Mental Health News and Research

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SSRI addiction is a myth

SSRI addiction is a myth

Children with chronic fatigue syndrome who exercise recover faster than children who are encouraged to give way to their symptoms

Children with chronic fatigue syndrome who exercise recover faster than children who are encouraged to give way to their symptoms

Rates of suicide in England and Wales have plummeted in middle-aged and elderly men

Rates of suicide in England and Wales have plummeted in middle-aged and elderly men

Mollycoddled boys are more likely to grow into men who will be more successful at work and in their relationships

Mollycoddled boys are more likely to grow into men who will be more successful at work and in their relationships

Terrorists are sane, doctors claim

Terrorists are sane, doctors claim

Having a good time can strengthen different centres in the brain and help it grow healthy brain cells

Having a good time can strengthen different centres in the brain and help it grow healthy brain cells

Exposure-based treatment offers the best form of therapy for dealing with trauma caused by a tragic death

Exposure-based treatment offers the best form of therapy for dealing with trauma caused by a tragic death

Not enough being done for girls who sexually abuse say researchers

Not enough being done for girls who sexually abuse say researchers

Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain

Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain

Diagnosing depression in people with intellectual disabilities

Diagnosing depression in people with intellectual disabilities

Antidepressants should not be avoided in treatment of pregnant women with severe depression

Antidepressants should not be avoided in treatment of pregnant women with severe depression

Pfizer focuses on enabling America's 43 million uninsured to obtain medicines at significant savings

Pfizer focuses on enabling America's 43 million uninsured to obtain medicines at significant savings

New Zealand research to help reduce depression amongst stroke victims

New Zealand research to help reduce depression amongst stroke victims

Texas Medication Algorithm Project guidelines produce improvements in patients with major depressive disorder

Texas Medication Algorithm Project guidelines produce improvements in patients with major depressive disorder

British people should get out in the sun and not cover up for health reasons

British people should get out in the sun and not cover up for health reasons

The number of pediatricians in the United States rose by 140 percent between 1978 and 2000

The number of pediatricians in the United States rose by 140 percent between 1978 and 2000

World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control closed this week, with nearly 90% of countries having signed up

World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control closed this week, with nearly 90% of countries having signed up

New Welsh research centre to improve understanding of the psychosocial factors that influence illness, disease, recovery

New Welsh research centre to improve understanding of the psychosocial factors that influence illness, disease, recovery

People who suffer from severe depression have more nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls emotion

People who suffer from severe depression have more nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls emotion

Brain recordings may shed light on disorders of self-perception such as schizophrenia, stroke and phantom limb syndrome

Brain recordings may shed light on disorders of self-perception such as schizophrenia, stroke and phantom limb syndrome

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