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Veterans exposed to IEDs may suffer from PTSD, finds study

04-20   Veterans exposed to IEDs may suffer from PTSD, finds study

Posted in PTSD, Research, Trauma

Till now, it was believed that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an outcome of only mental trauma. However, a recent research has suggested something that no other study did till now; it says that PTSD might be a fallout of physical trauma as well. The researchers from The Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine Brain […]


Scientists successfully cure cocaine dependency in mice

01-22   Scientists successfully cure cocaine dependency in mice

Addiction to cocaine can be debilitating. Though there are certain therapies and programs that can treat cocaine dependence, the need of the hour is to develop more treatment modalities to overcome the problem. Claiming to have found a new way to treat cocaine addiction, researchers from Mont Sinai Medical Centre in New York said that […]


Sleeping for less than 8 hours ups the risk of depression and anxiety, says study

01-09   Sleeping for less than 8 hours ups the risk of depression and anxiety, says study

People spend one-third of their lives sleeping, which has forced scientists and experts to wonder why sleep is so necessary for humans to survive. When a person is asleep, the brain gets ample rest and an opportunity to rework and reconnect information assimilated during the day, which is essential for the brain to function properly. […]


WHO to categorize video gaming as mental health problem

12-28   WHO to categorize video gaming as mental health problem

Posted in Addiction, Anxiety, Research

A recent report published by the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that individuals who play video games for 12 hours or more could have a mental disorder. The report, published by the Forbes, said that the WHO is mulling over adding gaming disorder to its list of International Classification of Diseases (ICD) — an […]


Increased risk of criminality in women with eating disorders, says study

09-05   Increased risk of criminality in women with eating disorders, says study

Complex mental disorders, like eating disorders, can harm one’s physical health, social ties and day-to-day functioning. Characterized by irregular eating habits and severe distress about one’s body shape or weight, eating disorders can develop during any stage in one’s life and may include inadequate or excessive food intake. Life-threatening in nature, the three common eating […]


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