Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, may just be the next step in curing depression, and can possibly be used as an alternative to antidepressant medications.
Researchers have discovered that regular exposure to hydrocarbons (fuels found in many products, ranging from makeup to cleaning commodities), may contribute to a range of clinical conditions--including exposure to hydrocarbons that could lead to brainstem impairment. In this particular study, resea...
New findings published in the journal Behavior Research and Therapy reveal that "Socratic questioning," otherwise known as a series of guided questions in which a therapist asks patients to consider new perspectives on themselves and their place in the world, could help improve existing depressive s...
New findings published in the Journal of Proteome Research examine how to tell the difference between major depressive disorder (MDD) and bipolar disorder. Researchers note how the two are very commonly misdiagnosed.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the unforgettable actor and comedian's death, Robin Williams.
New findings published in the journal Circulation advise heart monitoring for depressed teenagers. The latest research suggests that heart and blood vessel disease is much higher among teens with major depression and/or bipolar disorder.
New findings published in the journal Psychology of Addictive Behaviors found that contradictory to previous studies, teen marijuana use is not linked to physical or mental health issues.
Is your child a picky eater? Then there may be something more at play.
New findings published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry reveal that using a novel dimensional method for distinguishing misbehavior may help predict whether children just have irritability or more serious behavioral issues.
A survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that anywhere from 8 to 19 percent of women have reported having frequent postpartum depressive symptoms, ranging from low or sad mood, loss of interest in fun activities, changes in eating, sleeping or overall energy, problems...
New findings published in the journal Nature Communications reveal that intestinal microbiota may play a role in inducing anxiety and depression.