While the stigma against depression has decreased for the first time, the stigma levels for other mental health disorders have either remained stagnant or increased.
A new brain model explored bursts of human brain activity never before studied. The bursts may serve as potential biomarkers for depression, dementia, schizophrenia, and ADHD.
Deleting ABI3, a gene associated with Alzheimer's disease, significantly increased amyloid-beta accumulation in the brain and decreased the amount of microglia around amyloid-plaques, researchers report.
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Those who live in neighborhoods that are considered safe, orderly, and have a more interconnected social environment are at higher risk of embarking on binge drinking episodes, a new study reports.
Blue-light filtering glasses help improve sleep and work productivity, a new study reveals. The effects are most pronounced in those who consider themselves to be "night owls".
Low-level exposure to lead during development does not lead to alcohol use disorder, but does alter the neural circuits in a way that if addiction occurs, it makes it harder to refrain from returning to addiction related behaviors.
Mice exposed to dough containing THC were less active and had lower body temperature after consumption. The effects were more pronounced in males than females.
Findings could help animal shelters to improve the pet adoption process and find the perfect pet partner for people.
Researchers have identified biomarkers in the blood which can help determine the severity of a person's pain level. The findings could help doctors to accurately measure pain and stem the opioid crisis.