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The release of the “feel-good” hormone dopamine in the brain is actually triggered by both pleasurable and stressful experiences.
Although the suicide rate is highest among middle-aged white men, young people of color are emerging as particularly at risk.
Essential medical personnel face anxiety, suicidal thoughts and posttraumatic stress disorder during their response to the pandemic.
Findings show that psychedelic psilocybin-containing mushrooms could effectively reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.
The leader of Team USA’s women gymnasts stresses how important it is to prioritize mental health.
Black women can learn some lessons from Naomi Osaka’s recent refusal to talk to the press during the French Open.
Saunders, who placed fifth in the women’s shot put at the 2016 Rio Olympics, shares her mental health journey in a recent documentary.
Excess weight, which is often linked to metabolic abnormalities, can contribute to a wide variety of health problems.
Stroke survivors in poor neighborhoods are more likely to experience worse recovery outcomes.
Men who report loneliness and social isolation face a 10% greater risk for cancer.
Starr Phipps endured years of stigma in school due to epilepsy. A non-medication treatment reduced the number of seizures she experienced.
Many residents in long-term care facilities are suffering from depression and loneliness after months without visitors.
Individuals with depression and anxiety are more likely to experience dementia years before those without these conditions.
Maryland proposes a somewhat novel concept: mental health days for high school students.
Sex, body mass index, smoking and depression all affect biological age.
Researchers theorize that respiratory problems may be to blame when a woman’s heart suddenly stops beating in the nighttime.
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