Study: Contraceptive Pills May Increase Risk of Depression
There might be an effect of taking in contraceptive pills in the risk of depression.
Research Study: Could Internet Addiction Be An Effect Of Mental Health Problems?
McMaster University of Canada conducted a research to find out if internet addiction could be a red flag for mental health problems.
Depression And Anxiety Treated Through Smartphone Counseling On MSU Campus
College students could turn to their smartphones for depression and anxiety.
Social Media Pressure Among Teenagers May Cause Anxiety, Research Says
Study finds that extreme social media presence and exposure potentially influences the teen's later-life depression risk.
Heart failure speeds up male menopause
Heart failure may speed up aging and bring on early andropausal syndrome (AS), a study suggests.
Anxiety Disorders Cured Naturally? Australian Clinical Study Finds Success In Kava Plant
Physicians at the University of Melbourne believe that a daily dose of the Kava plant could help patients combat anxiety. The plant does not feature any of the harmful side effects of many major anxiety drugs and can be taken in pill, baked or liquid form.
DSM 5 Released: Can Psychiatry's New Bible Be Trusted?
As usual, some have problems with the latest revision of the definitive psychiatric reference guide, the DSM-5.
Mental Disorders In Children Rising
New study suggests that the occurrence of mental disorders is increasing among children
Woof! Petting Your Dog May Slash Risk Of Heart Disease
Want a healthier heart? Consider getting a pet.
Depression, Negative Thoughts Can Be Contagious, Study Says
Being surrounded by gloomy people can make you prone to becoming depressed yourself.
Stress Management Tips To Re-energize, Take Control Of Your Life
Stress management is critical for mental and physical well-being, helping others, exercising with others and yoga can help relieve stress and anxiety.
Depression: New Study On Why You Have It, How To Fix It
A new study by researchers at University of Maryland School of Medicine may prove everything wrong that we currently know about depression and how we treat it.
Obesity In Children: Twitter Chat Takes On Secret Health Crisis
Experts congregated via Twitter to discuss a hot topic that rarely gets discussed these days despite being a major problem: childhood obesity. See the highlights of the chat here.
Seniors Who Play Video Games Are Happier, Healthier
Researchers at North Carolina State University have released a new study revealing that elderly persons who play video games have a healthier emotional life than those who don't.