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Mentoring can reduce anxiety

Mentoring can reduce anxiety

Teaching junior colleagues can reduce anxiety. In addition, it can improve the mental health of the mentors themselves in high-pressure occupations. The new study by the scientists...
MIT researchers have developed a neural-network model that can analyze raw text and audio data from interviews to discover speech patterns indicative of depression. This method could be used to develop diagnostic aids for clinicians that can detect signs of depression in natural conversation.

New model to naturally detect depression in conversations

In order to help patients to tackle depression, clinicians perform various methods including asking specific questions — about, say, past mental illnesses, lifestyle, and...
Listening to yoga music at bedtime is good for the heart

Listening to yoga music at bedtime is good for the heart

Other than entertainment, music has a very important role in our life. It develops our brain and the abilities associated with it. Apart from...
Scientists discovered a wonder drug for alcohol use disorder ineffective

Scientists discovered a wonder drug for alcohol use disorder ineffective

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have recently highlighted the ineffectiveness of a specific drug treatment for alcohol use disorders. Baclofen is a pharmaceutical which has been...
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Anxiety disorders can help people to remember things

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness. Research into these disorders has shown that up to 1 in 4 adults will have an anxiety...
Using optogenetics, anxiety cells in the brains of mice light up when the animal is stressed. Source: Lab of Rene Hen, PhD, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Scientists just discovered the physical source of anxiety cells in the brain

Anxiety is normal and critical to an animal’s safety. Anxiety is an emotional response to a distant threat—being in an environment that exposes an...
Anxiety: An Early Indicator of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Anxiety: An early sign of Alzheimer’s disease?

Another investigation recommends a relationship between hoisted amyloid beta levels and the declining of tension side effects. The discoveries bolster the theory that neuropsychiatric...
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Stress can Lead to Risky Decisions

Making decisions is not always easy especially in stressful situations. MIT neuroscientists have now discovered that making decisions in this type of situation leads to high-risk, high-payoff...
Scientists Assert They Will Soon be Able to Edit Human Memories

Scientists Assert They Will Soon be Able to Edit Human Memories

Scientists recently discovered that two different memory use completely different processes in the same nerves. And the most fascinating is that the finding could challenge...

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