Seasonal depression: Women more affected than men
When it comes to symptoms of seasonal depression, a new study finds that women are more vulnerable than men, particularly in the winter months.
ADHD: Could maternal depression be the cause?
ADHD is growing in prevalence, but we are still no nearer to understanding why it occurs. New research asks whether maternal depression might be the key.
The top 10 mental health apps
Whether you're going through a rough patch, experiencing depression, anxiety, or stress, or having relationship issues, there is an app to help.
Concern over climate change linked to depression, anxiety: Study
Depression and anxiety afflict Americans who are concerned with the fate of the environment, according to a study of the mental health effects of climate change.
Researchers explore psychological effects of climate change
While some people have little anxiety about the Earth's changing climate, others are experiencing high levels of stress, and even depression, based on their perception of the threat of global climate change, researchers found. Psychological responses to climate change seem to vary based on what type of concern people show for the environment, with those highly concerned about the planet's animals and plants experiencing the most stress.
Danakil Depression: Salt mining in one of earth's hottest places
At more than 100 metres below sea level and with temperatures that often reach higher than 50 degrees Celsius, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression is one of the most inhospitable places on earth.
Three Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Remember When Dealing With Depression
Entrepreneurship takes an emotional toll on founders and the people close to them. Depression, fear, and anxiety can quickly take hold and become unmanageable. Here are three things entrepreneurs must remember when confronting these challenges.
Depression puts psoriasis patients at significantly greater risk of psoriatic arthritis
Psoriasis is a lifelong disease that is associated with significant cosmetic and physical disability and puts patients at increased risk for many major medical disorders. A multidisciplinary team of researchers has found that psoriasis patients who developed depression were at a 37 percent greater risk of subsequently developing psoriatic arthritis, compared with psoriasis patients who did not develop depression.
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