Depression

Christopher Eccleston Says He Struggled With An Eating Disorder While Filming Doctor Who

Actor Christopher Eccleston, who played the Ninth Doctor in the long-running British sci-fi series Doctor Who, struggled with anorexia, body dysmorphia, and depression for much of his life, according to his forthcoming autobiography, I Love the...
Related topics: Anorexia, Autobiographies, Biographies

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Hysterectomy Tied To Depression, Anxiety

TUESDAY, Sept. 17, 2019 -- Having a hysterectomy can be a traumatic experience, and new research now shows it may also increase the long-term risk for depression and anxiety. "Our study shows that removing the uterus may have more effect on...
Related topics: Anxiety, Medical Research

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Feeling Depressed? Mahjong Might Be The Answer

When it comes to boosting mental health among older Chinese, it might be as simple as a game of mahjong, according to a new study.
Related topics: Medical Research

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The Scientific Underpinnings And Impacts Of Shame

People who feel shame readily are at risk for depression and anxiety disorders -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Related topics: Anxiety

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Medical News Today: Hearing Aids Lower The Chance Of Dementia, Depression, And Falling

A recent study concludes that wearing hearing aids is associated with later onset of dementia and a reduced risk of anxiety, depression, and falls.
Related topics: Dementia, Medical Research, Anxiety

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The Trump Depression: Experts See A Serious Psychological Depression Taking Hold In America

Reviewing “Trump’s Wacky, Angry, and Extreme August” on Twitter, the New Yorker’s Susan Glasser said the experience “was exhausting, a dark journey to a nasty and contentious place.” But that’s hardly news: it’s a place we live in...
Related topics: Psychology, Social Media

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Morning Break: Vape Illness Recount; Fentanyl For Executions; Hair-raising Depression

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Suicide Of Prominent Pastor Jarrid Wilson Forces Church Leaders To Confront Mental Health

Church leaders are trying to figure out how to help believers struggling with depression and anxiety.       
Related topics: Religion, Anxiety

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Lake Bell Opens Up About Her Depression Following Son’s Home Birth

In July, Lake Bell visited her Bless This Mess costar Dax Shepard’s podcast, Armchair Expert. She talked about the homebirths of her two children, Nova, four, and Ozgood, two. Both of her children were born with the umbilical cord wrapped...
Related topics: Podcasts, Umbilical Cord

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Untreated Hearing Loss Linked To Loneliness And Isolation For Seniors

Hearing loss often happens gradually and earlier than expected. Getting hearing aids can help stave off side effects like depression and even early death.(Image credit: Leren Lu/Getty Images)

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Letters To The Editor: Antidepressants Can Cause Dependence, Not Addiction. There's A Difference

An L.A. Times' columnist's attempt to rectify his mistake on antidepressant use did not do enough to distinguish between addiction and dependence.
Related topics: Antidepressants

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When Postpartum Depression Stole My Husband

We know how mothers can be affected, but what happens to fathers before and after childbirth is not so well recognized.

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Aaron Carter Diagnosed With Personality Disorder, Schizophrenia

Child pop star Aaron Carter opened up about his extensive mental health issues in a new interview on The Doctors. According to the 31-year-old singer, he’s been diagnosed with personality disorder, schizophrenia, manic depression, and acute...
Related topics: Schizophrenia, Anxiety

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Increasing Number Of Adolescents Receive Depression Diagnosis

The proportion of young people in Finland diagnosed with depression in specialized services is increasing, showed a study based on an extensive set of national data. An increasing number of adolescents seek and get help, but the increase in service...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Study: Teens Not In Romantic Relationships 'significantly' Less Depressed Than Peers Who Date

Teenagers who aren't in romantic relationships are "significantly" less depressed than their peers who are dating, a new study has concluded.The study — titled, "Social Misfit or Normal Development? Students Who Do Not Date" and published last...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Medical News Today: How Do Antidepressants Affect Gut Bacteria?

According to recent research in rodents, psychiatric drugs such as antidepressants increase the numbers of certain bacterial strains and decrease others.
Related topics: Antidepressants, Bacteria, Medical Research

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Medical News Today: External Stimuli May Affect How Well Antidepressants Work

Experiments in mouse models of depression suggest an intriguing possibility — that exposure to certain stimuli could change how well antidepressants work.
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#bigphrama: 'we Have Become Dependent On Drug Companies Rather Than Science' - Prof.

One in four adults in England are taking medicines for pain, depression or insomnia. These figures follow ongoing fears that Britain is walking into an opioid crisis similar to the ongoing situation in the US. Professor of Clinical Psychology at the...
Related topics: Insomnia, Psychology

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Esketamine Nasal Spray Eases Depression Symptoms In Suicidal Patients

Spravato, a nasal spray of the anesthetic ketamine, has been shown to help people with major depression. Now studies show it can relieve depressive symptoms in people actively considering suicide.(Image credit: Yaorusheng/Getty Images)

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Nurturing Childhood Boosts Odds Of A Happy Adult Life: Study

MONDAY, Sept. 9, 2019 -- Kids who grow up confident that their parents, friends and community have their back are far less likely to struggle with depression or other serious mental health issues as adults, new research indicates. The survey of...
Related topics: Medical Research, Polls

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