A new path for treating depression

July 11, 2017 admin 0

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about major depressive disorder (MDD). Some think that depressed people merely need a change of heart, choosing […]

Can magnesium help depression – or is it just a placebo?

July 3, 2017 admin 0

“Over-the-counter magnesium tablets significantly improve depression in just two weeks, new research reveals,” the Mail Online reports. A small study found that people taking the […]

8 Questions Therapists Ask To Diagnose Bipolar Disorder

June 23, 2017 admin 0

Bipolar disorder is already confusing for those who suffer from it. The disease has no boundaries, affecting all spheres of a patient’s life—home, work, social, […]

There’s More Proof That Ketamine Works for Depression

June 22, 2017 admin 0

For decades, scientists have searched for a new type of antidepressant, one that works differently from the 20-plus drugs already on the market. Finding a […]

Depression May Influence Progression of Crohn’s Disease, Study Finds

June 13, 2017 admin 0

Depression May Influence Progression of Crohn’s Disease, Study Finds Depression is a psychological condition that is twice as prevalent in patients with inflammatory bowel disease […]

Eight surprising health benefits of coffee

June 6, 2017 admin 0

Good news for coffee drinkers! Research has shown that drinking coffee can have a number of health benefits, from helping to burn fat to warding against […]

Ketamine could help thousands with severe depression, doctors say

June 5, 2017 admin 0

Psychiatrists hail benefits of ‘transformational’ drug, and call for more trials to explore its potential Thousands of people with severe depression could obtain urgent relief […]

Volunteers from 1950s study line up for depression research

June 4, 2017 admin 0

Children born in the 1950s were involved in the original study Hundreds of people who grew up in the 1950s could hold the key to […]

These 7 Things May Trigger Bipolar Disorder

May 29, 2017 admin 0

Bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic-depressive disorder, can be thought of like being on a mental and emotional rollercoaster that you can’t get off of. […]