Researchers are revealing more ways smartphones are disrupting the lives of college students. While these devices are important for keeping people connected with friends and family, a new study has linked frequent cell phone use to anxiety, lower grades and reduced happiness in students.
Researchers treated autistic mice with probiotic therapy and discovered improved behaviors in the mice.
Many things can put people in bad moods. However, new research reveals that repeated exposure to a negative event can diminish its effect on mood.
Researchers reported that patients are greatly influenced by clinicians' beliefs and attitudes regarding lower back pain.
Calm individuals perform better on standardized tests during the job interviewing process according to a new study.
Psychologists believe there is a difference between being depressed and being “almost depressed” and having anxiety or being “almost anxious.”
In a small clinical trial, researchers found that gabapentin was effective in treating alcohol dependence.
Anxiety disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder can develop after an overly stressful experience. Exposure therapy is a common treatment for those who suffer from an anxiety disorder because the patient tries to overcome their dear in a safe environment.
Pain in infancy due to premature birth treatments may increase an infant’s chance of developing anxiety later on in life according to a new study.
Anxiety and adjustment disorders are prevalent in new parents and they are more common than post-natal depression according to a new study.
Researchers found that parents with anxiety disorders who receive treatment can reduce anxiety problems for their children.
Cognitive behavior therapy may be more effective than basic care in cases of procedures for those who suffer from health anxiety, according to a new study.
Traumatic life events are the biggest cause of anxiety and depression, according to a new study.
Man’s level of anxiety about his penis size does not correlate anyways to how his genitals actually measure up, a new study reveals.
Maltreated persons are more prone to depression, anxiety and substance abuse disorders than those who are not maltreated during childhood, says a review based on the examination of a literature, exploring the risk factors of these disorders.