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Adult-onset ADHD may not exist, study suggests
A new study suggests that the vast majority of ADHD symptoms that arise in adulthood can be explained by other factors, such as substance abuse.
Depression raises risk of early death
Research conducted over 60 years with three different generations shows that depression is tied to an increased risk of mortality for both men and women.
Birth season may influence postpartum depression risk
Mothers who give birth in winter or spring may be less likely to develop postpartum depression, compared with those who give birth in summer or fall.
Five ways to cope with PTSD
What are some helpful ways of coping with PTSD symptoms? In this article we take a closer look at emerging strategies and effective techniques.
What you need to know about dyskinesia
We look at dyskinesia, including the main symptoms and treatment options. Learn more about this condition that results in involuntary movements here.
What is akathisia and why does it occur?
Learn about akathisia, a symptom that is sometimes caused by taking certain medications. This article looks at the causes, signs, and treatment options.
What is stimming?
Stimming is a common symptom of autism. Learn more about it here, including the different types of behavior that can occur, and what can be done to help.
Could micronutrient supplements combat ADHD?
ADHD is difficult to treat. Over recent years, the impact of nutrition has come to the fore. New research investigates the potential use of micronutrients.
How straight millennials feel about 'bromance'
A series of interviews explores how a sample of young, straight, white, middle-class men experience 'bromances,' and how they fare compared with romances.
Want to be a good friend? Close your eyes and listen
New research suggests that the best way to empathize with someone else's feelings might be to avoid looking at them and focus exclusively on their voice.
Magic mushroom compound may treat severe depression
Psilocybin, a magic mushroom compound, may succeed where other anti-depression treatments have failed; the drug may 'reset' the brain, new research shows.
Traumatic experiences may raise women's heart disease risk
Women who experience at least three traumatic events in a lifetime may have poorer endothelial function, which could raise the likelihood of heart disease.
Women 'spend more time on housework, childcare than men'
A new study finds that, especially on weekends, men tend to engage in more leisure activities as their partners focus on child rearing and chores.
Bullying harms children's mental health, but for how long?
A large cohort study on twins aged 11 to 16 confirms that bullying can have severe mental health outcomes, but these may not be as long-lasting as feared.
Our decision to divorce may be genetic
The largest study of its kind to date shows that a decision to get divorced may be influenced more by genetic factors than social and psychological ones.
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