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BOSTON, Jan. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Institute of Mental Health has prioritized the development of a rapidly acting treatment for depression as a key research goal.
In recent years, the decline in smoking among individuals with mental illness was significantly less than among those without mental illness, although the rates of quitting smoking were greater among those receiving mental health treatment.
A new study revealed that the drug ketamine, a potent anesthetic used in human in veterinary medicine and an illegal recreational drug, is a potential candidate for fast treatment of depression for individuals who do not respond to other types of medications.
A new study from John Hopkins University suggests that mindfulness meditation can improve anxiety and depression along with reducing pain.
Depression Free Method designed by Dan Micheals is the latest program that teaches people how to relieve their stress and pressure naturally without any medication.
TORONTO, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Portage Biotech Inc.
Therapist Al R. Zia of Natural-Med therapy in Ann Arbor is approved by NIH & IRB to conduct clinical research on the effect of CranioSacral integrative therapy on Parkinson's disease.
Expectant women with prenatally diagnosed fear of childbirth are at an increased risk of postpartum depression.
Patients undergoing cardiac surgery should be assessed for depression and physical activity.
According to Hayley Hirschmann, PhD., a clinical psychologist and bereavement specialist at Morris Psychological Group, there’s no right or wrong way to grieve.
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