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Laughing Gas to Lift Depression
Nitrous oxide, the anesthetic you may have been given at the dentist, shows promise as a way of relieving treatment-resistant depression.
Late Nights and Depression
Night owls' body rhythms make them vulnerable to depression. Getting to sleep just a little earlier appears to reduce that risk by a lot.
Is It Better to Give or Take?
Doing things for others -- and having others do things for you -- can help you live a longer and happier life. But which matters more?
Pets Are Good Therapy
You don't have to own a pet to enjoy the stress-reducing benefits of human-animal interaction. Therapy animals can calm and clear the mind.
A New View of Teens' Screen Time
Is teens' reliance on cell phones and social media any worse for them than the television and video game habits of the past?
Omega-3s Boost Longevity
Stress brings cellular aging that shows up in the tips of chromosomes. Omega-3 fatty acids, even in supplements, can prevent this damage.
Eating Disorders Rise During Lockdown
Some young adults, struggling with stress and depression brought on by the COVID lockdown, have developed eating disorders.
College Students' Mental Health Takes a Dive
Lockdowns have made campus life especially stressful and isolating. As a result, anxiety and depression are skyrocketing among students.
Interns face Interrupted sleep and constantly shifting work schedules. This makes them prime examples of what a lack of sleep can do to you.
Lockdown's Not so Bad After All?
People are adjusting to the economic and social restrictions needed to help contain the pandemic better than you might expect, but not all.
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