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2013-11-04 10:36:26

New Northwestern Medicine® research offers one of the first in-depth studies of how physiological changes during pregnancy reduce the effects of a commonly used drug to treat bipolar disorder, making women more vulnerable to recurring episodes.

2013-10-30 15:32:22

Researchers have long studied the connections between hand dominance and different aspects of the human brain.

Exercise Prevents Depression
2013-10-30 07:44:20

A new study indicates that not only is exercise effective at treating depression, it may also be successful at preventing it as well.

Nurturing Parents Offset Poverty
2013-10-29 16:33:02

According to a new study, children who live in poverty without nurturing parents may end up dealing with long-lasting negative consequences.

Brain Injury Increases Depression Risk Kids
2013-10-25 12:52:31

According to a new study, children who suffer a brain injury are twice as likely to develop symptoms of depression as their injury-free peers.

2013-10-17 23:00:25

Author Gives Hope and Help to Bipolar Individuals and Their Families in ‘Bipolar Battle Plan’ Raleigh, N.C.

2013-10-17 11:42:33

A study by psychologists at the University of Liverpool has found that traumatic life events are the biggest cause of anxiety and depression, but how a person thinks about these events determines the level of stress they experience.

2013-10-15 20:51:14

Being married or having the support of neighbors to rely on does little to alleviate the symptoms of depression associated with economic hardship often experienced by poor mothers.

2013-10-09 10:53:43

A recently published study suggests that exposure to social stress not only impairs a mother's ability to care for her children but can also negatively impact her daughter's ability to provide maternal care to future offspring.


Word of the Day
dittany
  • An aromatic woolly plant (Origanum dictamnus) native to Crete, formerly believed to have magical powers.
The word 'dittany' may come from the name of Mount Diktē in Crete, where it was supposed to grow.
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