Mental Health

Obesity could raise diabetes risk in people with PTSD

Obesity could raise diabetes risk in people with PTSD

In a recent study, researchers from Saint Louis University find that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) does not directly lead to type 2 diabetes, instead...
Why high-fiber food could protect us from depression and anxiety

Why high-fiber food could protect us from depression and anxiety

In a new study, a team of Ireland researchers finds that eating high fiber foods may reduce the effects of stress on our gut...
Depression and bipolar disorder linked to the body clock

Depression and bipolar disorder linked to body clock

In a new study, researchers from the University of Glasgow find that genetically, the body clock, or circadian rhythms, are linked to mood disorders...
Why people in service industry have more mental problems

Why people in service industry may have more mental problems

In a recent study, researchers from Oregon Health & Science University find that service workers who rely on tips are at greater risk for...
Exercise may improve mental health, but more could be less

Exercise may improve mental health, but more could be less

In a recent study, researchers find that people who exercise report having 1.5 fewer days of poor mental health a month, compared to people...
Loneliness linked to Alzheimer’s disease

Loneliness linked to Alzheimer’s disease

In a recent study, researchers find that self-reported loneliness is linked to preclinical Alzheimer’s disease. People who reported that they felt lonely had higher cortical...
How stopping exercise can harm your mental health

How stopping exercise can harm your mental health

Stopping exercise can make people experience depression, according to a recent study from the University of Adelaide, Australia The team has reviewed the results of...
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Can your kid stay anxiety-free after treatment?

For the many young people, anxiety disorders are chronic, even after a successful course of treatment, according to a recent study. The study is published...
Can anxiety increase high blood pressure risk?

Can anxiety increase high blood pressure risk?

In a recent study, researchers find that sympathetic nerve activity in skeletal muscle blood vessels increases during body and mental stress in people with...
Mind-body therapy may help beat anxiety in teens

Mind-body therapy may help beat anxiety in teens

In a new study from Columbia University, researchers find that mind-body therapy can provide an effective method to help treat the very common problem...

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