Learning to pay attention to your emotions is a more powerful weight-loss strategy than greater nutritional knowledge, a new study finds.
Date Posted: November 17, 2014
Categories: Eating DisordersGO
Frightening experiences do not quickly fade from memory. A team of researchers under the guidance of the University of Bonn Hospital has now been able to demonstrate in a study that the bonding hormone oxytocin inhibits the fear center in the brain ...
If the extent of human suffering were used to decide which diseases deserve the most medical attention, then depression would be near the top of the list. More than 350 million people are affected by depression, making it one of the most common ...
A neighborhood’s “walkability” can be a key factor for maintaining physical and cognitive health among older adults.
New research finds that when adolescents believe they are better than their peers, the belief will probably cause relationship difficulties.
A new review argues that for the 800,000 UK citizens who experience it all or most of the time, loneliness itself is the disease: it directly alters our perception, our thoughts, and the very structure and chemistry of our brains.
New research suggests the amount of education a woman has along with having children later in life are key predictor’s of a child’s success in adulthood.
The best way of treating autism involves training parents how to work with their children in the home environment, new research finds.
Life is full of events that ignite emotions. When these events occur people may react by performing an action or expressing an emotion that may be opposite of the actual emotional state. The actions and even our use of seemingly contradictory ...
People thought Kat, 17, was being an "emo" teenager, but the truth was far more complicated. Two years ago, she was diagnosed with depression. She says: "As the symptoms of depression include being irritable and having mood swings, my family and ...
Categories: Mental Health in AsiaGO
It is often asked why good people do bad things. Perhaps the question should be when. More likely, it's in the afternoon or evening. Much less so in the morning.
The effects of chronic marijuana use on the brain may depend on age of first use and duration of use, according to researchers at the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas.
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Australians who suffer from moderate obsessive compulsive disorder could be treated just as effectively by a virtual therapist as a face-to-face practitioner, according to research to be released by the Australian Psychological Society on Tuesday.
Categories: Obsessions & Compulsions (OCD)GO
Being shown pictures of others being loved and cared for reduces the brain's response to threat, new research from the University of Exeter has found.
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A new study suggests intractable conflicts are often the result of misunderstanding what is motivating each side. Researchers believe the setting, be it politics in the United States or violent conflict in the Mideast, can be corrected by a better ...
Life satisfaction dips in middle age, after which it starts going up again beyond the age of 54, a new study of worldwide well-being finds.