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If you worry about COVID-19 too much, then your cognition will suffer

The COVID-19 pandemic has tested our psychological limits. Some have been more affected than others by the stress of potential illness and the confusion of...

Scientists find a new way to accurately detect signs of anxiety

In a new study from Simon Fraser University, researchers found using artificial intelligence (AI) could detect behavioral signs of anxiety with more than 90%...

People with mental illnesses have higher risk of type 2 diabetes

In a new study from the University of Southern Denmark, researchers found that the prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) is elevated in people...

Older women more likely to have depression than men

Depression affects up to one in four people but is often associated with young adults in the public consciousness. In a new study from Simon...

Top 10 tips to manage holiday stress with cancer

If you’re undergoing cancer treatment, caring for a family member or friend who has cancer, or grieving the loss of a loved one who...

Simple mental health tips for this winter

Fall and winter can be challenging for many from a mental health perspective, and for the second year in a row, the holiday season...

Treating sleep loss may prevent depression in older people

In a new study from UCLA Health, researchers found that cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT-I) prevented major depression, decreasing the likelihood of depression by over 50%...

Pandemic depression persists in older people

In a new study from McMaster University, researchers found the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the mental health of older people...

People with these mental problems less likely to get COVID-19

In a new study from the University of Texas, researchers found people with psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia and mood disorders, are less likely to...

Social media linked to higher depression risk, study finds

In a new study from Massachusetts General Hospital, researchers found links between the use of social media and depression. On one hand, social media is a way...