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Social media use increases depression and loneliness

Social media use increases depression and loneliness

A number of studies have by now correlated social media use with mental-health risks, such as loneliness and depression. It could lead to symptoms of...
The study for the first time has identified three distinct sub-types of depression. D1: This sub-type is characterized by high functional connectivity of the brain and a history of childhood trauma. D2: This sub-type is characterized by high functional connectivity of the brain and an absence of childhood trauma. D3: This sub-type is characterized by both low functional connectivity of the brain and absence of childhood trauma. Credit: Neural Computational Unit, OIST.

Scientists identified three sub-types of depression

In a recent study by the scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have analyzed three subtypes of depression. This...
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...
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A depressed spouse may increase one’s own cognitive decline, study

Yale's new study suggests that having a discouraged mate can expand one's own depressive symptoms and in addition cognitive decline over time in late life. Utilizing...
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Lifting weights may help in treating depression

Heavy lifting is in! You can't swing a kettlebell these days without hitting some workout guru, exercise program. There are various benefits of lifting...
Many women worry about the potential side effects of hormonal contraceptives, including depression. However, researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center conducted a comprehensive review of current research and found there is not sufficient evidence to link birth control and depression

There is no link between hormonal birth control and depression, study confirms

There are many different methods of birth control. When it comes to birth control, women are often concerned about side effects. Depression is most common...
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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Proper diet reduce the chances for stroke and depression

According to an estimate provided by WHO, more than 300 million people affected. Depression is different from usual mood fluctuations and short-lived emotional responses to challenges...
Acne associated with increased risk of depression

Acne associated with increased risk of depression

In an investigation of one of the largest electronic therapeutic records databases on the planet, specialists found that patients with acne had an essentially...

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