Children who experience language difficulties may continue to develop emotional and behavioral problems in adulthood according to a new study.
Researchers said Internet chatrooms and other online resources may be both good and bad influences for teenagers when it comes to self-harm and suicidal thoughts among depressed young people.
A fast-acting antidepressant recently discovered by scientists could play an important part in changing therapy for patients with depression 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.
Moderate exercise may prevent you from falling into a depression in the long term according to a new review.
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.
Social rejection may be comforted by natural painkillers in the brain according to a recent study.
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.
A new study by a team of researchers from Yale University claims that major depression and stress can cause loss of brain volume, which contributes to emotional and cognitive impairment. According to the scientists, the reason behind the same is apparently a single genetic switch which triggers loss of brain connections in humans and depression in animal models. The loss of the brain volume takes place in the prefrontal cortex.
Researchers from the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center have concluded that symptoms of depression are linked to shorter survival times among cancer patients.
A new study has suggested that exercise may be beneficial to people with heart failure who are also depressed.
Researchers from University of Warwick have revealed that about 150 million adults across the developing world are suffering from sleep-related problems.
Nearly two million Americans have celiac disease and according to a new survey by researchers at the Mayo Clinic, around 1.4 million of them don't know they have it.
A latest study reveals that people with poor mental health are at higher risk of encountering an early death. The study in UK states that a quarter of adults are at risk even if their problems are mild. It further says that people with depression or other major mental health problems are more prone to lower life expectancy. British researchers have found that those who have 'sub-clinical' anxiety or depression had 20 per cent higher chances of dying over a decade than those who did not, ...
Researchers have revealed that childhood obesity could be disrupting the timing of puberty and ultimately lead to a diminished ability to reproduce, especially in females.