Beat depression without drugs: These are the best supplements and activities that work faster and better than prescription medicine
If you're depressed, you might be wary of taking antidepressants. Antidepressant use is incredibly common, with roughly one out of every 10 adults taking these drugs, but...
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Study links vitamin D-deficient older adults with greater risk of developing depression
A new study has shown for the first time in Ireland that a deficiency in vitamin D was associated with a substantial increased risk of depression over a four-year follow up...
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Study confirms the clinical use of saffron in treating anxiety and depression
Many people battle with depression and anxiety. However, drugs used to treat these conditions cause serious side effects. Because of this, a team of researchers from China...
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These Comics Shed Light On The 'Scary Thoughts' That Can Come With Motherhood
The book "Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts" tackles postpartum depression and anxiety, guilt and more.
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Researchers say that gastrodin, a constituent of Oriental herbal medicine, can treat PTSD-related depression
Gastrodin is one of the main constituents of Oriental herbal medicine and has been previously shown to effectively treat various mood disorders. A study published in the...
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Tryptophan is necessary for better mental health
Your brain relies on serotonin for some of its most important mental functions. An article in Be Brain Fit stated that this important neurotransmitter is synthesized from...
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Losing A Parent Affects Us Forever - No Matter How Old We Are
Studies show losing a parent has a lifelong, permanent psychological effect on humans of all ages The trauma of losing a parent has a profound effect on us all, no matter how...
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Can Food Improve Your Mental Health?
Can food improve your mental health? From foods that support gut health to reduce anxiety, depression, and overall foods for mental health. With the holiday season, which can...
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Social Media Just Isn't a Healthy Place For Me, So I'm Leaving It Behind in 2019
"I feel so much better about myself!" said no one ever after surfing through social media posts. Instead, carefully curated photos of friends, neighbors, acquaintances, and...
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Vitamin D Deficiency May Increase Depression Risk in Older Adults
Vitamin D deficiency: Vitamin D-deficient older adults are more likely to suffer depression, reveals a new study.
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Women with Positive HPV but No Cell Abnormalities have High Cervical Cancer Risk
There is an increased cervical cancer risk in women whose cervical cells are tested positive for HPV but shows no signs of cellular abnormalities.
First Nations Children Experience More Pain than their Counterparts
First Nations children and youth are experiencing more pain and less access to specialist and mental health services than non-First Nations children.
New Breast Cancer Screening Guideline Emphasizes Shared Decision-making...
Newly updated guideline on breast cancer screening highlights shared decision-making between women and their doctors, reveals a new study.
Brain Activation for Social Isolation Caused by Opioids
Activating a region in the brain called insula could reduce the urge for social isolation caused by opioids by making social interactions more rewarding
Cancer Can be Detected within 10-minutes: Here's How
Fastest cancer test: A simple, inexpensive test may help detect cancer more accurately in just 10-minutes, reveals a new study.
Telengana Man Underwent Heart Transplantation Surgery
Century Hospitals has given a new lease of life to a young man by transplanting a donor heart in the patient's body with support of Jeevandhan network.
Novel Muscle Reading Device Can Help Make Smart Clothes
Novel device can read human muscle's electrical activity and convert them into signals to aid in creating smart clothes.
Can Pre-Fatiguing a Muscle Help It Grow?
What is pre-fatiguing a muscle and can it boost muscle hypertrophy more than traditional training? We all want to maximize our training & get the most out of the time we spend...
5 Pre-Health Conditions Are a Warning Sign that You Need to Take Action
There's an epidemic of pre-diseases out there and we're not catching them early enough. These are health problems that portend future health problems. Some can actually damage...
Excess Belly Fat Puts People at High Risk of Heart Diseases
Almost two-third of people who are at high risk of developing heart disease and stroke have excessive belly fat, reveals a survey.