Biochemical studies have confirmed that seasons can impact a person’s temperament, but new research from Hungary suggests that birth month may also be a predictor of certain mood disorders later in...
Up to 42 percent of people who take antidepressants find the medication ineffective, but a new study suggests that a simple diet change may trigger a response, Medical News Today reported.
Exercising three times a week reduces the odds of developing depression by around 16 percent, scientists said on Wednesday -- and for every extra weekly activity session, the risk drops further.
Having sleep problems in addition to osteoarthritis may lead to greater disability over time, according to a new study.
MaryAnn Emerick was only a teenager when her mother began exhibiting symptoms of Huntington’s disease (HD), a debilitating neurological condition that impacts nearly 30,000 Americans.
Middle-aged women who are introverted and easily distressed may be more likely to develop dementia later in life, suggests a nearly 40-year-long study.
Interesting news in the mental health world: Researchers at Northwestern University have developed an early version of a blood test designed to diagnose depression.
Domestic abuse is not confined to the quiet and insecure. I know, because it happened to me
A new analysis of previous studies ties too much sitting at the computer or lying around watching TV to a greater risk of depression.