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Hyperactive brain cells could be to blame for antidepressants not working

Hyperactive brain cells could be to blame for antidepressants not working

Research has found that for around a third of people with major depressive disorder, antidepressants have not been working – could this be due...
Improving health care for indigenous women living with violence

Improving health care for indigenous women living with violence

New research finds that cultural practices have the ability of improving health care for Indigenous women living with violence. According to the University of British...
China landscape in smog

As China’s air pollution increases, so does sadness

China has been struggling to tackle high pollution levels that are crippling its major cities, now according to MIT, China’s air pollution may be...
Electroshock therapy and alterations in hippocampal structural connections

Electroshock therapy and alterations in hippocampal structural connections

According to the University of California, alterations in hippocampal structural connections differentiate responders of electroshock therapy in depression. A new study in people with major...
Hearing loss treatment could thwart late-life depression

Hearing loss treatment could thwart late-life depression

The greater the hearing loss, the greater the risk of having symptoms of depression, therefore hearing loss treatment could head off late-life depression, according...
We need to focus more on antidepressant withdrawal relief

We need to focus more on antidepressant withdrawal relief

Researchers analyse data that can guide antidepressant discontinuation and enable an individual to experience some form of antidepressant withdrawal relief. There has been a significant...
Gestational diabetes increases the risk of postpartum depression

Gestational diabetes increases the risk of postpartum depression

A new Finnish study has established that mothers with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) have an increased risk of developing symptoms of postpartum depression. The new...
Breakthrough findings suggest many brain disorders are genetically related

Breakthrough findings suggest many brain disorders are genetically related

The international ‘Brainstorm Consortium’ has conducted the first ever global study, finding a significant correlation of certain brain disorders to be genetically linked. Through analysing...
Barnardo's comments on issues with child mental health services

Barnardo’s comments on issues with child mental health services

Barnardo’s has responded to the governments reaction to a consultation on a Green Paper, saying it is “disappointed” in the failure to address major...
Strong rise in number of children given antidepressant prescriptions

Strong rise in number of children given antidepressant prescriptions

The number of children in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland being give antidepressant prescriptions has seen a substantial increase over the last three years,...
MHE joins plea for ministers to adopt mental health of workers directive

MHE joins plea for ministers to adopt mental health of workers directive

Mental Health Europe (MHE) has joined calls for ministers to adopt the directive for the mental health of workers, urging them to "respect European...
Over half of diabetes patients are treated for mental health

Over half of diabetes patients are treated for mental health

A new study from a leading mental health provider reports that over half of the people living with diabetes in the UK have been...

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