All posts tagged with Mental Health
08/17/2017 / By Tracey Watson

A recent study, led by Professor Seena Fazel of the University of Oxford’s Forensic Psychiatry Group in the U.K., and

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-17-pharma-influenced-study-finds-that-teen-depression-increases-risk-of-violence-so-they-should-all-be-treated-with-drugs-that-cause-violence-instead.html

08/12/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Yoga is a practice that has long been associated with a relaxed body and mind. New studies have suggested that

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-12-yoga-can-replace-drugs-to-treat-depression-study-finds.html

08/09/2017 / By Russel Davis

A study published in Psychological Science revealed that people tend to think that other people who have a different opinion than theirs

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-09-belief-in-a-positive-future-found-to-halt-present-day-action.html

08/07/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

For the Left in America (and in Europe for that matter), everything and anything has to be politicized. The latest

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-07-psychiatric-association-violates-its-own-ethics-urges-members-to-attack-the-mental-health-of-donald-trump-anything-goes.html

08/05/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Men are 23 percent more likely to develop depression or anxiety if their diet consists of a lot of high-sugar

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-05-eating-processed-sugar-found-to-cause-depression-but-magnesium-reverses-it.html

08/02/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Psychiatry is an ancient phenomenon with an invasive and brutal history. In the past, the mentally ill were strapped to

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-02-experts-blast-growing-trend-of-coercive-psychiatry-where-people-are-pharmacologically-imprisoned-without-evidence-or-trial.html

08/01/2017 / By Tracey Watson

A recent study by researchers from the University of Bristol, England, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), is likely

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-08-01-link-confirmed-between-antidepressant-use-during-pregnancy-and-autism-risk-in-newborns.html

07/24/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

After finding a higher risk of intellectual disability among children whose mothers took antidepressants while they were pregnant, researchers quickly

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-07-24-taking-antidepressants-during-pregnancy-almost-doubles-the-risk-of-mental-retardation-in-children.html

07/19/2017 / By Russel Davis

A recent study carried out by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco revealed that following a Mediterranean-style diet may

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-07-19-mediterranean-diet-found-to-slash-risk-of-dementia-by-35.html

07/18/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Veterans often struggle to adapt to life at home after returning from combat, and many doctors are all too quick

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-07-18-farm-work-scientifically-shown-to-improve-the-mental-health-of-veterans-no-drugs-needed.html

07/13/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s pretty clear to those of us who were born prior to the early ‘80s that the millennial generation is

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-07-13-millennials-are-totally-unprepared-for-the-realities-of-life-study-finds.html

07/10/2017 / By Russel Davis

Public schools are subjecting students to unwarranted mental health assessments, according to New Hampshire physician Dr. Aida Cerundolo. The doctor notes

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-07-10-public-schools-are-conducting-mental-and-psychological-assessments-of-your-children-each-month.html

07/09/2017 / By Russel Davis

A new study published in Brain and Cognition revealed that following musical cues to learn a physical task may improve connectivity between important

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-07-09-music-boosts-your-brain-power-by-literally-altering-its-structure-as-you-learn-new-skills.html

06/05/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Are there any bad memories in your life that you wish you could simply erase? Researchers might have found a

http://www.psychiatry.news/2017-06-05-u-s-scientists-have-developed-a-memory-wipe-enzyme-that-can-erase-memories-forever.html