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Could omega-3 supplements help reduce anxiety?
The first literature review and meta-analysis to investigate omega-3 supplements and anxiety concludes that they could benefit some people.
How perfectionism affects your (mental) health
Does this personality trait help us flourish and succeed, or can it hinder our happiness and harm our mental health? In this Spotlight, we explore.
What are the health effects of chronic stress?
Stress is a biological response to demanding situations and a regular part of daily life. Stress becomes chronic when the body’s response goes on for a prolonged period. Chronic stress can have a range of health effects. Learn more about these effects and how to manage chronic stress here.
Is sleeping too much bad for your brain?
The largest sleep study ever conducted concludes that both sleeping too little and too much negatively impacts cognitive ability, regardless of age.
Why depression, trauma can make you age faster
New research finds that the DNA of people with major depression is biologically older than that of people who do not have the condition.
Bipolar disorder: A good diet may boost treatment
Can diet impact the effectiveness of treatment for bipolar disorder, particularly in the case of depressive episodes? A new study addresses this question.
Can apathy predict dementia?
Predicting who will develop dementia is difficult. Researchers are testing various biomarkers, but a recent study asks whether apathy might provide a clue.
'Winter blues' study finds key to depression resilience
A new study examines the brains of people with seasonal affective disorder to examine why some people do not develop depression despite being at risk.
Tourette's syndrome: 400 genetic mutations found
New research sheds light on the possible genetic causes of Tourette's syndrome and the brain development disruptions that characterize the condition.
Choice overload: Why decision-making can be so hard
Why is it so hard to choose sometimes? Researchers explain what happens in the brain during this process, and what the ideal number of choices may be.
Exploring the brain networks behind our free will
New research shows that a person's sense of agency and volition are not located in isolated brain regions, but in networks spread throughout the brain.
What's the link between brain fog and rheumatoid arthritis?
Brain fog is a less well-known symptom of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). People with RA may have difficulty concentrating, or they may have memory problems. Learn about the link between RA and brain fog here.
What lies at the dark core of the human psyche?
At the bottom of all negative personality traits, there is the same driving factor, some researchers argue. A new study explains what this 'dark core' is.
Exercise could benefit early-onset Alzheimer's
New research supports the idea that physical activity delays cognitive decline and other changes in the rare early-onset form of Alzheimer's disease.
Letter from the Editor: Embracing change
As fall settles in, Managing Editor Honor Whiteman discusses the importance of change and reflects on the improvements MNT have made this year.
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