Mediterranean Diet Reduces The Risks of Depression, According to Scientists

According to a new study, the Mediterranean diet reduces the risks of depression by reducing the inflammation in the body. The new research revealed that those who consume fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish... Read more »

Researchers Concerned About Ketamine: It Treats Depression, But Acts Like An Opioid

Hailed a miracle drug in treating depression, Ketamine is now a drug that researchers fear it might work differently on patients’ brains. A new study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry... Read more »

Dads Can Also Experience Postpartum Depression

If you thought that only mothers could experience depression after giving birth, a recent presentation at the American Psychological Association tells us that fathers can be affected by it too. Anxiety and... Read more »

Massive Genetic Study Finds Connections Between Psychiatric Disorders

An international team of researchers from the US, UK, China, Singapore, Japan, and Australia has started a project called “Brainstorm Study.” They used a million of people’s genes to find clues on... Read more »

Daily Routines Are Great For Mental Health, Claims a New Study

It’s bound to happen one night, when you can’t seem to fall asleep. The next day is going to be awful as you try to stay awake and be productive. But how... Read more »

Depression: She’s just 16, but she’s an inspiration for everybody

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the U.S. Current research suggests that depression is caused by a combination of genetic, biological, environmental, and psychological factors. It can happen... Read more »

A Broken Heart Can Actually Kill You, Study Says

The saying ‘dying of a broken heart’ is true, according to a new study published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology. We might have heard many tragedies of people dying after losing someone they... Read more »

Depression vs. Sadness: What’s The Difference For Today’s Society?

Sad or depressed? This inquiry may have entered your thoughts at one point throughout everyday life, and it can entirely be troublesome for one to reply. Be that as it may, before... Read more »

Is Social Media Affecting Our Mental Health?

Canada speaks up on mental illness, and with Mental Health Awareness Week, more Canadians have joined the discussion. But what else can affect mental health? With today’s technology and the Internet, social... Read more »

UBC Discovered that Magnetic Pulses Can Successfully Treat Depression

Scientists in Vancouver and Toronto have successfully found a new way to treat depression. It’s with magnetic pulses around the brain, but there is one issue – the treatment is not covered... Read more »