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Helping Kids Work It Out
Depression is not uncommon among kids and teens. Therapy can help, but so does exercise. Here's what seemed to benefit kids most.
How Music Relieved the Stress of COVID Quarantines
COVID lockdowns were hard on everyone everywhere. Listening to music was one way some people coped with the stress and isolation.
The Perks of Grandparenting
Caring for grandchildren helps ease seniors' loneliness and isolation. But there are other ways they can guard against being lonely, too.
A Mindful Way to Reduce Anxiety
Not everyone can take anti-anxiety medications. Mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques may work just as well.
Learning to Bounce Back
The brains of mice who displayed resilience showed they perceived standing up to a threat rewarding; others became avoidant and depressed.
Air Pollution and the Young Brain
Early exposure to air pollution can cause changes to an area of babies' brains associated with ASD, depression and anxiety later in life.
Daytime Eating is Best
Travelers, nurses, shift workers take note: eating late at night, particularly when your body clock has been disrupted, can stir depression.
Loneliness and Isolation Harm the Heart
Loneliness and social isolation are not the same, but they both can put you at risk for heart attacks and strokes. Ways to ease the burden.
“Magic” Mushrooms for Mental Health
Tiny "microdoses" of psilocybin improved the mood and motor control of participants in a large study. Those over 55 were especially helped.
IBD and Depression, A Two-Way Street
It's no surprise that inflammatory bowel disease increases one's risk of depression, but depression raises the risk of IBD, too.
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