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Survey Author: Percentage Of Grocery Workers Showing Anxiety, Depression Is Worrisome

University of Arizona Brian Mayer is the lead author of a University of Arizona report that found high levels of anxiety, depression and stress among grocery store workers. Arizona grocery store workers are struggling with their mental health during the pandemic. A new survey found a fifth of the roughly 4,000 grocery workers surveyed were […]

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Research Finds Link Between Hair Loss Drug and Depression

Share on PinterestPeople seeking anti-baldness treatments should consult their doctors before taking any new medication they might be considering. Maskot/Getty Images Recent reports suggest a link between use of the anti-baldness medication finasteride (Propecia) and the incidence of depression, including suicidal ideation and other negative health effects among users. Due to an investigation by Reuters, […]

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Boys who play video games have lower depression risk

Boys who regularly play video games at age 11 are less likely to develop depressive symptoms three years later, finds a new study led by a UCL researcher. The study, published in Psychological Medicine, also found that girls who spend more time on social media appear to develop more depressive symptoms. Taken together, the findings […]

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6 ways to manage coronavirus depression

Depression is increasing in the United States, in no small part due to COVID-19. According to recent reports, depressive symptoms are at least three times higher than they were before the pandemic hit, suggesting that the emotional cost of living through this time is enormous. For those who are vulnerable to depression already, this time […]

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Irregular Sleep Connected to Bad Moods and Depression, Study Shows

An irregular sleep schedule can increase a person’s risk of depression over the long term as much as getting fewer hours of sleep overall, or staying up late most nights, a new study suggests. Even when it comes to just their mood the next day, people whose waking time varies from day to day may […]

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Mice can inherit paternal depression via sperm microRNA | 2021-02-17

A study by researchers at Nanjing University (NJU) has demonstrated that in mice, depression-like phenotypes induced by paternal stress can be inherited by the offspring through a causal role of microRNAs (miRNAs) in the father's sperm. An understanding of the epigenetic inheritance mechanism of depression may lead to the development of more effective antidepressant treatments, […]

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Survey Author: Percentage Of Grocery Workers Showing Anxiety, Depression Is Worrisome

University of Arizona Brian Mayer is the lead author of a University of Arizona report that found high levels of anxiety, depression and stress among grocery store workers. Arizona grocery store workers are struggling with their mental health during the pandemic. A new survey found a fifth of the roughly 4,000 grocery workers surveyed were […]

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Pandemic Sees Increase in Childhood Depressionv - Spectrum News

Pandemic Sees Increase in Childhood Depressionv  Spectrum News

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Failing grades. Rising depression. Bay Area children are suffering from shuttered schools

Viola Buitoni tried to help her son as he grew increasingly detached, the high school junior’s anger flaring, tears flowing as she begged him to do his schoolwork. Before the pandemic, her son was thriving at San Francisco’s Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, where he was in the vocal music program and the robotics […]

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How To Help A Friend With Depression, VOX ATL Teen Shares Her Experience

By Ella Dameron Around a year ago, my best friend texted me, “I was just diagnosed with depression.” Unfortunately, I thought she was joking and simply texted back with “lol.” This is a wonderful example of what not to do. A situation like that is nothing but shocking, and if you have no idea how to respond, […]

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