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People with a long-term history of mental illness, including bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders, have blood biomarkers that reflect increased biological aging. The findings may help explain why those with mental health disorders tend to have shorter life spans and are more prone to age-related diseases than the general population.
Findings reveal increased risk factors for psychosis in those with higher levels of certain cytokines involved in inflammation.
Study reveals four biomarkers associated with PTSD can be measured from simple blood samples. The biomarkers can be used to assess those at risk of PTSD, diagnose post-traumatic stress, and monitor responses to treatments.
A newly developed version of the Omega-3 fatty acid DHA can cross the retina in the eye and ward off vision loss for those with Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, and other disorders.
Don't like Mondays? You're not alone. Researchers address why people feel stressed and anxious at the start of the week, and how you can reprogram yourself to get rid of those Monday blues.
Science research articles covering neurology, brain cancer, traumatic brain injuries, neurosurgery, neuroanatomy, brain research and neurological disorders.
Findings shed new light on how the brain orients itself in changing environment, and how the natural navigation processes can diminish as a result of Alzheimer's disease.
A newly developed neural implant can help restore limb function to those suffering from paralysis and other movement disorders. The device improves the connections between the brain and the paralyzed limbs.
A specific pathway of nerves and cells that link the gut to the brain may be responsible for chronic gut pain. Chronic gut pain is commonly associated with IBS, and mental health disorders including anxiety and depression.
Adding more magnesium-rich foods, such as spinach and nuts, to your daily diet can help reduce age-related brain shrinkage and stave off symptoms of dementia, a new study reports.
Shorter telomere length was associated with multiple changes in the brain associated with dementia, a new study reports.
Science research articles cover psychology, depression, mental health, schizophrenia, mental disorders, happiness, stress, PTSD, autism, psychiatry and therapy.
Child abuse and neglect affect men and women differently, a new study reports. Women are more affected by childhood emotional trauma and sexual abuse, whereas men are more affected by childhood physical and emotional neglect.
It can take nine months or more for people who have used antidepressants for a long term to find relief from withdrawal symptoms. Researchers address the common symptoms of antidepressant withdrawal and steps to take to help improve symptoms.
Exposure to another person's bodily odors extracted from sweat can help boost therapies for social anxiety and other mental health disorders.
A new movie adapts and changes its story based on the viewer's emotional response.
Men are more likely to have a dysregulated HPA axis that is associated with depressive symptoms, while women have higher levels of binding proteins for stress hormones that may prevent dysregulation of the HPA axis. The findings shed new light on how stress hormones impact dopamine transmission and how this impacts depression on a sex-specific basis.