For college students under pressure, a dog may be the best stress fighter around.
Lockdown Dramatically Increased Stress Levels, Sleep Loss
Nearly 1 in 3 express reservations about seeking help if they need it, suggesting need for more screening and reducing stigma on seeking care
Johnese Spisso , president of UCLA Health and CEO of UCLA Hospital System, has joined…
Juvenile incarceration is a double-edged sword and rehabilitation programs may improve welfare of convicted juveniles
Research uncovers patterns in the resting brains of highly sensitive people
First-in-human study of diffuse optical tomography during rTMS suggests treatment target or parameters may need adjusting to benefit more patients with severe depression
Symptoms of health anxiety are common already during childhood and adolescence – and if the children do not receive the correct help, the anxiety can become a permanent problem with serious personal and socio-economic consequences.
A study led by The Ohio State University College of Nursing finds that critical care…
Family concerns point to need for a comprehensive public health approach that prioritizes children’s well-being and draws broad public attention to the mental health needs of youth
Digital mental health interventions for young people are perceived promising, but are they effective
April 29, 2021 -An increasing number of digital mental health interventions are designed for adolescents…
Researchers explore renin-angiotensin system gene function for memory processing
First of six publications reports on new tool to identify patient subgroups that enable personalized care
Proven psychological strategies for moms.
Nationwide survey, led by BU researcher, indicates colleges and universities need to invest in more resources for faculty “gatekeepers” of mental health
Study reveals that iron-deficiency anemia is significantly associated with the likelihood of insomnia developing in adults
Surveys of 1.5 million Americans reveal reports of anxiety and depression rose sharply in 2020, Boston College researchers find
Glucocorticoid exposure predicts survival in female baboons
Lifelong burden of higher stress hormones shortens life expectancy
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A team of investigators led by CHLA’s Bradley Peterson, MD, plan a foundational study into treatment of childhood anxiety
If relatives of people with mental illness become better at accepting the difficult emotions and life events they experience — which is what training in compassion is about — their anxiety, depression and stress is reduced
(APRIL 1, 2021) -The pandemic has exacerbated risk factors for gender-based violence, such as unemployment…
New York, NY–When a loved one has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), it’s a constant struggle. It…
UC researchers find ways to predict treatment outcomes for adolescent anxiety using brain imaging
Nearly one-quarter of survey respondents at CU College of Nursing report struggling with stress, depression and anxiety; almost one-quarter more score within area of clinical concern
Female doctors who suffer domestic abuse can feel unable to get help due to perceptions…
Wellness programs for health care workers emphasize self-care; they’re overlooking a huge contributor to burnout: Patient records
Psychedelics research in support of brain health is getting a major boost this month with…
Engineer developing software to predict emotional stress from wearable and Internet of Things tech
Boarding students may be at increased risk for bullying, stress, depression and anxiety
New research finds depression and anxiety particularly high in those with dual sensory loss
The University’s Professor Jason Roach will work alongside the National Police Wellbeing Service on a…
New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found that despite having the best intentions, most people give up on their New Year resolutions within the first month.
Osaka City University finds link between the corticotropin-releasing stress hormone and increased expression of allergy-causing mast cells.
Study by Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science neuroscientists conduct meta-synthesis of three decades of research
Feelings of shame and stigmatisation at the idea of contracting Covid-19 are linked to lower compliance of social distancing and the likelihood of reporting infection to authorities and potential contacts in Italy, South Korea and the USA.
Fatigue, depression, sleep disorders, burnout: the number of cases where employees are unable to work…
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – March 22, 2021 – The fear, anxiety and stress associated with the…
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) among those who have recently given birth is more common than…
SAN ANTONIO (March 23, 2021) — More than half of all health care workers worldwide…
A UOC study has conducted the first ever analysis of the discourse of patients with severe depression in blogs
Wolves howling, birds singing, rain falling – natural sounds inspire us and connect us to…
Similar brain activity patterns to negative and subsequent neutral stimuli connected to increase in negative mood
Repeatedly getting angry, hitting, shaking or yelling at children is linked with smaller brain structures…
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Stress is a universal human experience that almost everyone deals with…
A new study coordinated by the University of Trento shows the beneficial effects of an intensive program on happiness
UCLouvain international research
Physical distancing measures to mitigate viral spread increased anxiety
Meanwhile, in Western Europe, people trust their governments more than in other EU countries