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Depression and anxiety can lead to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Having depression is known to increase the risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. However, a new study has found that depression and anxiety are linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).According to the study, if people do develop Alzheimer’s disease, those with depression may start experiencing dementia symptoms about two years…

IMF Head: How governments can prevent widening inequality

COVID-19 has caused the worst global recession in peacetime, since the Great Depression, writes IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.Richer nations, far better resourced, with access to vaccines earlier than their poorer counterparts are expected to recover fastest.This could cause a ‘Great Divergence’ between these nations as well as the…

Are severe bloating and irritability signs of ‘premenstrual dysphoric disorder’? Find out

Most people experience bloating, irritability and mood swings right before their periods. There is also a bit of fatigue, and while the experience may be individually different, the symptoms are more or less common for most. But, did you know that approximately 3 to 9 per cent of people actually experience premenstrual changes so severe they cannot…

Shay Mitchell Says Prenatal Depression Makes Her ‘Nervous’ to Have a Second Child

Many expecting parents may know they can experience postpartum depression after giving birth but be less aware they can become depressed while pregnant. That was the case for Shay Mitchell, who experienced serious depression during her first pregnancy. Mitchell, who gave birth to daughter Atlas in October 2019, opened up about her own prenatal…

Updates for National Nutrition Month: Diet and PTSD, ongoing food insufficiency and more

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Individualized brain cell grafts reverse Parkinson’s symptoms in monkeys

Grafting neurons grown from monkeys’ own cells into their brains relieved the debilitating movement and depression symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison reported today.In a study published in the journal Nature Medicine, the UW team describes its success with neurons made from induced pluripotent…

Medical myths: All about multiple sclerosis

To mark the start of Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, this week’s edition of Medical Myths will focus on the myths that surround this commonly misunderstood condition.Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. It is a lifelong condition that causes neurological disabilities and a wide range of symptoms.Globally,…

Gut health and mood genetically entwined

University of Queensland researchers have confirmed a link between depression and stomach ulcers, in the world’s largest study of genetic factors in peptic ulcer disease.Professor Naomi Wray from UQ’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) and Queensland Brain Institute and and Dr Yeda Wu from IMB have provided clues to how the gut and brain work…

Arthritis: Insomnia triggers painful inflammation – nip it in the bud

As many as 80 percent of people with arthritis have trouble sleeping – whether that’s falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night. How can a good night’s sleep reduce painful joints in the morning? Dr Yvonne Lee said: “While pain can certainly contribute to sleep problems, the more we learn about sleep, pain and inflammation, the more we…

Empathetic Phone Call Program Reduces Loneliness, Depression & Anxiety In Older Adults: Study

A lonely man with a face mask looks his mobile phone during a sunny and warm Valentine’s Day on … [+] February 14, 2021 in Granada, Spain. Granada, a province of Andalusia in Spain, continues to fight against the coronavirus with some measures such as a night curfew and bars and restaurants closed at 06:00 pm to reduce the virus infections. (Photo…

UNH gets $3 million to study wilderness therapy for teens

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — The University of New Hampshire is getting nearly $3 million to study the effectiveness of wilderness therapy in treating teens with depression, anxiety and substance use disorders.Officials say the grant money will allow the university’s Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Center to conduct the first randomized clinical trial to…

Billy Connolly health: Comedian poignantly addresses his Parkinson’s disease symptoms

Parkinson’s disease can also cause a range of other physical and mental symptoms.As the NHS explains, Cognitive and psychiatric symptoms include depression, anxiety and dementia.Am I at risk?It’s not known why the loss of nerve cells associated with Parkinson’s disease occurs, although research is ongoing to identify potential causes.According…

Youngsters should not skip regular health check-ups, warn doctors

Regular health check-ups up to the age of 30 can lead to the prevention of chronic diseases and help reduce the number of patients requiring medical treatment or surgery, say, doctors. “It is important for youngsters to go for regular health check-ups as it will be helpful to know about the silent risks they carry,” explained Dr Mukesh Budhwani,…

‘It is a parallel pandemic’: What loneliness does to our mental health

Warning: This article may be triggering for some readers. Please read at your own discretion.Rebecca Adams was living by herself in London, U.K., when the pandemic first hit. “My mental health was impacted almost immediately,” she says. “I would cry … I felt just so alone.” The broadcaster, originally from Australia, had started a new…

Novel tool links concealment of MS with depression, anxiety

February 26, 2021 1 min read Source/Disclosures Source: Kever A, et al. Abstract P031. Presented at: ACTRIMS Forum; Feb. 25-27, 2021 (virtual meeting). Disclosures: The researchers report no relevant disclosures. ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your email address to receive…

Depression, anxiety linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Washington, February 26Having depression is known to increase the risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. However, a new study has found that depression and anxiety are linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).According to the study, if people do develop Alzheimer’s disease, those with depression may start experiencing dementia symptoms…

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