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'Pea-Sized Brain Hub Could Shed Light on Depression'
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Ray
- 32 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Scientists say a part of the brain, smaller than a pea, triggers the instinctive feeling that something bad is about to happen.
Depression Treatment Technique Uses New Helmet Therapy
Science & Tech  (tags: Danish researchers, electro-magnetic impulses, depression, health, treatment, helmet therapy )

Ray
- 116 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A helmet that delivers electro-magnetic impulses to the brain has shown promise in treating people with depression, Danish researchers have said.
Would We Have Drugged Up Einstein? How Anti-Authoritarianism Is Deemed a Mental Health Problem
Science & Tech  (tags: anti-authoritarianism, albert einstein, adhd diagnosis, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, odd, opposition defiant disorder, mental health, anxiety, attention deficits, depression, drugs, psychologists, label, illegitimate authorities )

Julia
- 909 days ago - alternet.org
Albert Einstein, as a youth, would have likely received an ADHD diagnosis, and maybe an ODD one as well. Albert didn't pay attention to his teachers, failed his college entrance examinations twice, and had difficulty holding jobs.
Good Dog, Smart Dog
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, investigation, animals, dogs, canine, intelligence, health, humans, illness, seizure. alert, epilepsy, anxiety, depression, phobias, interesting, research, prevention, protection )

Tom
- 1762 days ago - nytimes.com
The ability of dogs to tune in to needs of psychiatric patients, turn on lights for trauma victims afraid of the dark, remind owners to take medication and interrupt suicide attempts and self-mutilation, has lately attracted the attention of researchers.
Does the Earth's Magnetic Field Cause Suicides?
Science & Tech  (tags: magnetic field, Earth, depression, suicide, human, research )

Eduardo
- 2316 days ago - newscientist.com
A growing number of studies have found a link between peaks in geomagnetism and either suicide rates or depression. "Geomagnetic storms can desynchronise circadian rhythms and melatonin production," says Kelly Posner, a psychiatrist at Columbia University
Cell Phone Radiation Linked to Insomnia, Confusion, Headaches, Depression
Science & Tech  (tags: research, consumers, abuse, technology, interesting, brain, depression, illness, news, safety, risks, study, technology, warning, study )


- 2413 days ago - foxnews.com
You may be suffering from cell phone over-exposure. According to a report in the British newspaper The Independent, sweeping new research has linked the radiation emitted by mobile phones to such symptoms as confusion, sleeping problems and chronic hea
Newly-Identified Exercise Gene Could Help With Depression
Science & Tech  (tags: depression, mice, research, gene, exercise gene, brain, anti-depression )

Eduardo
- 2462 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Depression affects 16 percent of the population in the United States. Boosting an exercise-related gene in the brain works as a powerful anti-depressant in mice--a finding that could lead to a new anti-depressant drug target.
Urine Testing Confirms Autism Is Mercury Poisoning!
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Susan
- 2525 days ago - mercury-freedrugs.org
This study was just released by; mercury-freedrugs.org . As a person "on the spectrum" I was particularly interested in it. If adults or children diagnosed have not used chelation they can now take a test to confirm the presence of mercury in their system
Risperdal Manufacturer Admits Misleading Claims
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, babies, children, death, depression, drugs, ethics, risks )

Mary
- 2533 days ago - namiscc.org
Risperdal Manufacturer Admits Misleading Claims
   

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