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Winter babies at 'higher risk of mental health disorders'
Babies born during winter are at higher risk of developing mental health disorders, new research found.
Doctors with almost no training in eating disorders leave anorexics feeling under pressure to get thinner
Doctors with just a couple of hours’ training in eating disorders are leaving anorexics feeling under pressure to get thinner to receive help, experts have warned.
Using AI to detect mental health disorders may be counterproductive
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) technology have made it possible to detect mental disorders such as anxiety and depression from cues in a person's voice, but doctors warn that adopting such tools in haste may prove to be counterproductive.
Women are prone to autoimmune disorders
Autoimmune disorders are a silent epidemic in the world, noted more in numbers than cancer and cardiovascular diseases. They are usually not diagnosed on time and are often found to be undertreated.
Children living near green space less likely to develop mental health disorders: Study
Children who grow up near green space have up to 55 percent less risk of developing various mental disorders later in life, a Danish study suggested.
New plan to treat eating disorders in Scotland
New guidelines are to be drawn up to help support the care of patients with eating disorders in Scotland.
Is haywire body clock tied to mood disorders?
There may be a genetic link between mood disorders and the body's internal clock, a new study suggested.
Anxiety disorders affecting more kids
Ask any parent dealing with a child with anxiety and they will tell you the struggle is real. And it's real for more families than you might think.
Many adults 'don't know signs of eating disorders'
"I must have been in denial — I was in denial," said Lynda Kent, whose daughter developed an eating disorder 15 years ago at the age of 19.
New, ultra-rare gene mutations implicated in eating disorders
By combining whole exome sequencing, machine learning, and network analysis, researchers have identified new, ultra-rare gene mutations within specific biological pathways that may contribute to eating disorders.
Study shows sequencing all 24 chromosomes reveals rare disorders
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommend extending noninvasive prenatal testing to all 24 human chromosomes to detect genetic disorders.

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