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Catatonic depression: What to know
Catatonic depression is a subtype of depression characterized by not speaking or responding to things for a prolonged period. Catatonia can be a part of several other mental health conditions, including schizophrenia and mood disorders. Learn more about the symptoms, treatment, and recovery in this article.
Brain's 'support cells' play active role in memory and learning
Glial cells don't just support neurons, the brain's information processors. In pruning synapses, they also play a role in learning and memory, says study.
Are gut bacteria to blame for anxiety, depression in obesity?
A study of mice with diet-induced obesity suggests that increases in anxiety and depression behavior may be due to gut bacteria altering brain chemistry.
Everything you need to know about facial tics
Facial tics are sudden, involuntary muscle movements in the face. They can be mild or severe, making it difficult for a person to carry out everyday activities. Facial tic disorders include transient tic disorder, chronic motor tic disorder, and Tourette's syndrome. Read about treatment, and when to see a doctor.
Religious belief may extend life by 4 years
A new study of over 1,500 obituaries finds that religious affiliation is linked with a 4-year longevity boost. Social conformity may play a role.
Do eye wrinkles make us appear more sincere?
An intriguing new study on facial perception concludes that wrinkles around the eyes make the emotions of an individual appear more sincere.
Why do I wake up depressed?
Diurnal variations are types of depression that cause symptoms to get worse at certain times of the day. Morning depression is a common diurnal variation. In this article, learn about the symptoms and risk factors for morning depression, as well as the treatment options and how to manage the condition at home.
Assessing trauma through art: The signs of inner struggle
Traumatic brain injury can bring post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, or anxiety. Can therapy art help to assess how severe someone's trauma is?
A supple aorta might slow brain aging
Researchers investigate the role of arterial stiffness in memory decline in older adults. A flexible aorta may be key to maintaining cognitive ability.
Why are some people ticklish?
The tickle response is different for everyone. Some people have a very strong response, and others are only ticklish sometimes. Some parts of the body may also be more ticklish than others. Here, we look at causes of the tickle response, why people vary in their sensitivity to tickling, and how to prevent ticklishness.
How to stop anxious lip biting
Many people bite their lip when they are anxious or uncomfortable, which can result in redness and sores on the lips. In extreme cases this is called body-focused repetitive behavior (BFRB). This habit can have a negative impact on a person's daily life. Treatments include behavioral therapy. Learn more here.
What happens in the brain during a spiritual experience?
How might spiritual practice affect the brain? A new study suggests that heightened spiritual experiences may help to counteract the effect of stressors.
What is separation anxiety disorder in adults?
Separation anxiety is part of development for young children, but it may also occur in adults. Unfounded fear concerning one's self or family, difficulty sleeping, and depression are some of the symptoms. Treatment involves learning management strategies and therapy. Find out about separation anxiety in adults here.
Sex robots may do more harm than good
According to their makers, sex robots can bring many health-related benefits to users. But how realistic are these claims? A new study investigates.
What is a pseudoseizure?
The symptoms of a pseudoseizure are nearly identical to those of an epileptic seizure. However, while misfiring neurons in the brain cause epilepsy, pseudoseizures occur as a result of underlying mental health conditions, such as stress. Here, learn more about pseudoseizures, including how to diagnose and treat them.
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