Victoria Azarenka happy despite Aussie Open defeat
Victoria Azarenka happy despite Aussie Open defeat

Two-time champion Victoria Azarenka might be out of the Australian Open but she is not upset, happy that her comeback from injury and depression has gone so well.

Brits Google 'depression' 27 times a minute

 A new research has recently revealed that Brits Google "depression" 27 times a minute, which means that someone Googles "depression" every two seconds.

Depression risk if mood disorders during pregnancy

A study has found that women who experienced mood disorders during pregnancy may be at risk for more severe postpartum depression (PPD) than those whose symptoms begin after birth.

Depression, behavioural changes maybe precursors to Alzheimer's

A new research has said that depression and behavioral changes may precede the memory declines in people who later develop Alzheimer's disease.

Woman's body image strongly linked to her perception of what men prefer

A new research has revealed that it's all about the bass, demonstrating that women who are told that men desire larger-body women are happier with their weight.

I was like a zombie: Olly Murs on his struggle with depression
I was like a zombie: Olly Murs on his struggle with depression

Singer Olly Murs says there was a time he was like a "zombie" after being struck with depression.

Depression does lead to memory deficit

A new study has recently provided a deeper insight into the effects of depressive thoughts on the memory.

Could depression be a physical illness?

Depression may not be a mental or emotional condition but actually a result of inflammation caused by the body's immune system, scientists say.

Wealth, power linked to many mental disorders

Researchers have found that inflated or deflated feelings of self-worth are linked to such afflictions as bipolar disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, anxiety and depression.

Probiotic supplements may ease anxiety and depression

Supplements to boost probiotics -- the helpful micro-organisms that reside in our bodies -- can alter the way people process emotional information and ease anxiety and depression, new research suggests.

Prenatal exposure to antidepressants causes adult anxiety in offsprings

 Scientists have found that early exposure to antidepressants may not be good for the offsprings as adults.

Two pieces of fruit a day help fight depression: Study

Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression, especially in middle-aged women, according to a study published Thursday by Australian scientists.

Feeling burnt out leads to depression

If you feel burnt out often, check for depression signs as researchers have found a definite link between the two.

Chocolates keep you healthy, happy

It's a well known fact that too much consumption of sugar is bad for health. But a little bit of sugar in moderation isn't as terrible as one thought, say researchers.

Laughing gas may help treat depression

Laughing gas or nitrous oxide could be used as a treatment for severe depression in patients whose symptoms don't respond to normal therapies.

Frontal brain deficits linked to suicidal tendencies in youth

 A new study suggests that deficits in frontal brain systems may be associated with the risk of suicide attempts in youths with mood disorders.

Clear sense of self worth keeps mental disorders at bay

 Researchers from the University of California - Berkeley in the US have linked inflated or deflated feelings of self-worth to afflictions such as bipolar disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, anxiety and depression.

Gaga wants to be sober 'at some point'
Gaga wants to be sober 'at some point'

 Singer Lady Gaga says she wants to get sober "at some point" in the future.

Lack of Vitamin D can lead to depression

 A new study has found that lack of Vitamin D is not only harmful for physical health, but it may also impact mental health, leading to depression.

6 absolute reasons why you should soak up the sun

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“O, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on Earth.”

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