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Social stress can make brain prone to depression, says study

11-15   Social stress can make brain prone to depression, says study

Social stress refers to anything that challenges one’s inner stability and invokes a sense of worthlessness in an individual. It could be bullying, body-image issues, social anxiety or extreme shyness. Social stress not only makes one’s life miserable but also triggers changes in the brain, making it vulnerable to depression. Several studies are under way, […]


Researchers identify gene that may play key role in depression

07-19   Researchers identify gene that may play key role in depression

Depression is one of the most prevalent mental health problems affecting people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people, across all age groups, are living with depression. Experts attribute most cases of suicide to acute depressive symptoms. Now, a group of researchers from the University of Maryland, School of […]


Mild heart problems can increase anxiety and lead to a negative outlook on life

02-24   Mild heart problems can increase anxiety and lead to a negative outlook on life

A study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes found that individuals with mild heart conditions report feeling in poorer health, having heightened feelings of anxiety and having a poorer outlook on life than the general population. More than 500 individuals with mild heart disease and 1,300 without heart trouble were involved in the study. […]


Success syndrome: When too much of a good thing backfires

01-25   Success syndrome: When too much of a good thing backfires

In 1987, paramedic Robert O’Donnell saved Jessica McClure after the toddler fell into a well. He was cheered as a hero. Eight years after his heroic turn, O’Donnell shot himself. There is a saying: Be careful what you wish for. In O’Donnell’s case, he didn’t wish for fame but it found him, and he found […]


Looking on the brighter side may increase effectiveness of SSRIs, improve depression

11-09   Looking on the brighter side may increase effectiveness of SSRIs, improve depression

You probably have met a person at least in passing who has been diagnosed with depression, or perhaps someone closer to you has the disorder – maybe your friend, partner or family member. Sadness, loss of interest, trouble sleeping, changes in appetite, and even thoughts of suicide plague individuals living with depression. According to Depression […]


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