Depression in the News Your source for depression-related news from around the web.

Not sure what to submit? Read our news guidelines first.

News_article

Does Consuming Lots Of Soda And Pasta Really Raise Depression Risk?

From huffingtonpost.com

Eating a diet high in foods that spur inflammation in the body — such as refined grains and soft drinks — may raise the risk for depression in women, according to a new study.

Views 1169 Comments 1 Likes 0
about 5 years
News_article

Does Consuming Lots Of Soda And Pasta Really Raise Depression Risk?

From huffingtonpost.com

Eating a diet high in foods that spur inflammation in the body — such as refined grains and soft drinks — may raise the risk for depression in women, according to a new study.

Views 1324 Comments 1 Likes 0
about 5 years
News_article

The Science Of Posture: Why Sitting Up Straight Makes You Happier And More Productive

From fastcompany.com

I'll confess up front: I have terrible posture. It's been bad since I was in high school at least, and probably for even longer than that. It's one of those things I keep in the back of my mind as something I know I should do, but never get around…

Views 929 Comments 2 Likes 0
about 5 years
News_article

How Happiness Boosts the Immune System

From scientificamerican.com

Researchers have struggled to identify how certain states of mind influence physical health. One biologist thinks he has an answer The field of PNI has grown hugely since then, with medical schools worldwide boasting their own departments of mind-body medicine, of which PNI is just one component.

Views 811 Comments 2 Likes 1
about 5 years
News_article

Discipline: How I've Learned to "Get Things Done"

From the-positivity-project.com

"Rather than agonizing over whether you are 'good enough,' make it your purpose in life to develop your own special gifts in a way that enlivens both yourself and others." - Jack Poggi, The monologue workshop They say to write about things that you know something about, so I thought…

Views 878 Comments 4 Likes 1
about 5 years
News_article

8 Scientifically-Backed Ways That You Can Choose To Be Happy

From huffingtonpost.com

One theory in psychology research suggests that we all have a happiness "set-point" that largely determines our overall well-being. We oscillate around this set point, becoming happier when something positive happens or the opposite, afterwards returning to equilibrium. But this set-point, to a certain extent, can be reset.

Views 1306 Comments 4 Likes 0
about 5 years
News_article

How To Make Positivity a Habit: 4 Simple Steps to a Happier Everyday Life

From bufferapp.com

One thing that I noticed immediately when joining Buffer was our emphasis pretty on cultivating positivity. If you take a quick look at our culture deck. Since I joined the team, positive thinking is something I've focused on a lot, and it's been fun to see how spending time with…

Views 1020 Comments 1 Likes 0
about 5 years
News_article

Could you be almost depressed?

From cnn.com

Editor's note: Shelley Carson is an associate of the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. She's the co-author of "Almost Depressed: Is My (or My Loved One's) Unhappiness a Problem?" (CNN) — Consider whether the following questions describe you or someone you love: Are having trouble enjoying things in life…

Views 916 Comments 2 Likes 1
about 5 years
News_article

Brain Fitness and Cognitive Health Authority: Market Research and Advisory Services | SharpBrains

From sharpbrains.com

By: SharpBrains There Is No Left-Brain/Right-Brain Divide (Time): "Sci­en­tists have long known that the pop­u­lar left-brain/right-brain story doesn't hold water. Here's why. First, the sweep­ing char­ac­ter­i­za­tions of what the two halves of the brain miss the mark: one is not log­i­cal and the other intu­itive, one ana­lyt­i­cal and the other…

Views 896 Comments 1 Likes 0
about 5 years

Depression and Parkinson's Disease

From nih.gov

Introduction Depression not only affects your brain and behavior-it affects your entire body. Depression has been linked with other health problems, including Parkinson's disease. Dealing with more than one health problem at a time can be difficult, so proper treatment is important. What is depression? Major depressive disorder, or depression…

Views 884 Comments 1 Likes 0
about 5 years
Hide the Social Toolbar Show the Social Toolbar