Tag Archives: Mental Health
Social media may be good for mental health, but may also lead to depression, according to research findings. The researchers reviewed 70 studies that examined the relationship between social networking and depression, anxiety, and well-being. The review demonstrated that… Read More
Pets have been found to help aid in mental illness management based on research findings. Researchers from the U.K. surveyed over 50 adults with long-term mental illness to uncover the role which pets play.
The responses unveiled that 60 percent… Read More
Higher levels of mental and physical well-being are seen among older adults using computers and cellphones. Seniors have been adopting technology as a means of connecting with others and it seems that their newfound use of technology is offering up… Read More
Physical activity improves psychological well-being and reduces the risk of heart attack in older adults. Lead author of the study Julia Boehm explained, “Researchers have long studied how physical activity can lead to improved mood and feelings of well-being,… Read More
A famous pop star is coming out to give mental illness a new face. The actress-turned-singer battled with bipolar disorder herself and has been very open about her struggles with eating disorders and depression. Now she wants to reach out… Read More
The type of job you perform can take a toll on your overall health and mental state – and even increase your risk of suicide. The rates of suicide rose between 2000 and 2012 up 21 percent. Occupations that saw… Read More
July is the National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, so we have compiled a list of our articles that discuss the topics of mental health, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, dementia, and depression.
One in five Americans experience a mental health… Read More
Ulcerative colitis risk is linked to childhood physical and sexual abuse, according to research. The researchers at the University of Toronto uncovered that adults who were exposed to physical or sexual abuse in the childhood were approximately twice as likely… Read More
May is Mental Health Month, and in light of this we have compiled a roundup of some of our news pieces that discuss schizophrenia, yeast infections, bipolar disorder, major depression, and asthma. These stories discuss stress and anxiety triggers… Read More
Prevention of Alzheimer’s disease may be possible with high caffeine intake. The study suggests that caffeine intake may reduce beta amyloid plaque buildup, which is a characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease. The researchers explored opportunities for caffeine to reduce beta… Read More
Poor oral hygiene has been linked to poor mental health in seniors, but the findings just suggest an association and do not establish a cause-and-effect relationship. Researchers reviewed studies on oral health and cognitive decline published between 1993 and 2013.… Read More
ADHD symptoms from childhood may persist due to high levels of parental criticism. Generally, symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) lessen with age, but for some children they do not as they may be reinforced by parental criticism.
Study… Read More
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