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Your body image is impacted by those around you
Spending time with people who are not preoccupied with their bodies can improve your own eating habits and body image, according to researchers from the University of Waterloo. In a new study, researchers examined how social interactions influence body image. They found that in addition to the previous findings that being around people preoccupied with their body image was detrimental, that spending time with people who were non-body focused had a positive impact.
University of Waterloo - 1/30/2019


Recalling happy memories during adolescence can reduce risk of depression
Depression is now the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting more than 300 million people. The condition often first emerges in adolescence, a critical developmental time period when an individual experiences substantial changes in their brain structure and chemistry. A known risk factor of depression is exposure to early life stress, such as illness, parents’ separation or death, or adverse family circumstances.
University of Cambridge - 1/14/2019


Military spouses face higher perinatal depression risk: New review shows that having a partner on deployment increases chance of psychological issues
Women whose partners are away on military deployment are at greater risk of developing mental illness during the perinatal period, according to a review paper published in the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University's Veterans and Families Institute for Military Social Research (VFI) found that pregnant military spouses report more depressive symptoms at all stages of their pregnancy and all stages of their partner's deployment cycle.
Anglia Ruskin University - 1/14/2019


New analytic model to better identify patients likely to develop PTSD
New findings from an international research team led by psychiatrists at NYU School of Medicine show that a newly-developed analytic model can predict soon after a shocking or scary event - and with significant accuracy -- the likelihood of someone developing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Patients in the study -- who had experienced trauma ranging from traffic and workplace accidents to assaults and terrorist attacks -- were initially evaluated using the ...
NYU Langone Health / NYU School of Medicine - 1/11/2019


Connection of children to nature brings less distress, hyperactivity and behavioral problems: Now measurable with a novel scale developed by HKU scientists
City lifestyle has been criticised for being an important reason for children being disconnected from nature. This has led to an unhealthy lifestyle in regards to active play and eating habits. Even worse, many young children do not feel well psychologically - they are often stressed and depressed. 16 per cent of pre-schoolers in Hong Kong and up to 22% in China show signs of mental health problems (Kwok SY, Gu M, Cheung AP, 2017; Zhu J, et al. 2017). Recent research shows that ...
The University of Hong Kong - 1/11/2019


Excessive social media use is comparable to drug addiction
Bad decision-making is a trait oftentimes associated with drug addicts and pathological gamblers, but what about people who excessively use social media? New research from Michigan State University shows a connection between social media use and impaired risky decision-making, which is commonly deficient in substance addiction. "Around one-third of humans on the planet are using social media, and some of these people are displaying maladaptive, excessive use of these sites," ...
Michigan State University - 1/10/2019


Child abuse linked to risk of suicide in later life
Children who experience physical, sexual, and emotional abuse or neglect are at least two to three times more likely to attempt suicide in later life, according to the largest research review carried out of the topic. The analysis of 68 studies by psychologists at the University of Manchester and University of South Wales revealed that suicide attempts were: Three times more likely for people who experienced sexual abuse as a child; Two and a half times more likely for people who ...
University of Manchester - 1/9/2019


Americans are happier in states that spend more on libraries, parks and highways: Such 'public goods' also are less likely to spark political conflict, Baylor researcher says
Americans are happier in states where governments spend more on public goods, among them libraries, parks, highways, natural resources and police protection, a Baylor University study has found. "Public goods are things you can't exclude people from using -- and one person using them doesn't stop another from doing so," said researcher Patrick Flavin, Ph.D., associate professor of political science in Baylor's College of Arts & Sciences. "They're typically not profitable to produce in ...
Baylor University - 1/7/2019


To head off late-life depression, check your hearing: The greater the hearing loss, the greater the risk of having symptoms of depression, finds study of elderly Hispanics
A new study found that elderly individuals with age-related hearing loss had more symptoms of depression; the greater the hearing loss, the greater the risk of having depressive symptoms. The findings suggest that treatment of age-related hearing loss, which is underrecognized and undertreated among all elderly, could be one way to head off late-life depression.
Columbia University Irving Medical Center - 1/2/2019



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