Genetic Study on Bipolar Disorder and Psychosis May Lead to Earlier Diagnosis

A new Danish study identifies genetic risk factors for developing bipolar disorder and psychosis among people…

Pandemic Taking A Toll on Those With Eating Disorders

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound, negative impact on nine out of 10 people with…

Depressed, Anxious Young Men May Be at Greater Risk for Mid-Life Heart Attack

Depression or anxiety in young adult males, ages 18 or 19, is linked to a 20…

Study Aims to ID Which Young Adults with Depression May Benefit from Exercise

Aerobic exercise has clearly been shown to help young adults with major depression, and a new…

Germ Aversion Tied to More Preventative Behavior During Pandemic

People with germ and disease aversion are much more likely to engage in COVID-19 preventative behaviors,…

New AI Tool Promises Faster, More Accurate Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence algorithm that can accurately diagnose Alzheimer’s by detecting subtle…

Discriminatory Housing Practices Tied to Premature Births

A new study suggests that past discriminatory housing practices may play a role in perpetuating the…

Study: Veterans May Benefit From Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditation

Complementary and integrative health (CIH) therapies, such as yoga, meditation and tai chi may help improve…

For Many Concussion Patients, Sleep Problems Can Persist for Months

PHOTO: https://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/240890.php A new study shows that concussions can cause long-term problems with sleep. In the…

Social Connections Help Protect from Depression

A new study assessing over 100 modifiable factors associated with depression suggests that social connections are…