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Identifying the Culprits of Low Energy

Everyone feels devitalized sometimes. Some people experience persistent feelings of feeling sluggish, heavy, or fatigued in both body and mind. This can prevent them...

Combatting Mental Health Issues in the Pool

Let's face it: Life is tough. It seems that no matter what you do, life has a way of throwing us a curve ball...

Mental health: the dangers of the social media diagnosis

Shutterstock/AntonioGuillem Kim Heyes, Manchester Metropolitan University Even Facebook agrees that social media can be bad for your mental health. And research by the Department of Education...

Is social media to blame for the worsening mental health of...

Kaponia Aliaksei/Shutterstock Pam Ramsden, University of Bradford New research by the Department of Education has found that the mental well-being of teenage girls in the UK...

Why nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment

Shutterstock Joyce Cavaye, The Open University A lack of essential nutrients is known to contribute to the onset of poor mental health in people suffering from...

People with depression use language differently – here’s how to spot...

Kurt Cobain’s song lyrics were loved by many. Maia Valenzuela/Flickr, CC BY-SA Mohammed Al-Mosaiwi, University of Reading From the way you move and sleep, to how...

Less Big Pharma, More Little Farmer? Dr. Drew Ramsey Explains How...

  Psychiatrist Dr. Drew Ramsey, the guy who brought the world incredible catchphrases like “You can’t fail with kale” and “Some people are big pharma...

How an Algorithm Learned to Identify Depressed Individuals by Studying Their...

Your mental health is reflected in the images you choose to post on social media, say researchers who have trained a machine to spot...

Scientists Discover Brain Circuits Attached to Mood, and How to Hack...

A group of happy women.   Imagine being happy all the time. A devastating divorce, no problem? The boss dumping work on you, without compensation? No...

During Romantic Love, Your Brain Acts Obsessed, Depressed, and Stressed

What can scientists know about love by looking at your brain? Quite a lot, says psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz. When individuals recall experiencing different...



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