Mental Health

Your responses to daily stress could strongly affect your brain health

In a new study, researchers found that taking typical daily annoyances such as a long wait at the doctor's office or a traffic jam...

This anti-seizure drug could strongly reduce symptoms in depression

In a recent study, researchers from Mount Sinai found that patients with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) could strongly reduce depressive symptoms after being treated...

These 4 things could predict your depression risk

In a new study, researchers found that behavioral risk factors including smoking, obesity, limited physical activity and a less healthy diet strongly predict the...

Scientists discover how inflammation linked to depression treatment resistance

In a recent study, researchers at Emory University found that depressed patients who did not respond to antidepressants showed more inflammation. The finding shows that...
Over-the-counter magnesium could help treat depression

Over-the-counter magnesium could help treat depression

Treat depression can be a heavy burden for patients. The traditional treatment with a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) not only is expensive but also...

Depression and anxiety may increase risk of heart attack and stroke

In a recent study, researchers find that people ages 45 or older who experience depression and anxiety may have a higher risk of cardiovascular...

Nicotine patch could help treat depression

In a new study, researchers from Vanderbilt University find that transdermal nicotine (nicotine patch) could help treat late-life depression in nonsmokers. Late-life depression is depression...

Your psychological well-being plays a key role in heart health

In a new study, researchers find that maintaining positive thoughts and feelings can help people achieve better cardiovascular health. The research focuses on whether psychological...

Prostate problems linked to depression and sleep disorders

In a new study, researchers find that men who suffer from urological problems such as erectile dysfunction, urinary tract and bladder problems or infertility...
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...