The latest medical news on Psychiatry
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A new study examines the link between drinking tea and lower rates of depression in older Chinese adults, revealing the characteristics of tea drin...
According to new research, placing too much emphasis on happiness can actually give rise to depressive symptoms, especially in the Western world.
Does the constant cycle of negative world news make you anxious? Here, learn more about news-related anxiety and how you can fight back.
The largest study of its kind analyzed genetic information from 3,444 families and found one single gene whose mutations may help explain the condi...
People with anorexia tend to severely restrict their food intake, while those with bulimia go through periods of overeating followed by unhealthful...
New research shows how using a fake rubber hand may enable people living with obsessive-compulsive disorder to overcome their contamination fears.
A report that the LA County commissioned suggests that many jail inmates would benefit from diversion to community-based mental health programs.
Specialists estimate that a small increase of only $1 in the state minimum wage could have prevented thousands of suicides between 2009–2015.
Recent research adds to the evidence that mindfulness practice may enable us to eradicate unhelpful fears — and continue to keep them at bay.
How much do our diets influence our mental health? A recent review assesses the evidence and concludes that much more research is needed.
Researchers have concluded that exposure to air pollution during childhood could significantly increase a person's risk of schizophrenia.