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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Exposure to Nature Reduces Anxiety and Depression, Improves Overall Mental Health

A new study shows that nature is good for mental health, and that visiting parks and other nature areas could reduce anxiety and depression. A research study performed by University of Queensland and ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions … Continue reading

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Self Stigma a Big Obstacle to Treatment for Mental Illness, Even With Online Options

Researchers at Iowa State University have found that self stigma is an obstacle to help for mental illness , even when the help was offered online in an anonymous setting. The study shows that people who have a greater sense … Continue reading

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Could Enhanced Primary Care Improve the Outcome for Certain Mental Disorders?

A recent study on veterans has applications that could easily transfer to civilians with mental disorders like depression and PTSD as well. The study showed that enhanced primary care which included telephone therapy options, care managers with specialized training, and … Continue reading

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Study Links Air Pollution to Psychiatric Medications and Decreased Mental Health in Children

A recent Umeå University research study has concluded that there is a link between concentrations of air pollution and both decreased mental health and psychiatric medications in children under the age of 18. The researchers looked at air pollution exposure … Continue reading

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Study Shows Possible Link Between Subtype of Autism and Inflammation During Second Trimester of Pregnancy

University of California Davis MIND Institute researchers have determined that there is a link between a subtype of autism which is combined with intellectual disability and a high level of inflammation during the second trimester of pregnancy. In the recent … Continue reading

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