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Women Taking Antidepressants Can Increase their Libido with Exercise

Women Taking Antidepressants Can Increase their Libido with Exercise

Women who are consuming antidepressants and experiencing sexual dysfunction could benefit from regular moderate intensity exercise. This is according to a new study from the University of Texas and is published in the journal Depression and Anxiety. Read More


Young, Low-Income Mothers Face Greater Depression Risks

Young, Low-Income Mothers Face Greater Depression Risks

Women who give birth before turning 23 face a much greater risk for encountering clinical depression during pregnancy than older mothers, a recent study indicates. In addition, researchers find that younger mothers' children more commonly suffer from emotional problems and have a below-average... Read More


Do Anti-Depressants Really Work?

Do Anti-Depressants Really Work?

Research originally published in 2008 from the University of Hull seemed to demonstrate that many anti-depressant drugs have little benefit for most patients. Now more current research from University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt University and Northwestern University reports on placebo-control... Read More


Surfing the Web May Lead to Depression

Surfing the Web May Lead to Depression

Does surfing the internet make you happy? Not according to psychologists at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. In fact, in a study published in the February Journal Psychopathology, they discovered that people who spend a lot of time browsing the net are more likely to become depre... Read More


The Impact of the Superstress Condition

The Impact of the Superstress Condition

The Superstress Solution really is a handbook describing a new condition. A condition of extreme toxic stress, which I call Superstress. Now many people don't really know what Superstress is, and there are four characteristics that are hallmarks of this condition. Read More


More Cardiac Death in Women Using Antidepressants

More Cardiac Death in Women Using Antidepressants

Antidepressant use among women is associated with greater risk for sudden cardiac death, a recent study revealed.     But the reason for the link is unclear, and the fact doesn’t suggest that antidepressants should be avoided, the scientists said. In fact, it may be that... Read More


Going to Work Sick Linked to Long-Term Leave

Going to Work Sick Linked to Long-Term Leave

Habitually working while sick, an increasingly common practice, can land a person in a situation in which his risk of having to take long-term sick leave is markedly increased, according to a recent study. The researchers, who published their work in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community H... Read More


Nine Physical Symptoms of Depression to Watch For

Nine Physical Symptoms of Depression to Watch For

Depression isn’t all “in the head.” There are a number of disturbing and quite physical symptoms – very depressing in their own right – that can be markers for the condition, especially if several of them occur together. They include: Digestive problems. A per... Read More


Cortisol Treatment May Help Halt Phobias

Cortisol Treatment May Help Halt Phobias

A body chemical that hinders the retrieval of memories seems to have the effect of reducing the fear associated with social and spider phobias, a recent study showed.     The chemical is the stress hormone known as cortisol, according to research published by a team at the Uni... Read More


10 Healthy Habits for Living Long

10 Healthy Habits for Living Long

Living to age 100 or more without major health problems is not unimaginable, health experts say – provided you abide by a number of proven health habits.     For example, a recent study on 20,000 Britons published in the British Medical Journal showed that risk of stro... Read More


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