Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire believe that the illegal substance sometimes referred to as "Special K" may hold the power to fight off depression.
New findings published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health show that depression can increase the risk of certain health issues, including joint inflammation.
A new study looks at how our mental health can affect sleep and the subconscious.
A parent's depression during their child's first years of life can result in the development of troubling behaviors in their little one, according to a new study by researchers at Northwestern Medicine. Researchers found that this could increase the risk of such problem behaviors as hitting, anxiety...
Facebook can be a fun way to keep in touch with friends. Yet it may also increase your risk of depression.
Many people deal with depression, yet few are seeking out help. U.S. health officials reported that almost 8 percent of Americans aged 12 and older were moderately to severely depressed during 2009 to 2012, but only about one-third of them sought professional help.
There may be a reason why some people experience the winter blues while others get through the season just fine.
Marriage troubles and depression could be contributing to the risk of obesity. Scientists have found that these factors can alter how the body processes high-fat foods and can cause adults to gain weight.
Obesity and depression often go hand and hand, according to the report, "Depression and Obesity in the U.S. Adult Household Population, 2005-2010."
Recent findings published in JAMA Pediatrics reveal that there is unfortunately, no connection between exercise and preventing symptoms of depression in young children.