do their best...
Low carb versus low fat diets equally effective says study
Reducing carbs or fat has a similar effect on weight loss according to a new study in JAMA.
Green light for nasal flu spray next year after 2-year ban
A CDC advisory panel voted that the the nasal spray flu vaccine will be recommended for children and adults next season, suggesting that its manufacturer has improved it for H1N1.
3 Words You Need to Stop Using to Get Happy and Feel Healthy
We believe that getting healthy starts with getting your mind right, honing in on self-care, and eliminating stress so that the sleep, diet, and exercise can fall into place...
Team USA Olympic Winners Got a Raise This Year, but Their Paychecks May...
How much is gold worth? If it comes in the form of an Olympic medal at the Winter or Summer Games , you might be surprised to learn that the answer is not that much. Knowing...
How can health planning help Northeast Ohio? Watch live at the City Club of...
Health care can cause disparities in life expectancy between communities. How can planning and outreach help that? Local officials will discuss live at 12:30 p.m. at the City Club.
4 Simple Ways to Turn Your Living Room Into a Killer at-Home Gym
If affording a gym membership feels financially out of reach, it's still possible to nail your HIIT-style workouts and get results in the comfort of your very own home - for...
Low-carb diets aren't better than low-fat for weight loss
Researchers at Stanford University found low-fat diets and low-carb diets are equally effective when it comes to weight loss. The findings were published today in JAMA.
Go for a brisk walk every day to protect your brain
Aerobic exercise, such as taking a brisk walk, each day can help protect the brain from cognitive decline, according to a recent study. In the U.S., approximately 50 million...