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Negative Body Image Increases Risk Of Obesity For Teens Than Depression: Study

May 12, 2016 AM EDT To think that personal body is overweight or the body seem to be unlikeable than what people would like it to be, indicates obesity a new study suggests. The study by the University of Texas Health ...

Mental Health Care: Anxiety, Depression Costs $1 Trillion Yearly, WHO Study Says

Apr 16, 2016 AM EDT A new World Health Organization study says that better mental health care services is better for the economy.

Cambridge Researchers Find No Link between Physical Activity and Depression, Study

Oct 14, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the University of Cambridge have found no evidence linking physical activity and development of depressive symptoms in adolescence.

Weight Loss Surgery Less Likely To Treat Depression among Obese and Overweight Patients, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT Bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery does not necessarily alleviate depression in obese or overweight people, according to a Yale University study.

Social Activities Can Help Alleviate Depression, Study

Aug 30, 2014 AM EDT Group bonding can help lower effects of depression, according to a University of Queensland study.

Combination of Cognitive Therapy and Drugs Effectively Treats Severe Non-Chronic Depression, Study

Aug 25, 2014 AM EDT A combination of cognitive therapy and anti-depressant medicine can effectively treat patients suffering from severe non-chronic depression, according to a Vanderbilt University study.

Poor Sleep Increases Suicide Risk in Older Adults, Study

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT Older adults suffering from sleep deprivation are more likely to commit suicide than those with good night's sleep, according to a new study by the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Stress, Hostility and Depression Increase Stroke Risk in Older Adults, Study

Jul 12, 2014 AM EDT Stress, hostility and depression increase the risk of stroke or transient ischemic attack in middle-aged and older adults, according to a University of Minnesota study.

Team Sports Help Lower Stress and Depression among Teens, Study

Jul 08, 2014 AM EDT Team sports help adolescents to feel less stressed and have better mental health as young adults, according to a University of Toronto study.

Researchers Discover Brain Region Responsible For Hangovers

Jul 01, 2014 AM EDT University of Utah researchers have discovered the area of the brain responsible for hangovers.

Young Women with Depression are at an Increased Risk of Suffering from Heart Problems, Study

Jun 19, 2014 AM EDT Young and middle-aged depressed women are twice more likely to suffer from heart attacks or premature deaths as compared to those who are not sad, according to an Emory University study.

Anaesthetic Drug May Be Effective In Treating Suicide and Depression, Study

Jun 14, 2014 AM EDT Ketamine, a drug traditionally used as an anaesthetic, could be used to avert suicide and treat depression, according to a study at the University of New South Wales.

Michigan Researchers Design App for Early Intervention in Bipolar Disorder

May 14, 2014 AM EDT Bipolar disorder affecting tens of millions of people worldwide is characterised with alternative manic and depression episodes.

Getting Too Much or Too Little Sleep Causes Major Depression in Teens

Feb 03, 2014 AM EST Getting the right amount of sleep is found to keep depression and its symptoms at bay, according to American Academy of Sleep Medicine study. Researchers said that sub-optimal sleep or too much sleep ...

Animal Interactions Help Young Adults Develop Confidence and Better Social Skills, Study

Feb 01, 2014 AM EST Young adults who are extremely fond of animals are more likely to have positive traits, and enhanced social relationships and association with their communities, according to a Tufts University study. ...

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