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Can you eat to beat depression?
Could eating a diet rich in leafy greens and seafood help manage your moods? Research points to yes. In fact, there’s a growing field of science called nutritional psychiatry that focuses on how your diet affects your mental health.
'Depression in pregnancy is common — it's a condition, not a weakness'
Depression occurs in 10 to 15 percent of pregnant women but it’s often misdiagnosed as symptoms are attributed to the pregnancy itself.
Depression genes linked to onset of diseases
A new research has shown that having depression can make you prone to a number of other unrelated diseases. Chances are, your depression genes can in fact be responsible for putting you at risk of acquiring coronary heart disease and bacterial infections.
Chronic depression: Form of CBT may fail after two years
New research compares the long term effect of two different forms of therapy for chronic depression and finds that the benefits of one approach, which experts developed specifically for this form of depression, fade two years after the treatment ends.
Obstructive sleep apnea may be one reason depression treatment doesn't work
When someone is depressed and having suicidal thoughts or their depression treatment just isn't working, their caregivers might want to check to see if they have obstructive sleep apnea, investigators said.
Study: Obesity, depression closely linked in British children
Obese seven-year-olds are at greater risk of suffering emotional problems, such as anxiety and low mood, when they reach 11, a large UK study suggests.
Digital media linked to depression in young adults
More US adolescents and young adults in the late 2010s, versus the mid-2000s, experienced serious psychological distress, major depression or suicidal thoughts.
Depression strains economy and prevents employees' growth
It was quiet Friday mid-morning on October 12, 2018, a day when the workflow is routinely sluggish in most offices, when the city suddenly became abuzz.
Study: Women who work long hours have higher risk of depression than men
Women who work long hours have a higher risk of depression than men, a new study found.
Eating junk food can raise risk of bipolar disorder, depression
Feeling depressed? It's time to cut out the unhealthy junk food from your diet as it increases the risk of psychological disorders including bipolar disorder and depression, said researchers.
Depression reversed in male mice by activating gene that helps excite neurons
Directly activating a gene important to exciting our excitatory neurons and associated with major depression may help turn around classic symptoms like social isolation and loss of interest, at least for males, scientists report.
Certain characteristics linked with depression before and after giving birth
Depression during pregnancy and following childbirth (perinatal depression) is a common and potentially severe condition.
‘Morning persons’ at reduced risk of schizophrenia, depression
The study, led by the University of Exeter in the UK and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the US highlights the key role of the retina in the eye in helping the body to keep time.
Negative social media behaviours may be associated with depression in millennials
Individuals who met the criteria for major depressive disorder were more likely to compare themselves to others better off than they were and indicated that they would be more bothered by being tagged in unflattering pictures.
Depression of fathers and their daughters linked, finds study
A teenage girl is more at risk of developing mental health problems if her father has experienced post-natal depression, according to research.

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