The new Frontiers in Psychiatry study found that wisdom and loneliness appear to influence — and/or be influenced by — microbial diversity of the gut.
A new study found that 87% of incoming medical students during their first year of school reported a high or very high degree of imposter syndrome.
Cells from people with Major Depressive Disorder have higher than expected rates of methylation at specific sites on their DNA, indicating accelerated cellular aging.
A new study concluded that contrary to the popular notion, stress does not lead to loss of self-control, which causes binge-eating In people.
Exposure to traffic-related air pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides and fine particulate matter, in childhood, increases the risk of poor mental health at age 18
An international team of scientists has found the cognitive computations underlying our fast reactions to future events and how we know whether and when to pay attention.
New research reveals that chronic illness in childhood is linked to higher rates of mental illness in early adolescence when compared to healthy children.
A new study published in the journal showed that depending on rheumatoid arthritis therapies may not alone meaningfully improve patients’ mental health.
A new study published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition reveals that junk food is linked to poor mental health.
The new study revealed that a history of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse is associated with greater migraine-related sensory hypersensitivity symptoms.
Study reveals that testing the levels of certain proteins in blood samples can predict whether a person at risk of psychosis is likely to develop a psychotic disorder
Scientists uncovered that the effects of alcohol intoxication, are actually due to the breakdown of alcohol products produced in the brain
Researchers uncovered how the master switch for hunger in the brain, the melanocortin receptor 4 (MC4) when activated by anti-obesity drugs like setmelanotide can cure obesity.
The study claims that scientists can reactivate traumatic memories, which gives them the scope to completely alter or even erase those memories.
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science investigated the human tendency to make change through addition. They came up with two possibilities initially
Researchers at the University of Helsinki found that depression affects the ability of an individual to process visual information
Researchers at Harvard University found that spanking children alter their brain development in a similar way to more severe forms of violence.
Researchers at Indiana University of Medicine found a novel biological basis for mood disorders, helping them create a blood test to identify depression and bipolar disorder
Researchers found the prevalence of at least one psychiatric disorder in two-thirds of males and more than one-third of females, 15 years after youth left detention.
The new research published showed visual and functional evidence of the repair of the damaged brain region in brain glue-implanted animals.
Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, finally revealed that vulnerable neurons present in the prefrontal cortex undergo disruption in calcium storage with advancing age.
Researchers performed cell culture lab tests and found that two currently available medications each blocked the production of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Developmental Timing Of Childhood Abuse Linked To Higher Likelihood Of Conduct Problems, According To UK Birth Cohort
The association between child abuse experienced at different developmental timings and conduct problems in early life has not been examined.
Flavanols are a group of molecules – occurring naturally in fruits, vegetables, red wine, unprocessed cocoa, and green tea – and are known to have impressive health benefits.
Researchers found that women are more vulnerable to major depressive disorders than men, whereas men are more prone to schizophrenia than women.
The journal International Society of Sports Nutrition reports that having caffeine (about 3 mg/kg) or a strong cup of coffee half an hour before aerobic exercise increases the rate of fat burning.
Previous studies in this subject have focused on intermittent fasting and its beneficial effect on heart health, weight, gut ecosystem.