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Mental health

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Blackcurrants boost brain health

Two varieties of blackcurrant have been found to reduce oxidative stress in the brain and boost cognitive performance and alertness in healthy individuals


29 June, 2015
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Fermented foods calm social anxiety

Fermented foods can favorably change the environment in the gut, lowering feelings of self-consciousness, shyness and loneliness, according to US researchers


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Balanced diet essential for mental health

New research argues that that the future of psychiatry should embrace nutrition as essential to maintaining better mental health and quality of life


16 June, 2015
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Long-term depression doubles stroke risk

Treating symptoms of depression can help lower your risk of stroke, especially for women


28 May, 2015
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Ginkgo herb brings improvements in ADHD

New evidence suggests that the herb Ginkgo biloba could be be an effective complementary therapy for children attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


12 May, 2015
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Mindfulness training as effective as pills for preventing depression

Mindfulness-based cognitive training (MBCT) – which aims to change the way people think and feel about their experiences – can help prevent relapse of major depression


21 April, 2015
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Daily pycnogenol improves memory, focus and mood

New research shows that a natural plant extract from French maritime pine tree could help boost memory and mental performance.


2 March, 2015
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Brain inflammation link to major depression revealed

New evidence of the link between inflammation in the brain and depression suggests treating the inflammation could help treat the depression.


16 February, 2015
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Why sadness is so hard to get over

Long-lasting emotions like sadness tend to be caused by events that have strong implications for a person’s life – making it much harder to ‘get over it’, psychologists say


16 November, 2014
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Fatty fish diet can make antidepressants more effective

A new study has shown that increasing fatty fish intake appears to increase the response rate in patients who do not respond to antidepressants.


5 November, 2014
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